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Ministry of Interior Spaces


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    Katie's Apartment WA
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    Hoyt Arboretum OR
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    C64 Falls ID
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    Platonitudes National Park WY
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    The Perpetual Wound
Ministry of Interior Spaces is the ambient project of Hong Kong-Brighton musician James Li (also of Liance).
Originally conceived as a documentary of Michigan locations, Ministry of Interior Spaces creates visceral emotional landscapes through meditative waves of synth, piano, and cello. Influenced by the negative spaces of William Basinski and the crumbling compositions of Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, Ministry of Interior Spaces speaks to how landscapes can save you.
Dying Towns of the Midwest (Remastered), Ministry of Interior Spaces’ first full-length, was largely recorded on the OP-1 in January 2016. Formed deep in a bitter Michigan winter, field and found recordings permeate this uniquely midwestern landscape of snow, disintegration, and emotional numbness.
The Sister in the Snow EP, Ministry of Interior Spaces’ second release, is an intimate collection of vignettes and personal spaces. Brief, diverse, and impressionistic, Sister of the Snow feels like Lake Michigan at night.
Ministry of Interior Spaces' second full length, Life, Death and the Perpetual Wound, released May 9 2018.


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