Experimental Music Unit‘s (Paul Walde, George Tzanetakis and Tina Pearson) new album is released today and is available here.  LAND SEA SKY is the realization of a text score by Tina Pearson composed during the winter of 2020 – 2021. This was a time during the pandemic when the Experimental Music Unit was playing together remotely through networked platforms, but longing to mingle our sounds together outdoors. The score was imagined for playing at so-named Finnerty Cove, a rocky outcropping on the East shore of lək̓ʷəŋən territory on the Salish Sea, and reflects our shifting practices in consideration of isolation and connection; our relations with the place where we live and play; and a reframing of how our sounds are brought into an audio production. During the composition of LAND SEA SKY, our friend and colleague Raj Sen, director of Victoria’s Open Space, passed away. The beautiful openness and generosity of Raj’s spirit inspired the final version of the piece, which is dedicated to him.