Flow Control’s first release on Elm Records comes in the form of this beautiful album ‘Endless March’ inspired by the 2020 wildfires in the USA. Available now to pre-via Bandcamp as a limited edition cassette or as a digital download.
Arizona based artist Flow Control first came to our attention in 2020 with his debut effort ‘Ephemeral’ on Italian imprint Krysali Sound. ‘Endless March’ sees Flow Control further exploring the possibilities of modular synthesis with this beautiful contemplative release that sees the artist moving in a darker direction. Endless March is an ambient exploration into alienation and anxiety, which began near the onset of the pandemic but gained significant meaning whilst the Bighorn Wildfire engulf Jesse’s home wilderness in Tucson, AZ at the time of the riots. The album consists of three long-form pieces using field recordings, tape loops, eurorack modular synths, and piano
A massive thank you to everybody that has supported our releases this year. You can now pre-order the cassette and find all our other release via the Elm Records Bandcamp page.