by Geological Creep
5 July 2018 · 2 August 2018
Geological Creep is the slow movement of earth, whether the shifting of tectonic plates or the ever downward path of pebbles down a hillside. Using the same title, Shannon Kerrigan's music features sparse electronics to frame soft field recordings, and the resulting soundscapes lightly tickle and scrub.
Her live performances rely in part on improvisation and she fearlessly blends the serendipitous commotion of the everyday, hinting at structure before letting it fall back into itself with grace and gravity. The music will leave you quieter, smoother, and more sensitive to your surroundings; a river rock tumbled by the hush of a constant and friendly force.