Issue 03 continues a multi-chapter meditation on the ways by which systemic racism and imperialism sit at the core of the surveillance state. The invention of whiteness as a means to define/divide & rule. The dehumanization of others and the militarization of our surroundings.
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I really like that this album has so many interesting things going on; usually with these ambient-type things they'll have repetition as a motif, and that's fine and good, but this really stands out because it has its own atmosphere, one that is nocturnal and thrilling. It's certainly one of the best modern works ever made. catfoodcanopener
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Caos and Harmony coexist if they go hand by hand with Melody. Becoming N(one) could be a dream that becomes a nightmare, galactic sounds that mix together until they create a cold, eerie ambient that sucks you up till the end. Masterpiece. 9.7/10 Liber
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I haven't heard anything like this album. Somehow it feels like a perfect description of the disconnected/hyper-connected place society finds itself in, I like that there is an ambiguousness about this work; it's not clear if artifical intelligences are here to help us or destroy us. Ferraro allows the listener space to think for themselves in his own distinctive vision. I paint while listening to this album, I find it creatively very inspiring. David Hilliard