An Intangible Garden
STEP INSIDE OLIVE ARDIZONI'S GREEN-HOUSE
by Mark "Frosty" McNeill
CLICK ON THE AUDIO PLAYER ABOVE TO STROLL THROUGH THE GARDEN.
In the Thai Town neighborhood of Los Angeles, there’s an apartment radiating especially good vibes. It’s a compact space with inviting mid-century modern furniture, glistening crystals scattered about, and racks of neatly stacked synthesizers. The tranquil atmosphere is grounded by a happy family of houseplants soaking in the soft sounds humming through the air. The lush tones flow from Olive Ardizoni, whose recording debut as Green-House, Six Songs for Invisible Gardens, is out now on Leaving Records. The non-binary artist, who was inspired by their own energetic exchange with plant life, finds freedom in the expansive potential of ambient music and created Green-House to sonically soothe environmental stressors.
"This music is giving space for vision and imagination. It's really the garden of your mind, an intangible garden." - Olive Ardizoni