«There is no place where vibration does not wander, nor time in which whispers don’t get dissolved. A sonic concatenation still persists, a tireless continuum made from echoes of echoes; from micro to macro, from grain to texture. Invisibly, time weaves the listener as an experience not of lonely sounds or fixed points but universes of transitory silhouettes gathered in unique union and transmutation; its resonance.»
Arovane (Germany) and Hatami (Iran) got in touch back in 2014 and quickly formed the idea of an album made from different sampling/synthesis techniques (granular, modal, additive, wavetable) and all kind of effect processing. They finished it in 2015.
vár spoils you with blurry melodies, intricate synth work, and washed-out drone aesthetics before fading amidst field recordings of ocean waves. it practically demands a replay immediately after the disc has run its time. childish, fickle, but at the same time ephemeral as spring itself miso