There is the theory of the Moebius, a twist in the fabric of space where time becomes a loop – but I cant say that I have experienced it personally. In my experience time is linear, and the further things recede into the distance in either direction, the fuzzier they become.
They say it does not matter where you come from, it only matters where you are going. If this is true, then does it matter how much we remember how we got to where we are? As we move from one moment to the next, should we blaze a trail? Should we leave signposts or breadcrumbs for ourselves or for others? At what point does the mystery of obscurity become a defining feature?
This mix was recorded live in January 2015. At just over two-and-a-half hours long, it runs long enough to provide the soundtrack to a walk from one town to the next.