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Eara

by Earadiate

A free-form improvised album based on the chemistry of the players, with a heavy dose of live-drum grooves and electronic herbs and spices.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Free Jazz
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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An evolving, studio-based experimental music project, EARadiate draws from a rich Jazz and World Music history, combining modern electronic sensibility and production techniques to bring forth a unique sound that captures a few brief moments in spacetime. This album is best experienced as a whole. As with many things, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

EARadiate / EARa is a timely reflection of the corrosive politics and culture of technological war in our modern world - simultaneously hopeful, yet cognizant of the ongoing struggle of humans to evolve to a point of planetary sustainability. Can we survive this irradiated era? Can we survive ourselves? A soundtrack for our global paradigm shift.

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