An album that I rate a full 5 stars out of 5 - a personal favourite that sticks out (as of September 2018 till present day): John Grzinich - Prevailing Wind, Tangled Under. This digital album was assembled from two durational, single-take recordings: one made during "Active Crossover: Mooste" - an Estonian, April-May 2015, cross cultural collaborative residency, that was made alongside instigator of the "Active Crossover" project - Simon Whetham, as well as art educator, visual artist, + toy and game designer - Arlene Tucker; the other recording was a solitary one made by John Grzinich - in June 2015. These two extended recordings are both of a large, old, abandoned, and resonant water tower (featured on the album cover) that John Grzinich has recurrently taken interest to, and has featured in his work on numerous occasions. A thorough artist statement is featured on slides 2-4 of this post, that shows great insight into John Grzinich's imaginative and creative qualities that lead to the successful creation of this (in my opinion) masterpiece; at the beginning of this artist statement he summarises what has lead him to this stage of his artistic journey in sound. Apart from some equalisation and level adjustments, the original recordings have been left unprocessed in the process of mixing the album. The digital album was released onto Bandcamp on 30th June 2016, under the Portuguese "Crónica" music and media label. On this label, there are other albums labelled this series, titled "Corollaires" - these are albums that are also from the "Active Crossover: Mooste" collaborative residency. The genre of this album is Field Recordings, Electronic, and Free Improvisation.