"love me" is a collage of driving beats, ethereal synth melodies and aggressive noise built around Kasten's distant, longing voice. She confides in the listener, lost in the manufactured world as her comprehension flickers like a dying fluorescent light. The album runs through the most harrowing parts of losing one's self to love, and reminds us why we always go back.
lacunae's music falls somewhere between industrial and ambient. Dark sliding synth melodies with noise-laden low-fi groove beats and beautifully spoken female vocals. Broken love songs for broken robots.
The members of lacunae have never met.
lacunae began in mid 2003 after a chance meeting on the internet between Kasten Searles, who was working with Arson Bright at the time, and Anthony Peluso.
Their first work, "Making New Errors," is the result of 18 straight hours of Anthony reworking a collection of Kasten and Arson's music. Dark, forboding and intimate, it captures Kasten and Arson's unique, dystopian vision in the grip of Anthony's bleak, pounding production.
This set the tone and process for lacunae. Soon after, the trio began work on their first full length album. "love me" was finally completed in mid 2004.
Currently lacunae is working on their second full length album and contemplating live performance.