Like many of the albums from Memex, Arrows began as an ambient IDM project, and evolved into melancholic and ambient dance. It is highly emotive, and through that, the artist can be heard. Arrows was named based on dramatic changes and challenging influences that question the very nature of a person's humanity, and point a person in different directions, as though at a crossroads. It is an introspection of transparency, an honest look at authentic and valid feelings. Despite being released in July of 2015, it is one of the highest quality albums that has been released from Memex and, in a certain perspective, can be seen to be a work of art. The cover of Arrows is of an artist’s rendition of Lain, from Serial Experiments Lain, and the text to the left of her is a quote from a Buddhist sutra.

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