If you can't listen to Sun Araw's new one 'Trellis', well, we understand. It's not exactly easy listening. In fact, it's quite the opposite. It's a mess-and-clutter of electronics, sometimes soft and undulating, sometimes frenetic and frantically bleepsome, and it's 21 minutes long – and this seemingly improvisatory piece is the opener to S. Araw's upcoming album, Gazebo Effect.

Credited to 'S. Araw "Trio" XI', the release seems to be hinged on some pseudo-mathematical principals, or so implies a blurb found on the Sun Araw site. Here is an excerpt of that blurb, which also names the aforementioned "trio":

"Cameron Stallones, Alex Gray, and Mitchell Brown (with no prior intentions of doing any such thing) successfully planted a garden of 'non-dimensional' objects, not only spontaneously generating these objects but also mastering their nurture and cultivation."

Well, that's that. Read the rest of that below.

Gazebo Effect is out 23rd June.

  • Gazebo Effect tracklist:
  • A1. Trellis
  • B1. Processional
  • B2. Upper Lawns
  • B3. Avial Flue
  • C1. Thesis
  • D1. Rebuttal
  • D2. Fireplaces