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Curio (libertederive)

Mark Rushton on December 01, 2012 21:09

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    Using the same source files as I did for "Gesture (disquiet0048-libertederive)", I have created a completely different piece of sound-art called "Curio (libertederive)".

    As you'll notice, Curio sounds way different than Gesture. It's still rhythmic, but it's way slower and lower-pitched. There's a lot of air between the scenes. There's more space to stretch out. It's a lonelier industrial landscape.

    Since it's over 8 minutes in length, Curio falls outside the upper time limit for Disquiet Junto 48 so I won't be tagging it as such, and anyway I've already added Gesture as my contribution, but I wanted to make it available since I recently re-upgraded to a Soundcloud Premium Solo account. And in the spirit of things I'll be making it as a free download with a Creative Commons license to creative derivative works based on it.

    This track is comprised of three pieces of music, all originally released on Three Legs Duck: “Unloop Hullaballoo” off The Fleet’s Lit Up by Alex Charles and Richard Sanderson, “Etude” off Emosphere by !Kung, and “04:54AM” off Four AM at Dusk Jérôme Poirier. More on the Three Legs Duck netlabel, and the original versions of these tracks, at

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    "Curio (libertederive)" by Mark Rushton is licensed under a Creative Commons License

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