existential_318

existential_318

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Mar 2, 2022 10:28 PM

“Hello Friends,

I’m excited to share with you a new single track entitled “Terminal”, out now everywhere.

Every sound you hear is from the guitar.

Inspired by Jackson Pollock, whose art I had discovered in the film Ex Machina, this composition was an experiment of a process of randomness and deliberation. It was born out of an error in a different composition. Every sound you hear is a result of an accident, a first take, random groupings, and serendipity. I was simply a light arbiter throughout the process. This piece quite literally - wrote itself. Very opposite of how I usually operate.

As a result, I am very much in constant revelation when listening to Terminal.

I want to operate in this mode of being more and more. There is something deeply existential and sacred about letting things happen by themselves without a conscious motive. The best music “I” have ever made came from something beyond my mind.

Nobody created nor owns harmony. It is a self-emergent phenomenon in nature. I wish to operate within this self-emergent mode more and more. The idea of control is deeply mysterious. You didn’t create yourself, your hands, ears or brain (or did you?). Thus, how can anyone really take credit for anything?

I don’t even know how it is that I can move my arm across space.

Enjoy.

With love,

Inspired by the art of Jackson Pollock, this was an experiment of a process of randomness and deliberation. This piece was born out of an accident. Every sound you hear is a result of an accident, a first take, random groupings, serendipity. I was simply a light arbiter throughout the process. This piece quite literally - wrote itself. As a result, I am very much in constant revelation when listening to Terminal. Perfect for the Organic Experimental, Deep Sleep or any Relax/Study playlist

  • can one really take credit for anything? reference to illusion of ownership