Emily A. Sprague – ‘Water Memory’

Emily A. Sprague is a recent addition to the Los Angeles ambient community, originally hailing from New York’s Catskill Mountains. Best known as part of the band Florist, a hesitantly hopeful folk project along the lines of Tara Jane O’Neil, Sprague has also been preparing a modular synth project under her given name.  Water Memory‘s five tracks ebb and flow over 40 minutes, patient but never stagnant.  In her own words, Sprague describes the release as:

“an imagination of the feelings that are floating through the natural world around us. It morphed and cycled and gained memories of my own which are now contained like those in all bodies.”

Stream Water Memory below:

photo credit: Hannah Read

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