- 1. Cyborgian Neurology 4.58 6231 plays
- 2. Nina Georgieva - Homo Necans (Dusty Fungus Remix) 5.13 1052 plays 60.0 BPM
- 3. Tactile Illusions 5.53 1203 plays
- 4. Dusty Fungus - (Post)-Apocalyptic Romanticism/Obsessions of Doomsday 4.28 1194 plays 120.0 BPM
- 5. Sepulchral Resonance 1.23 781 plays
- 6. Glitchmachines FRAGMENT - Macropack - Dusty Fungus Extended Demo: Free Download WAV 3.15 766 plays
- 7. WIP: Diuretic Laxative 2.56 852 plays
- 8. For the Lack of Bass 0.25 687 plays
- 1. Work in Progress: The Frailty of Flesh and The Hardness of Heart 5.09 3187 plays
- 2. Work in Progress: The Memories Never Fade 1.23 1043 plays
- 3. The Anthropic Principle 4.08 1269 plays 180.0 BPM
- 4. Work in Progress: Death to The Endogenous Fallacy Generator 2.21 952 plays 168.0 BPM
- 5. Work in Progress: Tears in Her Eyes 4.00 842 plays 0.0 BPM
- 6. Work in Progress: Those Nights of Acid & Nonsense 2.16 805 plays 0.0 BPM
- 7. Surreal Futurist 2.00 1412 plays
- 8. Aphorisms and Interludes (unmastered) 6.36 908 plays 65.0 BPM
- 9. Work in Progress: In Love With a Geisha 4.10 840 plays 96.0 BPM
- 10. Fidget Midget - Unmastered 5.06 865 plays
- 11. Work In Progress: Death of a Lover in a Balkan Bazaar 5.09 717 plays
- 12. Work in progress: Ossified 5.18 858 plays
- 13. Work In Progress: Bowed Mantle 6.44 899 plays
- 14. Work In Progress: Maintaining an Open Mind 5.07 908 plays
- 15. Work In Progress: Reincarnation of a Pharaoh 5.01 847 plays
- 16. Contextual Reconfiguration 5.12 674 plays
- 17. Work in Progress: Tinnitus & Silence; My Long Time Friends 5.27 476 plays
- 18. Work In Progress: Rhapsodic Antipode (Heart Song - Sonia Slany Remix) 5.22 530 plays
- 19. Work in Progress: Nostalgic Prōclīvitās 6.22 488 plays
- 20. Work in Progress: To Dance With Death.......The Waltz Perhaps? 5.31 508 plays
- 21. Work in Progress: My Audio Buffer Settings are Fucked 3.33 466 plays
- 22. Work in Progress: Vibratory Osmosis 3.00 416 plays
- 23. Work in Progress: Vacuus Kronos 1.33 367 plays
- 24. Sentient Sound Design - Cinematic Frequencies Tech Fx Preview 0.44 636 plays
- 1. SSD02_Behind The Fridge 2 - Free Sample 48K-24bit 0.36 696 plays
- 2. Sentient Sound Design - Drum Tools Preview 0.32 580 plays
- 3. EGA DVD Menu Loop 0.37 520 plays
- 4. Free Sample Pack- Bent As Fuck Speak & Read (48k-24bit) 8.32 805 plays
- 5. Furby Trash 88.2k Wav sample pack USE AS YOU WISH! 5.17 703 plays
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Dusty Fungus embodies the Synaesthetic nature of the human sensorium whilst complimenting the manifold opulence of experience and being.
Born in Cairns and now living in Brisbane, I have a deep seated passion for a variety of musical genres. I maintain an affiliation with ambiance, evolving soundscapes and waveforms that convey meaning through our senses. My intention is to contradict the rudiments of the western musical tradition, which has placed greater emphasis on the cerebral processing of musical sound, rather than the raw bodily reaction to sound per se .
My project, Dusty Fungus, nurtures our synaesthetic body and channels listeners through a range of aural environments that intend to stimulate unseen, unspeakable and unforgettable realms of experience through tickling the most primal areas of our neo-cortex. Furthermore, through the participation in a variety of dance styles ranging from Ballroom, New Vogue and Latin Dusty Fungus has cultivated a personal appreciation and love of “Body-Music”.
With a love for all soundwaves; infrasonic, audible, corrupted, mangled, dusty scratched vinyls, fungi infected CDs, digital, analogue, harsh, soft, cold, warm, sweet, sour, round, flat, big, small, dark, bright, boomy, tinny, broken, whole, fragmented, micro, macro, spicy, fried, overcooked, raw and all those in between. Dusty fungus pays homage to the vast array of human capabilities of sonic production and moreover our ability to discretely transduce and taste them accordingly.
Whilst some of my music may please, calm and tranquilize by providing an aural space for one to come to ones senses and make sense of ones reality ensemble that is your body. Other areas of my music will take all those sounds you never want to hear and vehemently bulldozer them up your anus, reverberate them around your hips before taking refuge in your neurons where they slowly digest the last giblets of what you claim to be sanity.
My initial connection to music production and knowledge was through the piano at the age of 9, which continued for the rest of my primary school years. As my musical taste matured and diversified with age I began playing electric guitar and programming Metal oriented beats in FL studio around the age of 15. After 3 years of guitar, little knowledge of the fret board due to countless hours of my time being spent tweaking FXs and well, basically spacing out with Feedback, Reverb, Delay and harmonics I realized I should move on from guitar and into the world of Synthesizers. This is where my desire for sonic landscapes flourished.
I am a self confessed gear addict and admit there isn't many other things in the world that please me more than tweaking knobs, pushing buttons, pulling apart electronic devices, watching LED lights blink and meters respond to various inputs. True love is beautiful isn't it?
As well as a fervor for all soundwaves and their benchmark, silence. I also have a passion for philosophy and the study of humans and in 2010 completed a Bachelor of Social Science with Honours in Anthropology. My thesis is entitled Synaesthetic Beats & Stomping Feet: An investigation of the human sensorium through an Acoustical and Biocultural analysis of Ritual Trance in the context of the Australia “Bush Doof” Dancefloor . If your interested in reading it simply email me and I'll send you a PDF copy. It was a necessity for me to tie Music, Dance, Ritual and Entheogens together in my academic life in order to embrace all my interests holistically and professionally.
I aim to continue my academic career in Anthropology and ethnomusicology with the concept of synaesthesia and “Body-Knowledge” as a backbone for both my future academic and music production endeavors