“Red Earth Creek” marks the Canadian producer’s first single from his upcoming self-titled album.
Increasingly aware of the landscape’s ability to sync with the subconscious, Canadian producer Höhn has released “Red Earth Creek,” a meditative new track.
Contains elements of biomusic, “Red Earth Creek” marks Höhn’s first single from his upcoming self-titled album. Consisting of the smallest sound makers, such as flies and mosquitoes, to flowing streams, distant fireworks, tossed firewood, crashing waves and chirping birds, his upcoming album consists of seven tracks produced using field recordings.
In the same way that the beginning of a backpacking trip evokes a sense of adventure and a little caution, “Red Earth Creek,” a symbol of endurance that replaces the elements, and the capacity for nonhuman connection to move us into a primary state of relaxation. Watch the Höhn performance video from Banff National Park below.
After traveling and camping in four remote locations in Alberta and Quebec, Höhn turned the raw sound into a hypnotic composition. Using some written adjectives and sketched pictures to guide him, he secured each song. ridicule completely composed using sounds recorded from each location, crystallizing each sonic atmosphere into a unique artifact.
“People interact with place in a way that we don’t always understand,” Höhn said in a statement. “We have lost sight in our digital age of how much we are a reflection of our environment.”