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cpark - anti-matter (free) 10:44
Profiled from day one Survival in denial Presumed incompetant False justice


Released in support of and in solidarity with #blacklivesmatter movement(s).

A video by Jesse Stiles for track 3 can be found at::: vimeo.com/159143725

In lieu of purchasing the EP, please consider donating to #blacklivesmatter at donate.idex.org/checkout/donation?eid=66399

The first post-release remix is in, track 6, a brutal noisescape by Luke Lund.

***Remix opportunity:::
I am fortunate to have people around me with whom I can discuss issues related to #blacklivesmatter and beyond, which led to this release. If you feel you would like to keep the sonic dialog going, please download the source material for the three original tracks to create your own piece, whether more noise with lengthy discursive titles, a form of music with lyrics, or anything you feel so moved to create. Just interpolate any portion of the original source material in any manner which suits your piece, and send me a wav file (16bit/44kHz minimum) for me to add to the release page.
The source material can be downloaded from my Mediafire site, adding /download/77nd6p5vaq1aqo7/matteranti_source_materials.zip after the .com of mediafire because Bandcamp won't allow direct links to file sharing services. (The download is around 500 MB.)

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released March 28, 2016

Thank you to: CMB for the love, support, and discussions; CP for going above and beyond, both in the remixing of and dialog about this project; Mark C for discourse; TCJ for input, output, and circuitry; JTS for vision(s); and DAJ for words. Special thanks to EV for leading by example with longer titles.

All source material from Little Bits Synth kits, with the addition of the Moog Werkstatt on track 3.




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"The diet is not known; fecal material contains organic (?) crystals and perhaps sediment particles. The radula morphology suggests that the diet is particle-size dependent, possibly detritus." -Scheltema 1981.

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