Double 10-inch vinyl pressing graced with a pair of Polaroid photographs from the artists taken of the Fish House and it's surrounding waters. 2014 release, the duo's first full-length collaborative recording following a series of performances, a song recorded with Ryuichi Sakamoto and a multi-channel sound piece for the touring exhibition, the tracks on the second record CAPTIVA were recorded during late night sessions in a vast reverberant work space, which the artist Robert Rauschenberg used as a multi-purpose production studio. In the far corner of the room, near giant doors opened to the quiet evening darkness, a baby grand piano sat, waiting to be played. Tracks on these pieces include the piano played with Ebows and prepared with forks and local beach shells as well as synthesizers and guitar. Many of the sounds were amplified and re-recorded in the room. The presence of Rauschenberg's history and maybe welcoming ghost were always felt - if possibly not heard.