The Persistence of Vision is a theory of how an afterimage persists in the retina of the eyes for a fraction of a second after the visual source has been removed. During film projection, light is directed out from behind a rotating shutter that causes brief intervals of darkness as each frame is positioned to be projected. This theory was proposed as an explanation for why the viewer does not notice this interruption.
The Persistence of Vision EP was designed to seamlessly enchant listeners under a spell of hypnotic bass vibrations and haunting vocal textures that set the foreground for a lyrically introspective style. During the summer of 2014, this EP was written, recorded, mixed, and produced by Rachel Mallin in her hometown of Kansas City, MO. On this four-track EP, listener's are immersed into Rachel's writing and production as each song musically transcends the discord of human emotion into a harmonious wave of expression.
released September 12, 2014
Written and produced by Rachel Mallin. Co-mixed by Michael Kessler. Mastered by William Reeves at Centro Cellar Studio.
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