The Tleilaxu Music Machine


Reproduction as Resource Management & Brainwashed Goodwill — The Indistinguishable Lyrics

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Reproduxion as Resource Management; Brainwashed Goodwill

—REPRODUCTION AS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT???—

what is the obsession with breeding
when the focus is not teaching but indoctrination
there is no need for more humans
but if there are more should not they at least be sent on an interesting path
rather than forced into a specific route?

if in your mind the best a child can do
is listen to everything you say
and follow your ways exactly
are you just using reproduxion as resource management?

—BRAINWASHED GOODWILL—

no way to break through the fundamental lack of conception
which appears once the supertech struxure has been adopted
as a form of protection against thought for one’s self

the weakling self needs these structures to avoid the responsibility
that might be introduced into the system
if it is making decisions based on its own calculations and conclusions

this would not be such an issue were it not involving
impositions into the lives of others in order to attempt
an absorption into the super-struxure of command it adopted for its own well-being

it is an unfortunate fact that
–though that self may think it is helping others live better–
brainwashed goodwill does not create good with its will



A Flow of Code (in reverse) — Experimental noise, ambient soundscapes

scratchy static drawings flow of code in reverse noise album cover

http://ttmm.bandcamp.com/album/a-flow-of-code-in-reverse

Available for free / set your own price.

Tracklisting :::

1. All Hangs Together (rev)
2. The Pattern Dome (rev)
3. Fluid Solid Motion (rev)
4. Cognitive Dissonance (rev)
5. A Convergence (rev)
6. Experiential Information (rev)
7. Understand (rev)
8. Dislocation (rev)
9. Fear Stunts Progress (rev)
10. Esoteric Focus (rev)
11. Pixelated Reality Textures (rev)
12. Empirical Elimination (rev)
13. Consciousness After Death (rev)

“A Flow of Code” was originally released a million years ago, and is a collection of various experimental noise soundscapes I created between 2000 and 2003. After a couple of years, I decided to turn the entire album around and play it in reverse from the end of the last track to the beginning of the first. Brilliant, no? I found it created an entirely new atmosphere for the record and I quite enjoyed it.

The nature of these types of compositions lends itself to such twistery; indeed without my explanation, I doubt anybody would be the wiser. To me, the purpose of “noise” and “ambient” music is to create subtle mood shifts and a potential multiplicity of non-physical environments that the listener flows through as if being carried along by a river in space (or the not-so-subtle thrust down a rocky waterfall, as it may be). The experience of listening is more akin to being in a wide open world of as yet undefined possibilities and feelings, whereas the rigidly structured rhythms & tonalities of songs tend to bring the listener via a predefined route to a specific destination. Perhaps noise does this too, but the ride is at very least much stranger, the destination more obscure.

Additionally, the amount of aural data in noise compositions tends to be exponentially greater than otherwise repetitive songs, giving the attentive listener much more information to process and incorporate into their realtime experience of existence while listening. In this way I find it similar to nature–a complex textural layering of data upon data upon data, much of it never repeated exactly, only in infinite variations if at all.

The most appropriate way to take in this album (and others like it) is to relax, dip into a meditative state, close your eyes and see where it takes you…

The original version is available here :::

http://www.last.fm/music/The+Tleilaxu+Music+Machine/A+Flow+of+Code

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A Flow of Code was also released in Germany in 2003 as a limited edition CDr in a machine-sewn sleeve by noise / experimental DIY label Minor (catalog number MINOR009). Images from this release can be seen in the images section of the discogs.com release page.

Read two reviews from European print zines of the Minor release

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Schizobeat Mixtape – DJ Set for So Simple Radio broadcast Dec 7th/8th

Stream it here (mixcloud)

Download it here (mediafire)

DJ set mixed together using FOOBAR & WINAMP! Total cross-genre unpredictable weirdness. Fun times! This is the 1st actual party dj set i did………..traditionally i’ve predominantly been a producer per4mer ;;;;;;))))) Original broadcast of the So Simple Radio episode on Dec 7th/8th 2010 can be found here.

THEORY:::
i like shit where there’s a ton of switchups. it keeps people on their toes and tests their ability to adapt to a bunch of changes while keeping it all still within the realm of party music–stuff inspired by and/or experimenting with shit you can get down to at a proper party.

a lot of this particular mix is definitely lo-fi. some of the tracks could for sure be produced & mixed better for soundsystems, but it generally reflects the way i feel about mixing shit up genre-wise. the schizo approach encourages variety and adaptability while precluding a scene from becoming super stagnant, as one will if it is based on only one particular vibe or style, for ex: all dubstep, all hardcore, all breakcore, all electro… if a style (of mixes, parties, productions, etc) is cultivated which can include ANY type of party music, the whole thing is wide open, and creativity will flourish…….

Tracklisting:

1. trustfundkilla – sugar coated demon arise
2. gizmode – sincethecrackstep
3. sakura pups – WHATTHEFUCK!?!?You Destroyed My Track…Fuck You, Timbaland, You’re FIRED!!!
4. djcrabhat – can you make a hipster beat
5. sick to the back teeth – Staggering Around With Eyes Crossed
6. pygmy guru – existence cylindrical
7. pygmy guru – you are frogger
8. silas ciarán – a pretty little ditty
9. silencide – sirba
10. retrigger – mean a swing
11. sleepers – eating raoul
12. owl challenger – kaleidoscopic hiccups
13. stallio / th’ mole – a spell to kill dancefloors
14. eustachian – my name is roar roar
15. whourkr – freugz
16. terbo ted – thrashifier
17. divag – damn chip
18. fishwod – ooh what a life
19. vernon lenoir – brazilicon alley




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