Terribilis mines the recesses of mental illness in the self-identity, self-loathing + body dysmorphia of Interlude Music

, 5 March 2018
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Terribilis releases her debut album Interlude Music via London’s Quantum Natives today, with an exclusive video stream on AQNB. The visual collaboration with San Francisco-based artist Wure, features animations of a “human-esque beast” alter ego, also referred to as ‘terribilis.’

The London-based producer is associated with the Xquisite Nihil collective, and has been performing live in the English capital over the past couple of years: a dark and aggressive culmination of her interests in drum ‘n’ bass, ambient and field recordings. For Interlude Music though, that heaviness remains in the theme of the artist’s own struggle with mental illness — particularly self-identity, self-loathing and body dysmorphia — but the music opens up and breathes into its own catharsis, reflecting on what the artist calls “an audial journey of emotional breakdowns and the moments of enlightenment in-between.”**

Terribilis’ Interlude Music album is on London’s Quantum Natives on March 5, 2018.

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Terribilis releases her debut album Interlude Music via London’s Quantum Natives today, with an exclusive video stream on AQNB. The visual collaboration with San Francisco-based artist Wure, features animations of a “human-esque beast” alter ego, also referred to as ‘terribilis.’

The London-based producer is associated with the Xquisite Nihil collective, and has been performing live in the English capital over the past couple of years: a dark and aggressive culmination of her interests in drum ‘n’ bass, ambient and field recordings. For Interlude Music though, that heaviness remains in the theme of the artist’s own struggle with mental illness — particularly self-identity, self-loathing and body dysmorphia — but the music opens up and breathes into its own catharsis, reflecting on what the artist calls “an audial journey of emotional breakdowns and the moments of enlightenment in-between.”**

Terribilis’ Interlude Music album is on London’s Quantum Natives on March 5, 2018.

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Terribilis releases her debut album Interlude Music via London’s Quantum Natives today, with an exclusive video stream on AQNB. The visual collaboration with San Francisco-based artist Wure, features animations of a “human-esque beast” alter ego, also referred to as ‘terribilis.’

The London-based producer is associated with the Xquisite Nihil collective, and has been performing live in the English capital over the past couple of years: a dark and aggressive culmination of her interests in drum ‘n’ bass, ambient and field recordings. For Interlude Music though, that heaviness remains in the theme of the artist’s own struggle with mental illness — particularly self-identity, self-loathing and body dysmorphia — but the music opens up and breathes into its own catharsis, reflecting on what the artist calls “an audial journey of emotional breakdowns and the moments of enlightenment in-between.”**

Terribilis’ Interlude Music album is on London’s Quantum Natives on March 5, 2018.

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