Recording solely from his cabin in the woods of Minnesota, this reclusive artist paints a portrait of stillness through his music. In his search for perfection and the perfect, immaterial state for his music he chose to publish his compositions only online, exclusively for streaming.
“[…] when they told me my four songs could exist in a free-floating, context-less, non-corporeal environment for the benefit of people falling asleep with their earbuds in, I couldn’t say no. I told them, ‘This is what I’ve been waiting for. This is my moment. Sign me up.’”
Nephew of underdog Bryan Enno – many a times confused with the iconoclast Brian Enno, with an ‘I’ – he boasts a tradition that clearly runs in the family.
Beware, though. Prolonged listening to Aare’s music may cause spells of cabin fever. You have been warned.