Perpetual And Habitual


Last year’s ‘Slow Waves’ debut album on Project Mooncircle from Rob Orme aka submerse was heavily informed by recollections of specific times in the artists life, and was described by the label as ‘a collection of multi-layered memories, stacked like grainy polaroids in an old box in the closet or under the bed while the colours fade’. It contrasted to the previous EP releases for the Berlin hub which documented Orme’s time in Tokyo; the first being essentially a celebratory reflection of living within the different environs of the city, and the second a more contemplative parting shot to a place the producer seemingly holds dear. Now back living in a ninth floor apartment in the Shibuya district from which Orme says ‘I can see day turn to night and watch the city breathe’, the upcoming ‘Stay Home’ EP returns to these themes over six tracks with some trademark twinking melodies and stuttering hip hop beats occasionally venturing into footwork territory which aim to soundtrack scenes of metropolitan life. In the meantime, if you missed submerse’s inclusion on the free compilation that Nottingham creatives Mimm recently put out for their store relaunch, it still available here.


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