For more than a decade, we've been studying the trajectory of Will Long and Celer. With a massive catalog of music on a wide array of labels spanning back to 2005, Celer has long been a flamekeeper for listeners seeking pure ambient music.
"I was running as fast as I could. Through the field, tripping over lumps of soil with spiked green grass, and splashing through puddles that reflected the purple clouds drooping overhead. My heart was racing, sweat was bulleted on my face and neck, and when I turned around to see what was behind me, out of breath, and losing my footing, everything went black. When I woke up I was lying in the grass near the top of the green mountain. A stone house was behind, and you were leaning over me, looking down the hill. The sun was hidden by the clouds, but the afternoon haze turned everything blue, unnatural in azure. A light breeze moved your hair. The clouds opened up, and on the next hill where it had rained, the droplets shimmered, reflected in the orange-baked sun. And then I fell asleep. Everything went black and disappeared again."
- Will Long