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This is my New England Fall (2013) album, and it is the sixth SWARMCAT album. The central theme of the album is location and relation, as in, current location in relation to previous location, desired location. It's interesting that despite the stupendous amount of communications media we have at our fingertips, we can still find ourselves stuck, down and out, out of touch in a place (literal or metaphysical) we aren't satisfied with. This album is also about literally being down (physically on the ground) and looking OUT, at all the layers around us: our neighbors, our neighborhoods, our city, our state and country, our planet, our solar system, and the universe around us. Everyone has their own layers, and we cross into many layers every day whether inadvertently or intentionally. Among a few other things, the tracks in the album, as well as the titles and samples, reflect the different physical and digital layers I have in my life, and the layer overlap I share with the people in my life.
released 03 December 2013
This album was produced in Renoise and Protools.
All tracks composed by SWARMCAT except:
Cheap Sunglasses written by Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill, Frank Beard
Giant Steps written by John Coltrane
Original space audio recordings provided courtesy of NASA and Donald Gurnett of The University of Iowa. www-pw.physics.uiowa.edu/space-audio
Numbers stations audio recordings provided courtesy of Irdial-Discs irdial.com/conet.htm
I would like to emphasize that the numbers station recordings are not my creation
Lightning static audio recordings provided courtesy of Stephen P. McGreevy www.auroralchorus.com
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