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second chance

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second chance

Explore the world of 'second chance' with your mouse and the WASD keys. Principal development occurred during a Unity workshop at gli.tc/h 2112. Don't fall.

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MD5: 4f67f4888f3da39911b4e992f78b7d5b

zulu

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zulu

written & recorded by tyler etters and adam j. moore on march 28 2015 at endless field studios. album cover artwork by adam j. moore with additional treatment by tyler etters.

Swing State, Feb 27

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The end of an age.

Join Endless Field Studios as we celebrate Swing State and everything the venue has done for the Northern Illinois music community over the years. Swing State will always have a special place in our hearts.

Performances by Dead Pawn, Lake Radio, Lunar Day, Bridges of Königsberg, Sioum, and the northern information movement.

the phantoms of our lost cause

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the phantoms of our lost cause

From the digital liner notes: "these are the phantoms of our lost cause. this album is my shroud of ghosts, the remnants, the lingering possibilities from timelines tangential. but make no mistake, dear listener: this is no album of b-sides. writing 'the geometrie of our lost cause' was something of a creative renaissance for me. more wavs, samples, beats and guitar drones filled my drives than i knew what to do with (and certainly more than would be appropriate for 'immemorial'). much of that remaining phantasmal material is now presented here. but there are songs from other times, too. 'there is no death, only reorganization' dates back to the 'terraforms' age; 'the secret symmetries of oakwood hills' was almost released on 'blue, the most celestial color'; 'nausicaƤ' holds the seeds of 'northern illinois'; the 'mainframe' movement in 'getageese' emerged from the 'serial index of unclaimed memories' sessions. once all of this music was sourced, exhumed, and resampled i loaded it up into my rig and rehearsed the album as though i were performing live. later, one of those hazey sessions would be promoted to the final mix in a largely unedited form. one final note regarding mastering and the great loudness war: i opted for a subtle compression level this time around. think of it as both study in dynamics and interactivity with your volume controls. and thus begins the second trilogy..."

Here is the video for 'there is no death, only reorganization' off the album 'the phantoms of our lost cause':

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