Evan Caminiti is a Bay Area-based experimental musician having a concentrate on processed and ready guitar. Caminiti started the arid improvisational duo Barn Owl with like-minded guitarist Jon Porras in 2006. While documenting, carrying out, and touring with Barn Owl, Caminiti also started the likewise drony Higuma with vocalist Lisa McGee, discovering familiarly hazy acoustic guitar textures augmented by McGee’s submerged, gothy vocals. Caminiti started a foray into single material using the 2007 CD-R Buried Light, that was released on cassette by Digitalis in 2008. This is followed by this year’s 2009 CD-R Digging the Void (Learners of Decay) and correct full-length Psychic Dirt Shrines, also on Digitalis. The record highlighted Caminiti’s personal sprawling electric guitar experimentation and was accompanied by 2010’s Western world Wind flow and 2011’s even more soundtrack-sounding When California Falls in to the Ocean. The instrumentalist got a productive season in 2012 using the discharge of two albums, Evening Dirt and Dreamless Rest. These nocturnal affairs highlighted experimentation with cassette four-track and dubbed-out minimal shoegaze electric guitar shades. He also released a self-titled cassette as Painted Caves by himself Dirt Editions imprint. In 2013, the Australian label Preservation released a divide cassette by Caminiti and Texan modern tale J.D. Emmanuel, and Shelter Press released Painted Caves’ Security LP. Caminiti refocused his energies on discovering the creation and musical likelihood of synthesizer-based compositions. The outcome, Meridian, premiered by Thrill Jockey in 2015. This is accompanied by 2017’s Poisonous Town Music on Dirt Editions. Unlike his prior album, that one highlighted guitar, but employed in a very much different way than on his prior recordings.