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One

by sroM

In the debut album “one,” sroM manipulates an arsenal of vintage analog synthesizers to create hypnotic textures within an altered sonic reality.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. Temporal Dilation
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2. The Spontaneous Rupture of Membranes
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3. Anger Turned Inward
6:09 $0.99
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4. And the Wind Gave Birth to You
5:27 $0.99
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5. There Is Always Enough Time
5:24 $0.99
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6. The Enigma of My Bleeding Heart
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7. You Can Baptize Me in the Grave
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8. Spontaneous Regeneration
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Written, performed, recorded, mixed and produced by sroM.
Mastered by Steven Langdon, Langdon Productions.
Album design by Marcelo Radulovich. Photography by Felix Bachmeier.

Side A 1. temporal dilation 2. the spontaneous rupture of membranes 3. anger turned inward Side B 4. and the wind gave birth to you 5. there is always enough time 6 . the enigma of my bleeding heart Bonus material (digital format only): 7. you can baptize me in the grave 8. spontaneous regeneration

Available as a 6-song LP (on 180 gram audiophile quality vinyl) with downloadable bonus material or as an 8-song digital album.

sroM, an acronym for the “spontaneous rupture of membranes” (the medical term for breaking water during birth), is a project dedicated to exploring the intuitive process of creating sonic textures through improvisation with electronic instruments. In the debut album “one,” sroM manipulates an arsenal of vintage analog synthesizers to create hypnotic textures within an altered sonic reality. Freedom and ex- pression is found within restraint, as a world within a single waveform evolves and unfolds. Each track explores the sonic potential of a single note, recorded on a single track, in one improvised take. All mu- sical content is created by the reprogramming of the analog instrument on the fly, and only very limited signal processing is added after the initial recorded take. The goal result for the listener is immersion within an evocative sound environment and an altered perception of the passage of time.

sroM is the solo project of Stephanie Robinson - composer, keyboardist, installation artist, recording engineer, and vocalist. She has concentrated many of her recent compositional efforts on theatre projects and works professionally as a theatrical sound designer and composer. Additionally, she is an active performer of a variety of musical styles and genres, ranging from opera to church music, and performance art to heavy metal. Currently employed by Amherst College's Department of Theatre and Dance, Robinson teaches courses on sound design for theatre, installation art, dance, and multimedia. In her spare time, she is an avid runner of ultramarathon distances of 100 miles or longer.

Website: http://www.sromusik.com

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