Immersion: One album cover
Immersion: One

Steve Roach


One of Steve Roach’s most involving series of releases, the Immersion sequence, began with this 2006 one-disc effort, consisting solely of the title track. It’s a well-named effort all around because over its entire length it feels quite simply like just that, a capturing of a perfect form of stasis that is very, very subtly cyclical if not actually rhythmic, but otherwise in its blend of various parts feels like a sinking into a true ocean of open-ended sound. Saying it’s a perfect flotation tank soundtrack is one thing, but it honestly feels more like melting into open space.

Ned Raggett

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