Beneath the name Mind Over Mirrors, Jaime Fennelly (formerly of experimental sound rock and roll trio Peeesseye) creates immersive, meditative drones from a distorted Indian harmonium, pulsating analog synthesizers, and a variety of electronic results. His compositions are warm, radiant, and psychological, and clearly audio shaped by individual hands instantly rather than designed. The project started while Fennelly was living with an island situated in the Salish Ocean of Washington through the past due 2000s. He debuted the task in early 2011 using a cassette on Present Tapes, Large & Upon, and an LP on Digitalis, The Tone of voice Rolling. Several produces arrived in 2012, including an LP on Hands at night (Examine Your Golf swing), a 7″ solitary on Dirty Knobby (Near Your Dwelling), a restricted tape on Digitalis (Little Part), and a vinyl fabric reissue of Large & Upon, thanks to Aguirre Records. The entire year 2013 noticed the discharge of Brain Over Mirrors’ many acclaimed work however, the wonderful When the others Are Up at Four on Defense Recordings. In 2014, Fennelly started collaborating with Circuit des Yeux (Chicago-based experimental folk designer Haley Fohr). Both toured collectively and documented a full-length, The Tone of voice Calling. Defense released the recording on cassette in early 2015, accompanied by a vinyl fabric release later on in the entire year. In 2017, Brain Over Mirrors authorized to folk label Heaven of Bachelors and released Undying Color, a full-band work offering Fohr, Janet Bean of Freakwater, Jim Becker of Califone, and percussionist Jon Mueller.