Music, arranged in any particular order, tells a story. The music composed for Enceladus Suite wasn’t initially intended as a concept record. Originally developed as a rough and unordered set of tracks, soon the scope of the work began to grow, shift, transform into something new. What emerged was an aural story in three acts, a story of xenobiologists on a distant dead world consuming a bacterial colony they believe to be alien biotechnology, and the things that came after. There is a sense of journey and a sense of place, electro-acoustic ambient and soundtrack influence bent toward an invisible, unstated narrative of physical transformation and a journey deep into the wilds of a dead planet to discover the bio-digital ghosts that suffuse the earth.