Free Download Available from Sunup Recordings:
'10 Year Gap' Music Video by Broken Machine Films:
'The Limiter' Music Video by Broken Machine Films:
'My Idea' Music Video by Broken Machine Films:
'Ten To The Trillionth Free Radicals/Speculator 96 Jackson/Slow No' Music Video by PopCultureShaman:
Cataloged on My Idea of Fun:
All songs recorded 02/2012 - 07/2012, except 'Couch Wasp 009' recorded summer of 2009.
All songs created, produced and recorded live, with minimal digital editing so as to keep in tact the integrity of the original, natural recording.
'Post Radio' is a glance into the third eye reality that surrounds every One and every Thing. The ever-present, omnipresent presence of orchestrated media and corporate hierarchy that exists within an environment spoiled with pervasive capitalism. -or- 'Post Radio' is a pseudo-field-recording of the dense and immense sound that exists within the earth's atmosphere at any and every given second. Do we question whether our cohabitants of this planet are affected by the frequencies? Do we question whether we are affected? And which affects one more, the once-again-orchestrated advertisement model that masquerades as a resource for creativity or the frequencies beyond our listening range that our personal likenesses and conscious energy still must wade through in order to remain stable. -or- 'Post Radio' is a sound experiment, attempting to dismantle a deep-rooted and educated understanding of a single specific media, radio, in an effort to aid in the evolution of that media. Furthermore, should we allow the technology of the radio to continue to be a source of acceptance, a medium over which we have no control, or should we look at what we have have in front of us and recognize that we can use the radio as an instrument?
Sample References Available Upon Request and Remain Property of the Original Composer(s) - 'Post Radio' seeks to present familiar sounds through a different, yet familiar paradigm, not to accept them unto itself.
Ask questions. More importantly though, please be nice to one another, and please have respect for the home we share together, let's make the most of it. Let's all be happy.
This album is best enjoyed while driving.