Public Memory is the project of Brooklyn based musician and producer Robert W. Toher, better known for his work with the project ERAAS. A few months after Illusion of Choice, he’s back with a new album called Ripped Apparition which is out now via Felte Records. According to the press release, Ripped Apparition is filtered through Public Memory’s narcotic lens–something between dream and nightmare, slowed down and sped up, ugly and beautiful all at once.

Rhythm and the power it conjures is still an important part of the album, but the vulnerability behind the power has moved more towards center stage now, however masked by psychic fog and dust it may be. It is as if everything is somehow distilled through a dirty crystal ball in an old opium den, down some long-forgotten alleyway, in some other time.

Check the full streaming below.