Pigments of Your Imagination

Pigments of your Imagination, Sage Taylor’s 2009 album, began as an afterthought for 2007’s ‘Manufacture your Brothers.’ Where that album was decidedly warm and mystical (in the furthest-reaching senses of the words), POYI was to take a more relaxed, cooler (but not colder) route. The result was two years of experimenting with new techniques that ultimately ended up in a dubbier, more ambient sound, as opposed to the warm, almost hip-hop approach that permeated MYB. After the dust settled, the tracks were arranged, and what you see here is the final product of two years worth of work, rolled into an hour and sixteen minutes of chilled out ambient techno that’s pleased to finally see its release on a label, where others will hopefully enjoy it for a long time to come.

  1. Muddy Trails 05:49
  2. P.M.G. 03:47
  3. _Cloud 02:07
  4. The Human Condition 07:08
  5. Suomi-Finland 05:49
  6. Lichens 03:26
  7. 3x3 02:03
  8. The Fox Bounce 05:29
  9. Garland 02:38
  10. Checkerboard 04:55
  11. Pigment Of Your Imagination 05:10
  12. 6743808 Bytes 04:35
  13. Connect 04:18
  14. A Long Journey 05:15
  15. Distant Smokestacks 06:24
  16. Snowfall [Accumulation] 07:07


  1. Muddy Trails
  2. P.M.G.
  3. _Cloud
  4. The Human Condition
  5. Suomi-Finland
  6. Lichens
  7. 3×3
  8. The Fox Bounce
  9. Garland
  10. Checkerboard
  11. Pigment Of Your Imagination
  12. 6743808 Bytes
  13. Connect
  14. A Long Journey
  15. Distant Smokestacks
  16. Snowfall [Accumulation]


1 hour 16 minutes 9 seconds

About the artist: Sage Taylor View releases

Portland, Oregon musician Sage Taylor has been experimenting with sound and electronics as a hobby for over a decade, and has tapped into a wide range of styles in the electronic music spectrum throughout the years. His present-day output is likely to touch on quiet ambient music, soft, melodic IDM or dubbed-out ambient techno, but the goal remains the same as always: to create new compositions for people to zone out to.


  1. Keith
    Mar 2, 2011

    Thankyou for this wonderful music.

  2. thomas hoag
    Feb 17, 2012

    Still a great album. Nuff said! 🙂

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