Also available as an extremely limited edition cassette tape!
Sebastian Palomar has a simple mission: to teach the world to love swimming.
Less a record and more a multimedia self-help project, Palomar brings a maniacal enthusiasm to his subject matter, re-casting your municipal lido as Transcendent Oasis and the art of bilateral breathing as tantric bliss. This is music as surrealist self-medication, rippling with insistent mantras of aquatherapy and urban escape.
London-based but sado-masochistically itinerant, Seb's quoted references take in the music of Popol Vuh and Seefeel to the literature of Iris Murdoch (The Sea, The Sea) and wider phenomena such as Scientology, early 90s corporate culture and ideological phoney-ism (Yuri Geller is sampled on several occasions!).
Available as a digital download housed within Palomar's 'swimming manifesto' - a self-help pamphlet for our times.