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The Geometry Cacophony

by Ck Overzero

Modern Compositions embracing Alternative Avant-garde Ambient Trance Electronic Computer Art Music, inspired and influenced by contemporary artists and composers.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Synaesthesia
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2. Brave New World
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3. On Thin Ice
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4. When Money Dreams
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5. Square the Circle
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6. Prelude to a Trance
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7. Tempo Limbo
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8. And Another Thing
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Album Notes
The Geometry Cacophony was inspired by a sensation I had when walking past the site of a new retail development in town. For a moment I was unable to distinguish between the look of the structure and the sounds emanating from it. Even though these separate sensations were experienced through different parts of the brain they nevertheless seemed to be in harmony with each other, albeit in a discordant sort of way. This was reminiscent of a phenomenon known as Synaesthesia which, appropriately enough, became the title of the first movement and the focal preoccupation for the whole album.

Running concurrently with this theme and weaving its way in and out, was a concern for the ramifications of the country's (then) year old referendum and a desire to understand what might really have been going on in people's minds that could explain or justify the compulsion for self harm and destruction. The entire nation seemed to be going through a collective mental breakdown which no amount of rational argument could resolve. Thus 'The Geometry Cacophony' is indeed a product of living through these particularly interesting times.

Compared to that, the upheaval of leaving the town in which I was born and lived most of my life to relocate to the coast, adds an additional dreamlike detached quality to the piece, quite in keeping with its dissociational genesis.

© Chris Klein 2018



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