"Nagoski has been one of the most heartfelt progenitors of electronic, psychedelic soundfields of the past decade, having produced three solo full-lengths in tiny editions and contributing his sounds on record with the likes of Joe McPhee, Jack Rose, Six Organs of Admittance, Pelt, and Magali Babin and collaborating live with Tom Carter. Nautical Almanac, Andy Hayleck, Donald Miller and many others. A record shop owner and writer, he has published in Halana, The Wire, the Ecstatic Peace Poetry Review, Yeti, Baltimore City Paper, Sound Projector, Sound Collector, and elsewhere. His slow-moving soundfields have been praised in print by Bruce Russell, Chris Corsano, Campbell Kneale, John Berndt, Thurston Moore, Jerome Noetinger and many other peers. This is his first solo outing in four years, apart from his recent, widely-praised anthology of early 20th-century, foreign music collection Black Mirror: Reflections in Global Musics (1918-1955) on the Dust-to-Digital label."