Immersion Theory's first voyage, The Icarus Foray, is a transcendent auditory journey through the universe and into the heavens. Under the premise that science and spirituality are intertwined in evidence of the divine, that both the heart and mind can be satisfied by the knowing of the unknown, and that a state of innate awareness of something more pervades both aspects of human nature, The Icarus Foray may open a deep and contemplative well that allows for reflection, speculation and renewal.
To that end, the project draws from classical motifs unwound into ambient soundscapes, deep meditative electronic swells, and subtle storytelling components that engage the listener on multiple levels of individual need, supporting both close and ambient listening in equal parts.
It's an ambitious undertaking that both reflects and amplifies what the listener brings to the table in terms of world view and personal experience. In some, it may produce the profound introspection that Immersion Theory discovered in its creation. To others it may be simply be a pleasant wash of chords and sounds. In either case, The Icarus Foray is a pleasant ride, and might very well open up new avenues for personal exploration.