Micro-sounds and dazed organics out of the Gulf Islands from You’re Me, the collaborative project of Vancouver producers Yu Su and Scott Johnson Gailey that focuses on muted hallucinogens, dub-dappled ambience and abstracted electronica.
Recorded in a room on Salt Spring Island in view of Mt. Tuam and the Salish Sea with a spread of new gear, “Plant Cell Division” is a collaboration inside a framework of instruments and an experiment with ambiguities in rhythm.
Looking into classic modes of ambient/textural improv where zones build up from one initial element, You’re Me improvise in familiar tropes of shift, collage, layering, pseudoscience, and replicating organics.
released April 29, 2016
Mastered by Josh Stevenson at Otic Studios
Cover photo by Evan Mason
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