Meditation Objects, Supplements, and Sequences (MOSS Vol. I) [RGMS-004]

Released November 17, 2020

Musings: Somewhere in between background noise and a symphony, in between the ocean and your open vein… an object, or new furniture of sorts – a supplement, which opens the room for the breeze to come in – a sequence, guiding you through new land. Straddling the four cardinal directions, earthly meditations, to dive deep into the waters of the unconscious, in search of the eternal flame, glowing like a scarlet lotus on the ocean’s floor, oh to breathe in the depths through consummated eucharist in harmony with the logos. Moss, the great mother, welcomes us unto it to soothe our wounds, then gently guide us back towards the path. Here we are, taking a moment to lay in its bed, amidst a journey which fractures into ten thousand directions, spiraling always towards the mandate of the heart. 

Meditation Objects, Supplements, and Sequences or MOSS, is a curated collaborative album from members of rgms consisting of tracks designed for meditation. This album was inspired in response to the seemingly rather monotonous tone of most meditation music found online today. Here, the aim is to explore a wide variety of states of being possible within the meditative posture. Herein, we have tracks, which lilt us in a gentle state of at onement, others which guide us through strange lands and circular quests, yet others still which take us to that part of ourselves we have not visited in a while, and while our initial urge may be to resist, the vibrations coax us to stay and have a look around for a little while, until we might find this once unfavorable place not at all too unbecoming.


MOSS #1: on the invisible lips of the dark (by Sean Kiley)
MOSS #2: Oceanographic (by Natalie Dzbik)
MOSS #3: Sein Blick (by Iminah Amal-Hill)
MOSS #4: Loading Dock (by Davis Connors)
MOSS #5: Field Propulsion (by Timo Pehkonen)
MOSS #6: Sounds of the Worker Drone (by Chris Chraca)
MOSS #7: Slidetracked (by Aaron Stearns)
MOSS #8: jean, you forgot to pay the electric bill! (by James Layton)