Ambient and celestial music presented in Super Spatial Sound by SYNG.
Syng is an audio company building sound for the future. Triphonic audio, our new object-based sonic architecture, makes sound tangible and turns listening into a multisensory experience.
Cell Alpha is the world’s first Triphonic speaker. With force-balanced subwoofers, a custom designed three-horn system to project sound and a unique form factor, it was designed with Triphonic audio in mind – a fully immersive experience that puts you at the center of your favorite music and entertainment.
Mary Lattimore is a harpist living in Los Angeles. She experiments with her Lyon and Healy Concert Grand harp and effects. Her solo debut, The Withdrawing Room, was released in 2013 on Desire Path Recordings. Lattimore also writes harp parts for songs and recordings, performing and recording with such great artists as Meg Baird, Thurston Moore, Sharon Van Etten, Jarvis Cocker, Kurt Vile, Steve Gunn, Ed Askew and Fursaxa.
Julianna Barwick is a Los Angeles based composer, vocalist, and producer who makes deep, reflective compositions rooted in the human voice. Over the years she has made six critically acclaimed records. Her self-released debut “Sanguine” came out in 2007, followed by “Florine” in 2009, and “The Magic Place” in 2011. In 2013, she released “Nepenthe,” which marked Barwick’s first steps into collaborating, working with producer and film composer Alex Somers in Reykjavík. She expanded her parameters further on “Will,” her 2016 album, enlisting more collaborators in Mas Ysa’s Thomas Arsenault, Dutch cellist Maarten Vos, and Chairlift percussionist Jamie Ingalls. In July 2020 she released “Healing Is A Miracle,” which featured Jónsi (Sigur Rós), Mary Lattimore, and Nosaj Thing, earning Pitchfork’s coveted ‘Best New Music’ for 2020.