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    Purple Crow
    Dark, Electroacoustic, Experimental, Drone, Noise, Phonography, Soundscape, Surrealism, Voice, Ambient. Music Production. Digital editing. Album mastering. Radio station 24/7: Chaotic Resonance
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  • "I couldn’t have wished for a better introduction to the work of Purple Crow." Psymon Marshall.

    Purple Crow - Blue Grey.
    August 10, 2019

    Album: Blue Grey
    Artist: Purple Crow
    Label: Self-released
    Catalogue no: N/A

    1. Blue Grey
    2. Pipe
    3. Flowing
    4. Blue Grey (Radio edit)
    5. Pipe (Radio Edit)
    6. Flowing (Radio edit)

    You know you’re onto something when the first track (‘Blue Grey’) by this Canadian project opens with a shimmering plane of ebbing and flowing ringing tones that swing in from nowhere, hovers somewhere between your ears, and has the effect of transporting you outside yourself. You find yourself floating somewhere in the timeless interstitial spaces between being/non-being, knowing/not knowing, active/static. It’s a place where all states exist, and simultaneously where nothing happens. Here is where you swim, insensate and yet aware, existing in a condition of euphoria and beatitude, borne along by unfelt currents. All conditions pertain here: not only is there the feeling of bliss but it’s chased by an undercurrent tending towards chaos, a soft but insistent growling emerging through breaks in the roiling background. It’s not threatening, but it still carries a thrill of warning, signalling it shouldn’t be ignored.

    ‘Pipe’ steals in stealthily, a gentle humming occasionally broken by vibrating drones that hang suspended like motes in sunlight. As it progresses one imagines a blue sky against which white clouds drift past and evolve in slow motion, transforming, breaking apart, and reforming. Shapes and stories can read into the gradual billows and curls unfolding, expanding and contracting, revealing and hiding in a progressive unveiling. It’s a secret language, a natural one, the key to which could lift the obscuring curtain from our eyes to reveal the hidden things. Imperceptibly, however, the clouds grow greyer and darker, perhaps a note of caution that everything changes and nothing stays the same.

    In the last offering ‘Flowing’, a low bass drone flies in as from a distance, a granular buzz that, swirls, gyrates, and propels itself through the stratospheric heights above our heads, perhaps an obscure call from the remote cold and frigid boundaries. It’s an all-pervasive blanket of sound, embracing and enfolding, energising and invigorating. It’s the species of drone that seeps into the skin and settles, suffusing the system with a thrilling intensity. One cannot help but feel carried along with its flow, a liberating cascade of thoughts and feelings, letting the streams propel us wither it wants to roam. It’s exhilarating yet precarious, comforting but simultaneously disconcerting.

    These are scintillating creations, awash with subtle textural nuances and microtonic variations, always hovering somewhere between divine and earthy, free-flying and gravity-imprisoned. Each of the compositions lasts twenty minutes or longer, allowing each one to unfold gradually and logically, but never losing their focus or impetus. I found the suite as a whole strangely compelling, yin and yang in equal measure but with graduated shades in between. The art here though is that, despite an apparently limited palette, there’s still a sense of a broad spectrum of colour and detail, nuanced inevitably of course, but still there. I couldn’t have wished for a better introduction to the work of Purple Crow.

    (The final three tracks are shortened, edited versions specifically engineered for radio broadcast, a précis if you like of the full track.)

    Available as a digital download from:

    Psymon Marshall 2019
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  • From a Russian friend with a great music label.

    Within seconds I am inspired to do more music... when I have time after a big stressful move. I really need to find more unique locations for new field recordings to process first. Meanwhile, this album is worth paying for the effort they made to bring us such beautiful remote location recordings of nature with such delightful layers of music. :>

    "Today is a good day to present you a new album by Med Gen, who is known for his wanderings in the woods and recording lots of nature sounds to incorporate his ambient meanderings. This album is probably the calmest work in the project's catalog so far ~ its slowly emerging drones were made with an old broken accordion and besides these slow waves of harmony, some percussive elements and occasional clay flute melodies the voices of nature reign this 75 minute-long journey."

    It's pay-what-you-want and digital-only for now:
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  • I may have a place and not be on the street August 1st! Dragons helping dragons (PC helps himself).

