An arch, a curve, a passage that allows senses to run through that thin, invisible line beyond which the impulses issued by the receptors communicate a dimension that brushes against wholeness. There is a variety of ways to represent these feelings: images and sounds are the elements chosen by Muhr to try to define these experiences.
A careful research gives us a series of beats, never predictable, a resemblance of primitive and dissonant beats that immediately moulds within a melody assembly that slowly weaves-in and begins to radiate precious imaginative essence.
Four short episodes, filled with languid romantic numbness, climaxing in the last track that literally explodes in a silent sensual rapture, thanks also to its associated video-clip.
Muhr, alias Vincent Fugére, is the hidden Master of Ceremony. His proceeding resolves through the snapshot of a shutter, the silent pathway of a video-clip and the slow pervading liturgy of the sound. Lucas Arc is all this: is a sinuous body to be slowly revealed with the help of that nowadays too often neglected “Love”
Muhr is a musician and visual artist from Montreal. He experiments with ambient music as well as beated music in attempts to explore the duality in loopy, doom-ridden, vacant landscapes and ghostly, vaporous apparations.