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Experience the cinematic atmospherics of IIVII’s new visual for Meridian Passage

Some music makes you feel alive and some music makes you go with in yourself. The new record by IIVII aka Josh Graham entitled Obsidian does both. I love music like this because it acts as a soundtrack for my brain cells to travel to an alternate state of existence! This transcendental sonic portal comes out on March 8th via Consouling Sounds. We have been given the honor of premiering the epic visual for the song “Meridian Passage” below and press play allow the sounds to take over your thoughts!


Obsidian explores and reworks Josh’s original score for the behind-the-scenes documentary, Mother! The Downward Spiral, which details the making of Darren Aronofsky’s filmMother!.

“Meridian Passages” is a new track off the Obsidian EP by IIVII, aka Josh Graham: visual artist, multi-instrumentalist, electro-acoustic composer. This project focuses on enigmatic cinematic atmospheres, exploring elements of electronica, classical, ambient, drone and vaporwave.

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