Fresh from his collaborative debut release with minimal-music ensemble BANANA earlier this year, Josiah Steinbrick, the Los Angeles-based multi-instrumentalist, producer, and composer returns with his first collection of solo works titled Meeting Of Waters.
Pulling inspiration from experimental musicians like David Toop, Toshi Tsuchitori, Walter Maioli, and Luis Pérez Ixoneztli (whom Steinbrick recently collaborated with) his debut LP is an immersive and truly special body of work.
Each piece on the album features one to five elements that work in harmony together – with synthesizers, marimbaphones, tuned wood, idiophones, bells, and gongs providing resonant tones that slowly accrete in detail.
Before it drops on October 27th, take a listen to three gorgeous tracks from the album…
Pre-order the “Meetings Of Waters” album here.