This article has been imported from chorus.fm for discussion. All of the forum rules still apply. Maggie Rogers will release Notes from the Archive: Recordings 2011-2016 on December 18th. Pre-orders are now up. On December 18, GRAMMY® Award-nominated producer/songwriter/performer Maggie Rogers will release Notes from the Archive: Recordings 2011 – 2016 — a 16-track retrospective featuring newly remastered versions of her nascent material, including six never-before-heard songs. Set to be the first release on Rogers’s own record label, Debay Sounds via Caroline, this special collection closely documents the artistic evolution experienced on the way to creating her acclaimed Capitol Records debut, Heard It In A Past Life. Pre-order Notes from the Archive: Recordings 2011 – 2016 HERE . Today, Rogers shares a self-narrated visual to introduce Notes from the Archive and reveal the inspiration behind the project — listen/watch HERE. As Rogers explains in the video, Notes from the Archive took shape from a period of intense reflection on her path as an artist. The full audio is included on the commentary version of the album. “So much of this record is about the process,” says Rogers. “It’s about honoring the time it takes to come to a full form…I wanted to give you the chance to hear me grow and hear me make mistakes, hear me change — because all of those pieces are really beautiful parts of my present, and I don’t feel complete without them in the world.” Along with the six previously unreleased songs, Notes from the Archive features newly remastered versions of tracks from Rogers’s early albums, including Blood Ballet and The Echo. In arranging the project’s track listing, Rogers sequenced the songs in reverse chronological order, in an effort to showcase each distinct stage of her creative development. As she pointed out in her recent cover story for the newly launched Atmos magazine, Rogers found the process of revisiting her past work essential to the writing of her next album. “I’ve known for a long time that this is something I had to do before I put out another record, because there’s a part of me that’s so deeply missing from the story right now: the 10 years of work that have led up to this moment,” Rogers told Atmos. “I have a whole body of work that I don’t want to leave behind. This record feels like honoring that work, putting the pieces of the story back together, finding my way from bisected to whole. Now, I’ve finally been given the space to let ideas develop and let myself develop. And as I’ve been working on a new record, I see the pieces all coming together and coming full circle.” Track Listing Celadon & GoldTogetherSteady NowOne More AfternoonBlood BalletResonant BodySymmetryLittle JoysOn The PageJames(Does It Feel Slow?)New SongAnybodyKids Like UsWolvesSatellite more Not all embedded content is displayed here. You can view the original to see embedded videos, tweets, etc.