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Relation To The Infinite

by Cellophane Garden

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Starfire 03:24
Mid-tide 05:10
Violet Blue 04:41
Stabilized 03:52
Long-tide 07:35


If nature brings us closer to the Higher Powers (or vice-versa), as Cellophane Garden, Kevin Blagg nearly solves this spiritual equation for true connection. As a now permanent resident of the high-aura responsive Ozark Mountains of Arkansas, Blagg’s skill for elegantly creating ambient excursions from the apex orders is unprecedented. Needless to say, it’s astonishingly beautiful and an utmost required listen. We have been fans for ages (some of them known).

On his newest invention, a double album entitled "Relation To The Infinite”, Blagg continues his aural exploration of expansive yet precise sonic craftsmanship. This album solidifies Cellophane Garden as a consistent representative of the modern age cosmic cannon. The puzzle pieces are all in place with grand movements of Kosmiche pleasantries, ethereal-enlightened astral-projection-age suites, and minimalist composition aesthetics all aligned as one. As heavenly possible as this may be, Blagg maintains solid ground by focusing on ephemeral shapes and temporal resonance through guitar precision, low frequency soft synths and ephemeral ambient beds for a quiet evening of aural transportation.

Drawing Room is most pleased to finally announce the newest release from Kevin Blagg and Cellophane Garden. Destiny has kept this a slow-burning secret for way too long, and it’s now time for this to belong to the entire universe.


released November 29, 2019


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