Anemoia by Pie Are Squared

Photography by Margherita Gambi. Artwork by Mohammed Ashraf.
Anemoia (Mailbox, 2021)
Stills from teaser trailer I by Maiya Hershey
Stills from teaser trailer II by Stefania Buzatu

A year in the life of Mailbox

  • anthéne and James McDermid – Transit + Transition
    A double bill of short stories concerning the type of life-altering changes we feel in our heart and gut; the changes forever attached to memory
  • El Conejo – A Lullaby for Elisa
    A powerful wordless lullaby which holds over us a tender power
  • Ishmael Cormack – Feral
    A captivatingly intimate and melodic release soundtracking the wonder of nature
  • Various Artists – Music for Another Sky
    A 32 track compilation to raise money for Refuge Charity featuring an array of prominent and upcoming ambient and experimental artists
  • Heavy Cloud – Memory Drift
    Evoking a nostalgia for the recent past, text to speech sound collage, field recordings and drones echo the drifting nature of memory recall
    (Full disclosure: this is the author’s own release)

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