Following a 10 day recording residency at the National Music Center's Studio Bell in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, electronic artist Corinthian teams up with decorated Canadian pianist, and NY New School graduate Mark Limacher for his continued aberrations into desolate techno soundscapes. Utilizing the National Music Centre's vast collection of synthesizers and rare acoustic instruments, Disappearance Exhibitions expands upon Corinthian's uneasy songwriting allowing the hugeness of the sounds to fill the mix. Limacher's contribution brings new life to Corinthian's pallet with cathartic chords and driving melodies, giving more impact to the overall feelings of dread. Thematically Disappearance Exhibitions subtly nods to difficult subjects such as celebrity, the prison industry, and missing and murdered Indigenous women across the endless highways of Western Canada.
From Corinthian: I've finished my legislative violence album. The next one I write is going to be fun. This one is a failure, and had to be, since it was written by the faint outlines of a person skewed in the blurry backgrounds of hand printed missing pet posters on telephone poles.