HABAFROPZIPULOPS

by City of the Asleep

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xenharmonicgod A lot of cool static-sounding riffs that change with a great sense of pacing. I am always amazed by how quickly Jason can make a xenharmonic tuning sound familiar even when it should not be; he's got a real gift for that. P.S. You really should buy this, because the explanation of 21-equal that comes with it is excellent. Favorite track: G'Broagfran's Secret Nipple.
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An album of surreal, noisy, polyrhythmic surf-prog, performed entirely in 21 equal divisions of the octave. Written, recorded, mixed, and mastered in a month.

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released July 25, 2019

Igliashon Jones: all guitars, drum programming, synths, keyboards, vocals, sound design, composition, engineering, mixing, and artwork. Mastered with LANDR.

J.R. "Bob" Dobbs and the Church of the SubGenius: track names, narrative inspiration, and my eternal salvation. Go buy a membership and save your psoul!

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City of the Asleep Portland, Oregon

Instrumental music, often blending glitch and EDM with surf, progressive rock, classical, and avant-garde experimentalism. Heavy doses of surrealism/absurdism. Sound-paintings, non-ambient dreamscapes. Frequently microtonal/xenharmonic!

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