Celer combine the chapters of 'All At Once Is What Eternity Is' and 'The Die That's Caste' EPs with new side 'I, Anatomy' to form a sumptuous extended narrative. The new material comprises two play-thru sides expanding and contracting between string swept serenity, blooming drone, location recordings and back again making for a truly transportive, blissful experience. Much the same can be said of their two EPs which were originally issued on 3" CD in 2007. Again using strings, theremin, tape and cut-up field recordings they swoon and sway with a deeply romantic appeal.
"We made a box of tape loops in the Malibu Motel, from strings and pianos, and an old reel to reel tape of Sinatra. From the top of the cliffs, the view was completely clear, and even in a completely black and starless night, nothing stirred. A few stories, put together with no previous purpose, than having their own place and time. In being put together, something new is formed. This was the basis for I, Anatomy. There wasn't any intention, it was just a diary. These things happened, and became the source material, finding their directions from what was before directionless, and become the whole. Going back to these moments and memories, I, Anatomy isn't a story, it's one hundred stories. The original I, Anatomy also included the EPs All At Once Is What Eternity Is and The Die That's Caste, now together in a single edition as they were originally intended, with artwork by Christoph Heemann."