From a secluded outpost on Nova Scotia’s mystical South Shore, junked-analog project Joyfultalk conjures micro-climate trance music. The brainchild of instrument builder and alchemist Jay Crocker, Joyfultalk offers up instrumental compositions of analogue tongue that flow like wordless rivers and glitching fields of electric grass through a bric-a-brac vocabulary of handmade electronics. Crocker’s music channels a sonic regionalism influenced by the craggy treelines and flowing rivers of Lunenburg county, with gnarled jamscapes rendering natural spaces in a hazy parallel universe, navigating the astral plane by way of his rugged maritime environs; tinkered lightfields of forward motion in a maniac’s grove.