anomie

Glitch/Post-Rock/Drone/Noise.
Made with open source software on Ubuntu.

barred

the barred (S)ubject ($) does not know itself; thus the $ knows not what it desires.

[ tags: noise electronic glitch postrock ] [ genres: glitch post rock ] [ info: mp3 ccbysa2.5 ]

knowdoesnotknow

Drone thing that builds up into some sort of tribal/technoid noisefest.

[ tags: clicks fast glitch postrock drum ] [ genres: glitch post rock ] [ info: mp3 ccbysa2.5 ]

river

This is a highly altered version of a riff I used to play a lot. In the first half you can faintly hear my music theory class singing scales, and theres some weird distorted talking at the end, but I forgot what it says...

[ tags: noise electronic glitch postrock ] [ genres: glitch post rock ] [ info: mp3 ccbysa2.5 ]

dunes

Samples taken from a four track recording of me playing an acoustic guitar along with a circuit bent casio. Sequenced in flstudio6, altered with audacity.

[ tags: noise electronic acoustic drone glitch postrock ] [ genres: glitch post rock ] [ info: mp3 ccbysa2.5 ]

where do our paths converge?

Recorded with a Line 6 amp, LMMS and Audacity in Ubuntu-Linux. Drums were sampled by drawing on a cd of my music with a sharpie.

[ tags: electronic glitch postrock ] [ genres: glitch post rock ] [ info: time mp3 ccbysa2.5 ]

anomie is definitely not-nothing, but is that something? this question means everything:
the ubiquity of electronics means a ubiquity of the glitch.
is this the music in everyones ear,
or is it just noise in a system?
short-circuit, sic,
interference, freudian slip.
Is this decoherence,
or being becoming appearance?


Full albums at:
http://www.archive.org/details/anomie_won._.der
http://www.archive.org/details/anomie_d..b
http://www.archive.org/details/anomie-recognize


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