For almost 50 minutes, Phantom Indigo takes the listener on a mind-bending, psychological and psychedelic thrill-ride with genre-defying jagged edges and deliberately disjointed musicality - embodying the album's intangible namesake. Inspired by the book, Hallucinations by late neurologist, Oliver Sacks, Phantom Indigo, "is a window into the kind of "mental loops" that can occur from repeated fixation, meaningless daily routine and negative mental thought patterns, comments Seputus founder, Stephen Schwegler. "The thoughts themselves are phantoms, and the spectrum of feelings are a color that cannot concisely be expressed."
For almost 50 minutes, Phantom Indigo takes the listener on a mind-bending, psychological and psychedelic thrill-ride with genre-defying jagged edges and deliberately disjointed musicality - embodying the album's intangible namesake. Inspired by the book, Hallucinations by late neurologist, Oliver Sacks, Phantom Indigo, "is a window into the kind of "mental loops" that can occur from repeated fixation, meaningless daily routine and negative mental thought patterns, comments Seputus founder, Stephen Schwegler. "The thoughts themselves are phantoms, and the spectrum of feelings are a color that cannot concisely be expressed."
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Phantom Indigo
Artist: Seputus
Format: Vinyl
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1. The Will To Live
2. The Learned Response 08:06
3. Tautology
4. The Forgetting Curve
5. Deuteragonist
6. Phantom Indigo

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For almost 50 minutes, Phantom Indigo takes the listener on a mind-bending, psychological and psychedelic thrill-ride with genre-defying jagged edges and deliberately disjointed musicality - embodying the album's intangible namesake. Inspired by the book, Hallucinations by late neurologist, Oliver Sacks, Phantom Indigo, "is a window into the kind of "mental loops" that can occur from repeated fixation, meaningless daily routine and negative mental thought patterns, comments Seputus founder, Stephen Schwegler. "The thoughts themselves are phantoms, and the spectrum of feelings are a color that cannot concisely be expressed."