Occurrence are Ken Urban (electronics), Cat Hollyer (vocals) and Johnny Hager (vocals). Based in New York, the three-piece avant-garde, post-modern, electro band chase the sonic formations that are invisible to most people. Their latest release is a three-song EP called Universe Moves So Fast in which Occurrence explores abstract constructs like existentialism and surrealism. The album features their previous acclaimed release, Fudge that we have already reviewed for this blog. 

The track is made for individual listening. It holds the mystique of mirrors, emulating the mind design of each listener. Like a chameleon, in its capacity to adapt, it reveals yourself to you. And its matchless fluidity acts as a metamorphosing agent, transcending thoughts to profound levels. 

Disembodied vocals blossom in the expanses between the melodies. In a way, it conceptualizes the theme; creating a sense of infinite space, ever-expanding and eternal. Despite being a minimalistic script, its sonics trace the contours of an intricate and enigmatic music design. 

The band debuted in 2016 with their album, The Past Will Last Forever and has since released a winning portfolio of music with three albums and three singles excluding this new release. 

The track is available on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to Universe Moves So Fast by Occurrence here –