Living On The Far Perimeter Of A World That Might Have Been by Spatial Distortion

Living On The Far Perimeter Of A World That Might Have Been

Released on:  December 22nd, 2015
Celestial significance: Winter Solstice
Photography courtesy of: Unsplash

"Living On The Far Perimeter Of A World That Might Have Been" marks the 10th release by Spatial Distortion. Combining elements of glitch, trip hop and ambient "Living..." represents the culmination of 10 years of experimentation with sound. 

Unreleased Tracks (2005-2010) by Spatial Distortion

Unreleased Tracks (2005-2010) is a collection of songs that were cut from the official Spatial Distortion releases over the first 5 years. Tracks 3 (Cold Like The Ocean) and 8 (Soft Blue Strobe) are the earliest demos ever released under the project. Some CDR demos still remain floating around Lincoln. 

Cemetery For Thoughts That Sustained Worlds by Spatial Distortion

The third full-length album by Spatial Distortion, "Cemetery For Thoughts That Sustained Worlds," is now available for streaming and download.