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Don't Let Me Fall Too Far

by Rozalind MacPhail & Industrial Parks

Organic electronic EP with moody vocals, electrifying flute loops and driving electronics. Haunting, lonely, dreamy and deeply honest.
Genre: Electronic: Pop Crossover
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1. Overture
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2. Harbour
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3. Interlude 1
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4. Homeless
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5. Interlude 2
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6. Alders
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7. Affirmations
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8. Silver Wings
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Album Notes

“It was 2016 in Saint John, New Brunswick. I was performing in a cool arts space for a local indie music festival called, Quality Block Party. The city was electric with musicians from all over Atlantic Canada who were attending the East Coast Music Awards. Little did I know I would be winning my first ECMA that year. After my set, local film director and electronic music producer, Raven Blue approached me about collaborating on an audio-visual project he was creating through his arts collective, Industrial Parks.

Fast forward many months between Saint John, New Brunswick and St. John’s, Newfoundland. Industrial Parks and I collaborated on the audio-visual project, HOMELESS. All of us could relate to the transformative experiences we were going through during the time of creating this project. It became a profound way to share our personal experiences as we combined experimental film, street photography, animation, spoken word and live improvised music.

DON’T LET ME FALL TOO FAR is a musical adaptation of Industrial Parks’s audio-visual project, HOMELESS. Raven Blue’s lyrics resonate within me in a powerful way. This version is intended for performing solo with the electronics being my musical duet partner.

The project tells a timeless story of self-discovery experienced by a young woman navigating her way through a vulnerable period in her life. She’s haunted by strange visions guiding her to unfamiliar places as she explores the expansive city of industrial giants, natural wonders and aging Victorian neighbourhoods in Saint John, New Brunswick.

The film adapts the universal Indigenous tradition of the vision quest and explores themes of attachment, loss and longing. The development of the animated visions draw on the history of American hobo culture, which employed a universal set of symbols to assist fellow travellers as they navigated unfamiliar territory.

DON’T LET ME FALL TOO FAR explores the colourful world of flute looping and effects with C flute, alto flute and piccolo being the stars of the show. This recording would not have been possible without the generous support of Gemeinhardt Musical Instruments who provided these beautiful flutes I composed and recorded with.

Breathe in love. Exhale love. Repeat.”

- Rozalind MacPhail (June 28, 2019)


Raven Blue, Jeff McLennan, Cara Cole, Dakota Quinn, Terry Barrow, Michael Kirby, Charlene Jackson, Alli Johnston, Stephen Read, Dave, Jenn and our Gemeinhardt family, Modo Yoga St. John’s, Denique LeBlanc, Matt Gorman and Steve Lilly. Much love and appreciation to my solid rock, Josh Caine. Great Big Thanks to our friends, families, neighbours, arts organizations, employers and mentors who are constant supporters of what we do. You mean the world to us.

Dedicated to my 1st flute teacher, Courtney Westcott who helped me play my first note long ago and has always helped me shine on the stage and through life. I owe so much to you, my dear friend.


MUSIC by Rozalind MacPhail and Industrial Parks

LYRICS by Raven Blue and Rozalind MacPhail

ARRANGEMENT by Rozalind MacPhail

Rozalind MacPhail - vocals, spoken word, effected alto flute, piccolo and C flute
Industrial Parks (Raven Blue, Jeff McLennan, Cara Cole) - vocals, spoken word, dialogue, field recordings and electronics

Rozalind plays Gemeinhardt Musical Instrument’s Ali Ryerson BLK alto flute, 33SB C flute with a Crusader headjoint and a Roy Seaman Storm piccolo

PRODUCED by Rozalind MacPhail, Terry Barrow and Industrial Parks

COMPOSED & RECORDED by Industrial Parks and Rozalind MacPhail 

MIXING & MASTERING by Terry Barrow

DESIGN & LAYOUT by Alli Johnston and Stephen Read

All songs ©℗ Rozalind MacPhail and Raven Blue (SOCAN) 2019 
All Rights Reserved | Made in Canada



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