Artist: Fourteen Zeros
Label: Torrentech netlabel
01. Breakfest (3:48)
02. Brunch (5:57)
03. Lunch (5:49)
04. Tea (5:23)
05. Dinner (5:48)
06. Bonus: WuMaster (9:42)
07. Bonus: Junky (3:46)
Don't worry if the melody becomes random, that's intentional, yeah. If the melody looses its connection to the rhythm, there is nothing wrong with it. Even if you loose the touch with reality while you're listening, there's nothing wrong there too, because this music is made to put you in some abstract worlds where the only rule is that there's no rules. The only thing that you should worry about is actually not to listen to this stuff too much, realising in the end it may not be of much help if you want to increase your mental awareness of the real world
. Let me be direct and descriptive: this is actually some very good hypnotizing shit: glitchy, bleepy, noisy, repetitive, but sensible, melodic and rhythmic in the other hand.
Sounds are well produced, the trips should be a decent copy of composer's mind, this one is very enjoyable by ones who "want more from the music". Just one thing more, really pay attention to recorded phone call linked down there! Weirdo...
Message from author:
There is no method or purpose in the production of Meals. It is a strictly nihilistic endevour. The album was produced with Ableton in a single day in 2007. Fourteen Zero's instructed me to tell Torrentech listeners that he died during the album's production. A recorded phone call
is included with this note.
I would describe the Fourteen Zero's music as a large nimbus cloud. Gaze into the cloud and you can perceive elephants, spaghetti, or kingdoms in the sky. Or, as one listener described the music on myspace: "It sounds like a thousand pebbles in a washing machine."
It is great experimental music and fun to mix.
~ Sean Eddy
sean [at] soundsdeep.comhttp://www.soundsdeep.com/
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This post has been checked by pyc: 15. Nov 2016, 22:02