In the darkness we speak a sound brightness and life
Label: Edgetone Records
1. A pile of dust we emerge 05:35; 2. From a trunk buried in my closet 04:21; 3. See the path before you 06:39; 4. In the darkness we speak a sound brightness and life 04:36; 5. I'm starting to think it's all in the wrist 05:24; 6. Rabbit Hole 04:04; 7. A construct is a barrier that everyone forgot 08:19; 8. As water we emerge to the path before us 04:27; 9. Open your hand and walk away 09:07; 10. Interstellar deletion 03:30; 11. Time is short to see the path before me (bonus) 01:45
Rent Romus: alto, soprano, c-melody saxophones, flute, overtone flutes; Collette McCaslin: trumpet, soprano saxphone, no-input analogue pedals; Philip Everett: drums, analogue synth, Xlarinet and lapharp; Ray Schaeffer: electric six-string bass, effects;
Saxophonist, composer Rent Romus started the Lords of Outland in 1994 a collective of like-minded musicians exploring improvisation, melody, noise, and sound art. The group develops original music ranging from unhinged free improvisation to thematic composition suites inspired by abstract and socio-political poetry, science fiction, horror, and fantasy. Throughout the the group’s rich history it's core roster has changed numerous times as well as featuring pioneers in the music including Vinny Golia, John Tchicai, Hasan Abdur-Razzaq, LA Jenkins, and Josh Allen.