Earthen Sea may be the experimental ambient/techno solo project of Jacob Long, most widely known to indie rock and roll fans as an associate from the Dischord-signed post-hardcore group Dark Eyes as well as the dubby, drum-heavy post-punk band Mi Ami. By himself, nevertheless, he crafts dark drone and glacial dub-techno comparable to performers like Loscil, Deepchord, as well as the View Below. He started releasing Earthen Ocean material through the early 2000s, while still an associate from the Washington, D.C.-structured Dark Eyes. Released on limited-edition cassettes and CD-Rs, a few of his first material used violin, tape decks, and keyboards to make eerie soundscapes. After Dark Eyes split up in 2004, Long transferred to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA and began Mi Ami with previous bandmate Daniel Martin-McCormick, launching many albums and EPs on brands like Quarterstick, Excitement Jockey, and 100% Silk. The group used a lot of Long’s period, but several Earthen Ocean cassettes appeared as the music group was energetic. By enough time Mi Ami released their 2012 record, Decade, their audio had become completely digital and house-influenced, and Martin-McCormick acquired released similar materials as Ital on brands like Not Not really Fun and Globe Mu. Earthen Ocean released the Mirage EP on Martin-McCormick’s Fans Rock and roll imprint in 2014, but his design of techno was a lot more introspective and reserved instead of club-focused. Carrying out a even more abstract break up LP with Insect Manufacturer, Earthen Sea’s full-length Printer ink appeared on Enthusiasts Rock and roll in 2015. An electronic EP titled SUNLIGHT Will Rise premiered by Nicolas Jaar’s OTHER FOLKS in 2016. Carrying out a proceed to Brooklyn, Very long released A SIGNIFICANT Thing (a assortment of assorted items) and An Work of Like, his debut on Kranky, in 2017.