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Colony

IIVII

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1
Signals from Home
IIVII
11:05
2
Colliding Horizons
IIVII
6:29
3
Transmissions Illumine I
IIVII
7:54
4
Transmissions Illumine II
IIVII
6:37
5
Black Galaxy
IIVII
4:53
6
On the Shores of Markarian 335
IIVII
7:05
7
Shaping Itself from Dust
IIVII
5:50
Total Playing Time    49:53
“Very rarely can an artist do so much with so little in an effort to create an environment around its listener. Yet, with Colony, the debut album from the IIVII project, Joshua Graham has truly created something memorable. It is ambient electronic droning that guides an audience around the far reaches of our known universe, inciting self-reflection and imagination.”
- Nine Circles

IIVII (ivy) is the intergalactic alter-ego of multi-instrumentalist and composer Josh Graham whose spacey soundscapes traverse drone, classical, ambient, electronica and vaporwave, creating a debut album that is moody and beautiful, and embodies the desolate wonder of outer space.
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