Periphery’s Misha Mansoor releases atmospheric 90-minute track

“The world is a little crazy, here’s something to relax to,” Mansoor wrote of the song.

Misha Mansoor Onstage with Periphery

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Misha Mansoor has released a new 90-minute track under his Bulb moniker. Entitled Red Water, the atmospheric piece departs from the Periphery guitarist’s more guitar-centric work.

“The world is a little crazy, here’s something to relax to,” wrote Mansoor over YouTube on the largely electronic number. Take a listen below.

Last month, Mansoor announced a collection of ten Bulb albums in an archive series that aims to document his pre-Periphery work.

Last week saw the arrival of the 14-track Bulb Archives: Volume 7, released through 3DOT Recordings, Periphery’s self-owned label. The record contained two songs from the soundtrack of the video game Final Fantasy VII, titled FF7 Ahead On Our Way Cover and FF7 Prelude Bombfare Medley.

The series will also put out two unnumbered volumes, titled Orchestral and Electronic. Speaking on the archive series on the 3DOT webpage, Mansoor said that revisiting Bulb’s material was “something that I’ve wanted to do for years”.

“As I began working on what will be a new Bulb album I was reminded of this vast library of unreleased music, music that has only been previously available by seeking out bits and pieces on various forums and media channels,” he wrote.

“Presenting it in a context that both echoes my original intent with the songs grouped from the time period they were recorded in as well as making it easier for fans to find and enjoy was the driving motivation behind completing this massive undertaking.”

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