Prospero | Freedom and the Process

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Freedom and the Process

by Prospero

12 tracks of delicate electronic noise and glitch coalescing into an ambient tapestry of melodic guitar and silvery experimental processing. A sound of the future, of the satiny dreams of mechanical things spiraling around an eternal core.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. Genetic Behavior
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2. Result of the Collision
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3. Maybe Once He Did
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4. Molecular Aasembly
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5. Conditional Landing Probabilities
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6. Edible Dream Mass
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7. Sounds of Memory
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8. Freedom and the Process
3:00 $0.99
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9. Mandorla
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10. The Way They Landed
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11. Talking with a Stranger
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12. Erif Bin Air
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Freedom And The Process is an ambient minimalist electronic exploration of self-assembling molecular structures and the interactions between various sonic components.
The entity known as Prospero discovered The Process behind the symbol of the cosmic view. Time opened up the walls. Strange molecules swirled in one quadrant while Prospero established himself as the center. A dialogue was initiated.

Prospero experienced some unpredictable revelations during the experiment, revelations difficult to brush aside. He came to reduce the whole of existence to just the whim of that strange structure known as The Process. Together The Process and Prospero lamented the demise of freedom.

"Freedom doesn't have a sole existence," The Process explained, "Music has a sole existence. Freedom crops up. Freedom is secondary. However, The Process and freedom aren't enemies."

Thus, Prospero delivers to you the power that can not help, condensed into 12 tracks of delicate electronic noise and glitch coalescing into an ambient tapestry of melodic guitar and silvery experimental processing. A sound of the future, of the satiny dreams of mechanical things spiraling around an eternal core.

(Actually it isn't anything. It's all a dream. Process is now the whole cosmos itself. This is how it began.)

Prospero now maintains that the simple action of talking with a stranger is the goal of the universe and all its entities. If you will accept this collect call from The Process click buy below.

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