New Jersey Laptop Orchestra | The Willingness to be Touched

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The Willingness to be Touched

by New Jersey Laptop Orchestra

Six laptops pulsing together making music from the future that no one machine could produce alone.
Genre: Electronic: Illbient
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1. Self-Contained
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2. The Willingness to be Touched
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3. That Hypnosis Thing
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4. Pogo Riot
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5. Destruction Upon Re-Entry
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6. You're Talking Through My Speech
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7. Digital Quarantine
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8. Stay Awake
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9. Mistah Cage Struts
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10. Mistah Cage Speaks
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11. He Takes It Seriously
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12. Outta Kontrol Lazer Chainsaw
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Six talented laptop performers from the New Jersey Institute of Technology merge their beats, soundscapes, and samples to form a pulsing, complex sound that defies easy categorization. Sometimes there’s a beat, sometimes there’s an instrument that’s never existed before. This is music not afraid to surprise, but not afraid of rhythm or bass either. If it works, it sounds like no single machine is in charge, that a sound comes out more than the sum of its parts, overlapping cascades of pattern and melody as unpredictable as life itself.


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