A.M. Architect has announced a special vinyl pressing of their latest album, Color Field, which dropped via 79Ancestors back in November of last year.

The album was originally released as an audiovisual album that told a psychedelic tale about a character’s journey towards a cult-like pseudo-scientific research institute. The otherworldly music was presented with an equally trippy film accompaniment and housed in a unique box—called the Spectrasphere—which was milled from a block of walnut (produced by 79Ancestors) and plays the album along with colorful waves of light which can be modulated with visual effects by controlling a series of knobs on the box.

Now, the album returns as a limited vinyl pressing on 180-gram white-opaque vinyl, a digital download of the album and an album’s worth of alternate ambient mixes, and two postcard prints—all of which you can check out below. The 10 alternate mixes take the source material down deeper avenues, allowing for further exploration of the sonic universe presented on the original outing.

You can find more information on the release via the A.M Architect website, with one of the alternate versions streaming in full via the player below.