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Fruits of the Decision Tree by Overcalc

2022, Sleeping Giant Glossolalia

Recorded (what feels like a billion moments ago) at the outset of world’s shutdown (followed by eerie”recovery period”), these basement tracks finally see the light of day on vinyl, via Sleeping Giant Glossolalia.

Keeping an unconventional, less polished production value, warts and all, comports with the nature of these quasi-songs. As we further collapse the discrete into the continuous, or at least maintain that illusion through pathological infinitesimalization of information capture, we may bear in mind that our sensory baselines are forever changing.”

Overcalc

Bandcamp: https://overcalc.bandcamp.com/
IG: @overcalc | @mowolo


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