"These five tracks utilize a number of sources, suggesting any number of forgotten moments and lost daydreams. Gram mo phone explores the topology of the vinyl record, employing, among other devices, mechanical/analog skipping and its digital counterpart. In a lighter vein, Ears & Whiskers creates a playful space in which the impositions of time, narrative, counting, and learning to use the bathroom contrast the glorious haphazard clumsiness of infancy. Ati Noko, centered around a Santomieri penned poem, weaves a spell where a vocoder alternatively reshapes the sound of trains with voices and synthesizers. The fourth track, Rite of Springs, investigates the internal workings of the clock of history. Sound sources separated by thousands of miles and many years work together in Peach Skin Crayon to remind us of the wonders of radio, spirituality and pizza."