Check Out a Haunting Audiovisual Project From A.M. Architect
The 'Color Field' album arrives with a film and is housed in an effects box milled from a block of walnut.
The sprawling project arrives as an audiovisual album that tells a psychedelic and unnerving tale about one character’s journey towards a cult-like pseudo-scientific research institute. The music presented, like the film it accompanies, is an emotive and otherworldly collection of sonic compositions built from rhodes, pedal steel, piano, guitar, and various electronic elements.
The album will also be housed in a unique box—called the Spectrasphere—which is 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.
You can check out more from the project via the official website, with the album’s title cut streaming in full below and the film teaser the player above.