The desolation that lies below the window is briefly overshadowed by the light that pours through from behind the curtains. Approximately 30 microchips lay scattered across the ground, chained together by endless heaps of cables and leads. The intense beams of light illuminate poorly soldered joints, abandoned from their steel cases ages before.
A beautifully hazy melody peers through a senescent tube. On the other side of the cables is Gerald McKay, songwriter of the band Rayning. Listen through history's microchips as dream pop gloss pours out of tracks like "Blanket" and "Your Eyes".