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Divination

by Emerald Suspension

Dark sound collage twists with traditional song structures to somehow find harmony amid some weighty themes.  An experimental synthesis of disillusionment and the divine; faith and fear; the natural, unnatural and the supernatural...& what not.
Genre: Avant Garde: Electro-Acoustic
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1. Call to Prayer
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2. Divination
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3. Mildred Pierce / Millard Fillmore
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4. Six Feet Closer
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5. Fern and Ansel
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6. Not Available
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7. Simple Sabotage
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8. Fear of Flying
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9. The Way That She Prayed / Money Changers
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10. Krofftwerk (From "H.R. Pufnstuf")
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Emerald Suspension creates experimental music and audio art. Their first album, Playing the Market, was based on patterns found in the stock market and economic data. Their creative spirit now takes on new life with their second full length album, DIVINATION.

DIVINATION merges sound collage with traditional song structures to somehow find harmony amid some weighty themes.  A synthesis of disillusionment and the divine; faith and fear; the natural, unnatural and the supernatural.  Too prententious?  Well, at least you will find a rocking arrangement of "Mildred Pierce" by Sonic Youth and a unique cover of H.R. Pufnstuf!

DIVINATION includes plenty of the musical oddities expected from Emerald Suspension.  Arrangements include some recognizable instruments as well as the sounds of:

Morse code drum patterns

Short wave secret number broadcasts

Electric razors

A Muslim call to prayer

Shopping carts

Bowed metal

Readings from a declassified CIA training manual

And other surprises


A little something for all of us sinners.


Divination Credits:

‘Fern and Ansel’ includes ‘Weeping Willow’ written by Scott Joplin. Piano by Mr Tale, Copyright TaleSound. Used by permission.
‘Fear of Flying’ includes ‘Rhapsody in Blue’ excerpts written by George Gershwin.
‘Simple Sabotage’ words read from Strategic Services Field Manual No.3 – Declassified in 2008 by the Central Intelligence Agency [U.S.].
‘Mildred Pierce’ written by Sonic Youth, Copyright Sonic Youth. Recorded by permission - IDBLM 051836.
’‘H.R. Pufnstuf’ theme song written by Les Szarvas (and Paul Simon), Copyright Krofft Sid & Marty Productions Inc. Recorded by permission - IDBLM 051836.
Copyright 2017 Oscillation Productions
All Rights Reserved

Guest Voice Talent:
Andy Coffman
Candy Fabric
Ian Fee
Troy Fee
Moira Healy
Snežana Matic
Stefan Matic
Maryna Nikitina
Mathilde Peraud
Yeah I Wrote That
Production Assistance:
Al Fom Production Studio
Valen Haralambidis
Blindsight Mix
Neks
Ivan Oechsle
Nikola Sunajko
Stock media used by permission from:
Audio Jungle, Apple Hill Studios, Audiomonkery, Boom Opera SFX, Cuttlefish Media, Envato, Lokohighman, Luishpms, Lynne Publishing, MIRU_MIR, Pond5, SilverHoof, Sound Ideas, SoundBits
Shortwave radio broadcasts and waterfall graphs accessed courtesy of radio club ETGD at the University of Twente.
Mistukurina owstoni head image by Dianne Bray / Museum Victoria, CC BY 3.0 au.
Plate 36 skeleton illustration from Osteographia by W illiam Cheselden, published 1733 and hosted online by the
National Library of Medicine.
Mosaic image used by permission from Mosaico.com

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