Aaron Martin’s album A Room Now Empty sees him returning to the memory-based recordings of previous albums
such as Almond , River Water and Chautauqua , where layered meanings in the music and titles don’t allow a single
clear-cut reading of the music. “ A Room Now Empty is similar to the concept of Day Has Ended where Christoph
Berg and I created music to encompass the passing of a day, but stretched out for the passing of a lifetime or at
least a portion of a lifetime,” says Aaron. Using cello, electric guitar, bass, roll up piano, banjo, concertina, acoustic guitar, voice, ukulele, singing bowls and
lap steel, A Room Now Empty keeps the same intimacy and directness of Aaron’s previous albums, with a slightly
more processed sound creating distance within the music.