by Dave Segal
on Thu, Oct 18, 2012 at 4:57 PM
Okay, this Star Trek clip is a year old, but thanks to Matmos’ Drew Daniel, I’m just discovering it now. Sorry for the lateness. This 24-hour recording of the starship Enterprise’s engine is a majestic gust of ice-cold ambient music. It kind of reminds me of Thomas Köner’s isolationist tundrascapes. Let it rumble all day and feel as centered—and as anomic—as you’ve ever been. That’s how Gene Roddenberry would've wanted it.