3PE is the first in a series of releases by Portland, OR, based Luke Wyland under his new LWW moniker. In contrast to his previous work as AU, these are spontaneous, otherwordly explorations in repetition, alternate tuning systems and, for the most part, tempered minimalism. Many of these recordings date back to the period shortly after AUs final release Both Lights. The bubbling energy remains, while Wylands musical dexterity is all the more startling in these stripped down, unrestricted forms. "There's a certain fleeting magic to capturing unselfconscious improvisations to tape," Wyland explains." A quality that is often lost when tracking an album you intend to release to the public." Opening epic "CTP" serves to bridge the gap between AU and LWW. "The first track is the only improvisation that I've dissected and evolved into a more maximalist composition," he adds. "The rest of these songs are simple one take snapshots into my process of research - essentially conversations with myself."