Brian Eno coined the term Ambient Music in the 1970's, defining it as music that "must be able to accommodate many levels of listening attention without enforcing one in particular; it must be as ignorable as it is interesting." This is the essence of the Errant Space philosophy.

Errant Space creates site-specific soundscapes. Performances are simultaneously unobtrusive and interesting, creating an atmosphere where the environment and audience are enveloped in a sort of subliminal soundscape, a contemplative sound experience whose presence may not consciously be noticed, but whose absence will be felt when the music stops.


Support Errant Space on Patreon!