2014 album from the mysterious musical collective. 17 YEARS IN EKTACHROME is a sublime, 51-minute, six-track adventure: like stowing away on an aging freight train as it winds it's way from the balmy American South to an unnamed perma-frosted north. Fossil Aerosol Mining Project journeys through a dense audio fog filled with distant, indiscernible shapes and punctuated by the sudden appearances of artifacts from another time. The album has a distinctly archaeological perspective, utilizing what seem to be decayed quarter-inch analog tapes that were processed and looped many years ago. The resulting layers of found sources and environmental recordings have been fragmented, slightly decomposed and pulled away from their original contexts. 17 YEARS is the perfect soundtrack for vast open plains, abandoned industrial complexes and forgotten small towns washed in the shadows of a bygone age.