NOTE: This is a strictly limited pressing of 300 which includes the bonus material as well (Hammock’s sublime remix of Borrowing The Past, etc.).

What a mesmerizingly beautiful listen. This album is an absolute hidden gem from 2013 that’s finally found it’s way to the vinyl format.

“Rhian Sheehan is an award winning New Zealand based composer & producer of cinematic music who is known for his unique melding of experimental electronica with orchestral music and environmental sound recordings.” In other words, he creates some deeply invigorating and beautifully rich music. This stuff is potent.

Most of his work is for film and television yet he has still managed time to record works outside of these realms. With such delicate ambient beauty, this album is not to be missed.

This 2xLP is particularly expensive given the international shipping from NZ to the world. Unfortunately, anybody outside of NZ is going to have to pay a shipping fee for this one. Sad truth. BUT, if there was a record worth forking out the extra cash, this is definitely it.

Give it a listen down below!!


The Details

Double 12" Gatefold Vinyl (Pre-order)

Strictly limited double gatefold 150 gram HQ deluxe vinyl print run. Includes 4 bonus tracks and remixes - including Hammock's sublime remix of Borrowing The Past, and an exclusive bonus track Still. Includes digital download of original album with the bonus track.


Side A1

The Upper Sky
La Boîte à Musique
Little Sines

Side A2

Nocturne 1985
Creation Myths
Thimble Full of Sorrow

Side B1

Thoughts on Nature
Lullaby Machine
Still (Bonus track)

Side B2 (Bonus material)

Borrowing The Past (Hammock Remix)
Places Between (Need a Name Remix)
La Boîte à Musique (Eclise Remix)

Includes immediate download of 13-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app. less
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