+ Volte-Face (BleeD, UK)
+ Kalawila (Bossmusik, SE)
+ Andreas Maan
+ Steve Duncan
An emitter produces a bass wave deep in the ocean. It propagates over monstrous distances, through dark, viscous expanses. Kilometres away, minutes later, a receiver registers the wave’s impact. From the time it takes between emission and reception, the temperature in the depths of the ocean is inferred. Every 4 m/s increase in velocity corresponds to a 1 degree rise in temperature.
As our planet warms, the wave velocity rises.