Premiere: Watch the Atmospheric Video for New Economy’s “Felt by Way of (An Emotionally Charged Aldous Huxley)”

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New Economy is the project of Indianapolis actuary-by-day Gena Watson. Her latest output, Birth of Ergonomics, is slated to drop on February 2nd via Warm Ratio (Hoops, Sleeping Bag, Vadaat Charigam, Kevin Krauter). “Felt by Way of (An Emotionally Charged Aldous Huxley)” acts as the first taste from the collection of meditative gems and comes in tow with an hypnotic visual directed by Jakob Bergman to compliment. The track is an emotionally cathartic experience slowly building layered instrumentation into pulsating light of sound over its 12 plus minutes in duration. No matter what we were doing at a given moment, the song seemed to pull out an added depth that wouldn’t have otherwise existed when it was playing in the backdrop and was magical when playing with snow falling outside our window. The video can be found below and pre-order for the cassette is available here.

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  • Bonnie Lass

    January 13, 2018 [ 12:32 am ]

    Interesting! Sounds like it belongs on a movie soundtrack. The Harold Budd and Robin Guthrie influences are evident. Wonder why she decided to release this on cassette?

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