"Floating somewhere between Robert Haigh and ECM explorations of piano and electronics, Marisol Limon's Movements 1-15 tiptoes through the ambient genre carefully avoiding the cinematic or transcendental moods that often hallmark solo piano music. Instead, she offers a series of song cycles that outline a course that is more psychogeographic than furniture or strumming music, with overtones that stalk an emotive state just beyond our collective grasp."
–James Hoff

"Meditative and mesmerizing, Movements 1-15 are musical landscapes that take you beyond the borders of the world that we know."
–Helena Basilova

Marisol Limon's Movements 1-15 represents a musical terrain of travel and place. Written and recorded for piano and electronics while traveling in Mexico and Southeast Asia, Marisol explores the processes of repetition, division, fragmentation, and unification through the interplay of melodic and rhythmic modulations. Combining her training in piano and composition, Marisol has created a work that is both expansive and reflective.

Available on Bandcamp, iTunes + Apple Music, or Spotify.

Watch the music video Songkhla.
Watch the music video Yogyakarta.

1. Langkawi
2. Songkhla
3. Nakhon Si Thammarat
4. Mexico City
5. Los Angeles
6. Yogyakarta
7. Guanajuato

Marisol Limon - piano and electronics

Recorded in Guanajuato, Mexico; Langkawi, Malaysia; Los Angeles, US; Mexico City; Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand; Songkhla, Thailand; and Yogyakarta, Indonesia by Marisol Limon

Mixed by Godfrey Diamond and Marisol Limon at Perfect Mixes
Mastered by Josh Bonati at Bonati Mastering
Photograph by Michael Mann
All music by Marisol Limon

Marisol Limon is a multidisciplinary artist, whose work encompasses piano, composition, vocals, writing, and visual art. She has released two albums of chamber pop songs: Autoportrait and Here Her Ghost, the latter produced by Godfrey Diamond. As a pianist and backing vocalist, Marisol has toured internationally with Australian singer-songwriter Scott Matthew.