Intermittent Memories are the short snapshots of alternate realities that our brains transmit to...
...us in flashes, in our everyday waking lives. Pete Pan has hand selected a group of Mayanasa transmissions from some of the earths top space pilots and also some newcomer pilots of the space scene. These tracks are meant to be used for instant reentrance into your NOW from any part of space; they are also encoded as a set for ease of travel, both in take off and reentry.
The data package starts with world renowned space cadet Ishq, who brings us Sundive, a track that, has only been transmitted aurally once at a Turkish festival, this ambient masterpiece sprinkles the alien dust through audio waves which allow for the preparation of travel. Next up we have Papa Legba's, Night Surf, which paints a picture of a goodbye between friends, as one must leave earth to travel the cosmos.
New space pilot (val)Liam projects his alien ingested bliss capsule to us in the chill audio signal Almost Eden, allowing the listener to begin space travel. Earth renowned navigator Androcell next serves up a cosmic dub track Opium Swirl, which takes an organic look into our implanted memories of life on earth. travel abduction counselor Bodhisattva 13:20 sends up Renewal Chant which gives a very important message on the use of camouflaged alien technology on earth, to reenter the space time continuum at anytime.