    Meanwhile use my radio station address for all physical mailings.
    Chaotic Resonance
    Unit 72
    3345 Kingsway
    Vancouver BC Canada

    Phone number may change... and for that you'll have to ask me directly if you want it. (And if I respect you, you'll get it).

    *** Hermit level increase to maximum (while still in a city). ***

    Rants will still be posted on anti-social media accounts on occasion and as certain news items interest me (when available).

    And of course I'll be editing all forms of digital audio 60% of my days almost every day. Need something done for your albums (after the 5th of Aug)? Just ask, and offer a fair rate (I'll need the donations).

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  • All the big digital communication companies are dying by their own hands by playing the game. Stop it!

    Facebook Put a Fatwa On Me.
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  • Music that sustains me, my only reason to exist. (PC)

    We are pleased to present the debut full-length album of the Berlin-based project Notum! Despite releasing a debut full-length only now, Notum is not a newcomer to the world of experimental music. The first digital EP "Wooden Grandmother" was released back in 2015 and was followed by a series of self-released EPs, last year there was a joint cassette with Neznamo, and a while back the project’s mastermind Ikk Ygg even played a couple of times in a live line-up of Lunar Abyss Deus Organum.

    It's damn hard to describe the music of Notum in just a couple of succinct words, although the author himself uses the terms "experimental / free-form". The unwillingness to follow any particular musical style creates an interesting multiverse in which the listener moves from room to room, sometimes without even noticing how this happens. Here you are crinkling from noise and shrill frequencies (one track is recorded with the drone-noise project Kryptogen Rundfunk), then you are relaxing from a soft piano, totally sinking in an odorous floral drone – and bam! – jumping from an unexpected sample, foolishly giggling, and then starting to tap your foot, sometimes breaking into a real dance.

    It all sounds like a psychedelic labyrinth built by a sonic architect with a brisk imagination and a peculiar sense of humor, or a bright morning dream in which scenes are changing in an unpredictable way, completely absorbing the dreamer. The oneiric theme is also emphasized by the incredible artwork created by the Californian artist and musician Matthew Waldron (irr. app. (ext.)). The physical edition of the album is available in two versions: a CD limited to 100 copies in a glossy 4-panel digisleeve and an audio cassette limited to 30 copies.
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  • Mel's hole - The ORIGINAL REAL one - Photo taken from old print out.

    I can't believe I just re-found this!!!!! NO ONE owns the original photo anymore - It's been STRIPPED from the entire internet not long after the military took it over. Even my own digital copy 'went missing' from my own hard drive a few years later and no one knows why!!!

    I could get into a LOT of "trouble" for sharing this publicly. This site has been owned by the US Military since the mid 1990's after Mel went on the Art Bell radio show and described YEARS of paranormal activity at this exact site, HIS OWN LAND, where the seemingly bored out hole is a 'bottomless' pit where even old native legends say to 'Stay away from this evil place'. You can launch whole fridges into this thing and it'll fall a few feet and then go completely SILENT as the fridge, or whatever else you throw down it, keeps on falling forever in silence, hitting nothing else on the way down. No animal will go near this area!!

    There are follow up stories after the original which are all distraction from the original. If you try to get the ORIGINAL DATA and PHOTOS and EXACT LOCATION of "Mels' Hole" (Military location ever since the mid 90's) you WILL LOSE more than just your data and photos, YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED. This is the REAL ORIGINAL PHOTO from my old X-Files that I just happened to rediscover today... on an old colour printout. Low quality but as I said, even my digital originals went 'missing' and no one can explain why.

    HIDE THIS IMAGE if you want to, at your own risk! Make several copies and stash everywhere if you do... they will 'go missing' otherwise.

    If this was 'nothing'... why and HOW are those involved so intent on REMOVING THIS IMAGE AND LOCATION FROM HISTORY and adding misleading stories and FAKE photos in its place?! And why did the US Military take the entire region over against Mel's will?! Ponder how serious this place must truly be.

    Not even Google AI has any idea what this place is.
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  • This is why the market needs to be free and not regulated to death...all the giant tech firms WANT the regulation because it's hell on start basically legislates the competetion out of existence & the giant tech firms pass any costs on to advertisers or users...
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  • Wrongfully incarcerated soldier needs a pardon ASAP
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  • 2000 people accessed the password info 9 million times...with the known "diligence" facsistbook has shown in the past, how thorough of an investigation into this do you think fascistbook has conducted? I would be totally surprised if more than 20 inquirys have been made...
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