Dream Chambers, is the moniker for Jess Chambers' transition from singer-songwriter "into more experimental territory." Today she released her new album; check out the ethereal universe of The Longest Night here:
Speaking about her influences for the album, Chambers nodded to "the vocal works of film composer Hildur Gudnadottir and modular synthesists such as Caterina Barbieri and Hiro Kone for their expression of complex, sometimes dissonant or paradoxical, emotional states." To that end, she created a playlist of her inspirations for her label Sonorous Circle, to whom she signed in October. Take a listen:
The Longest Night is out now via Sonorous Circle. For those in Wellington, Dream Chambers is performing at The Pyramid Club on November 4th, with support from Class War On The Dancefloor and Strange Stains. Tickets are available here.