Photo by Peter Paraidse

Photo by Peter Paraidse

Recorded, mixed & mastered album.  Multiple Instruments on each track.

Eric Freeman is an electronic music producer, multi-instrumentalist, photographer and video artist.    In his music production,  Eric weaves together elements of world, electronic, and experimental sounds to create a sonic landscape accompanied by visuals.   His recent video work is a combination of light painting photography and time lapse.

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Vocals on 'Puncture', 'On the Hill', 'Sublimation'.  Piano on 'Puncture'.

A haunting vocalist armed with a keen ear and an affinity for the musical vanguard. Born and raised in Japan, Courtney is a hodge-podge of artistic and cultural influences. Though her musical roots lie in classical piano, Courtney's sonic identity has grown to represent a plethora of styles and emotions. Her most prominent "shrieking banshee" moments are manifest in the climaxes of Shiny Eyed Babies (2014) by Bent Knee and Freak Machine (2015) by Ben Levin Group. The tender and dreamy side of her music is expressed in the forefront of her work as a solo artist, which launched in 2013 with her first album Claws of the Beasts Inside (2013).

Courtney currently resides in Providence RI. When she manages to escape her email inbox, she writes, performs, and collaborates with local and regional artists.

Bent Knee



Co-Produced 'Essence' & 'Never Said'.  Voice, drums and piano on each.

Qwill, aka Jesse Ciarmataro, is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer currently based in Salem, MA US 

“His heavily groove - based music is like a soul/r&B spouse with multiple mistresses of beats, modern jazz, and drum & bass”

-Performer Magazine


Ngoni, Kalimba & Synth on 'Puncture'.  Ngoni & Slide Guitar on 'Tiny Grass is Dreaming'

Evan Fraser is a multi-instrumentalist based in the SF Bay Area. He holds a degree in World Music from CalArts where he studied African, Indian, & Brazilian music cultures.

Evan is a performer and composer in Dirtwire, Stellamara, the Dogon Lights, Yakaruna, Hamsa Lila, Radio Devi, & Bolo. 

You can find his music on Facebook, iTunes, Bandcamp, & Soundcloud.


Violin on 'Tiny Grass is Dreaming', 'Drink the River' & 'Cycle'.

Chris Baum is a contemporary violinist and composer living in Rockport, MA. His recent credits include collaborations with The Dear Hunter, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Amanda Palmer, Dropkick Murphys, Art Decade, Wheat, Om Frequency, Symmetry, Honey Circuit, Sean Roldan, and Jherek Bischoff. Outside of ElderFlux, he currently performs with Bent Knee, Ben Levin Group, Qwill, Guy Mendilow & the Video Game Orchestra.


Flute on 'Last Afternoon'.

A native of New York City, Rachel Azrak is an experienced flute performer and educator. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Music Performance (with minors in Communications and History) from Case Western Reserve University in 2007.   Ms. Azrak then completed the Post-Baccalaureate Music teacher’s Licensure Program at Cleveland State University before enrolling at The Boston Conservatory where she received her Master of Music Performance and her Graduate Performance Diploma.


Original Artwork.

Martin Bridge is proudly carrying his family tradition forth as he lives, creates and teaches in the hills of Western Massachusetts. His work spans a wide range of media from Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Theater Design and Site Specific Installations to Performance. His Spiritual Path as an Animist first and foremost influences his art. His work celebrates the sacredness inherent in nature, the consciousness in all things and power of place and seeks to challenge the cultural paradigms that dictate the way we relate to both the natural world and our brother and sisters. He strives to create work that improves his own awareness of how he relates to the natural world and invites viewers to contemplate how to live in better balance with the world around us. Through his work he hopes to inspire and cultivate a greater sense of mystery and possibility in our experience of the