Australian composer, multi-instrumentalist and vocal performer Oren Ambarchi has revealed that his upcoming album, Quixotism, will be a 47-minute long continuous stream of sounds recorded at various locations across the globe.

The release will also feature contributions and collaborations from noted guests including experimental techno producer Thomas Brinkmann, drummer/percussionist Matt Chamberlain, Ilan Volkov & the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra and ambient guru Jim O'Rourke. With such diverse musical backgrounds coming together on what will essentially be one really long track, the idea and creation gone into Quixotism is pretty great.

Quixotism is set for release on September 29th via Editions Mego and will coincide with a performance at London’s Corsica Studios on the September 21st.