Remnants is a surgical and explorative research of field recording and
musique concrète, where recorded sounds are dissected, dismantled and essentialized through digital sound processing. The skeletons left from this process are used as building blocks for the record. They assume new mutated forms, later assembled into stratifications of enhanced subsonic material, granular particles and low growls. Sounds are morphed into a new natural language, familiar yet distant, that guides the listener through continuously evolving landscapes and pounding dilated rhythms to discover what can be built with the remnants of sound itself.