Growing out of my experience immersed in the rain forest, I wanted to make music that conveyed a sense of forward progression in the midst of decay. The first recordings came from my dorm room at The Evergreen State College, and then later in a basement at a nearby house, leading to two cassette tape releases and tours.

“With ‘Mud Bay,’ Issac has crafted a subtle but involving work of plugged-in meditations, using layers of amplified string-work to evoke both dread and desire.” Ned Lannamann | The Portland Mercury

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