Jore | The Autocrat and the Habituated

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The Autocrat and the Habituated

by Jore

Collection of audio pieces and sound-scapes about the imagery of technocracy and power...
Genre: Electronic: Soundscapes
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1. Bssbck
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2. Traffic
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3. Sour Wash
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4. Imperative Apply
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5. Strong Implications for the Future
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6. Protocols, Handshake and Groupthink
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Album Notes
released 28 February 2012

all tracks written, performed and recorded by jordan brown
(various dates and times, locations)

track 01/6 – bssbck (12:42)
voice sampling performance. recorded sometime 2007 in a house on bishopsgate street wickham nsw, thanks to assistance of nathalie crawford and the little hand inside my computere. something about the window

track 02/6 -- traffic (2:49)
Soundtrack for short film of the same name, released 10-FEB-2009. COPY.

track 03/6 -- sour wash (3:20)
soundscape performance, recorded in 18, 5 pitt street brunswick east, vic. FEB 2012.

track 04/6 -- imperative apply (4:07)
piano recorded inside hay bale, mud walls, same location. FEB 2012. very early morning session, ?6am. thanks to steve.

track 05/6 -- strong implications for the future (4:29)
soundtrack for interview with katina michael on technology and the implications on society. recorded 2009 in a house on forbes st, carrington nsw, before creeping normalcy released.

track 06/6 -- protocols, handshake and groupthink (12:04)
experimental. maybe monolithic, maybe sections.

thank you for listening.


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