Inertia Sessions

After self-releasing the album Inertia, we are proud to bring you the b-sides and outtakes album Inertia Sessions. Sage Taylor brings more of the IDM side from Pigments of Your Imagination to the front with his follow up to that album. Inertia Sessions takes songs that didn’t make the main album and brings them in their own light on the album. Ranging from Leftfield to mellow IDM and beyond this album showcases that the leftovers from Inertia are just as good, even if they aren’t of the same style or feel as the tracks on Inertia. Tracks like Fuego and Spiral Wind showcase a great more minimal style of IDM with tracks such as Lambent and Terminus showcasing a more leftfield style of fast drums in an almost breakbeat style. This album showcases the talent that Sage Taylor has when making IDM. You can grab Inertia if you haven’t heard it over here:

  1. Fuego 05:52
  2. Tesselation 07:29
  3. Lynx 02:22
  4. Neon 05:30
  5. Eleven 06:27
  6. Do Not Love 04:37
  7. Lambent 07:17
  8. Terminus 06:57
  9. Sobstafnt, Pt. 1 05:03
  10. Blifpmnt 01:47
  11. Spiral Wind 06:31
  12. Starburst, Pt. 1 04:35
  13. Sobstafnt, Pt. 2 04:30
  14. Nax [P.S] 02:43
  15. The Literal Eventuality 04:57
  16. Summer Chiaroscuro Pt. 4 04:32
  17. Starburst, Pt. 2 01:06


  1. Fuego
  2. Tesselation
  3. Lynx
  4. Neon
  5. Eleven
  6. Do Not Love
  7. Lambent
  8. Terminus
  9. Sobstafnt, Pt. 1
  10. Blifpmnt
  11. Spiral Wind
  12. Starburst, Pt. 1
  13. Sobstafnt, Pt. 2
  14. Nax [P.S]
  15. The Literal Eventuality
  16. Summer Chiaroscuro Pt. 4
  17. Starburst, Pt. 2


1 hour 22 minutes 15 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.

One Comment

  1. Aug 13, 2012

    Thank you for another great release, such a beauty!

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