“Open Interior explores feelings of loneliness and anxiety. It is a sense of disconnection to the outside world. My intent was to form a mixture of light and heavy sounds that reflect these emotions.”
This sense of disconnection remains prominent throughout 'Open Interior', with Nadia's intentions appearing to gear towards a place of mental retreat, to soothe a cluttered thought. 'Slight Drift', perhaps the highlight of this release, embodies this approach completely through its gentle pulsing repetition and mournful synth lines, we feel compelled to assume a position of quiet. This theme continues throughout, with both 'Grid Work' and 'Milky Sweat' coming off like lost Harold Budd 'Abandoned Cities' era works. The final long piece 'Selective Thoughts' is where we feel this sense of anxiety truly manifest, Nadia here captures a sense of total isolation and fear through the creation of a dense and cold fog, conjuring a lonely, ritualistic march towards the end.