Brooklyn, United States
My name is Jet Ghost. I use a microphone, sampler and effects processors to improvise ambient drones, then I record them and share them with you. I hope you enjoy the results.
Jet Ghost can be heard here:
Argali Records is proud to present our first compilation: "Time Will Pass". While there is no specific 'theme' for this collection, initially a text was written by John Lithium explaining some of the concepts around the 'time will pass' set of ideas (namely, the permeability of time, the impermanence of fixed events and objects, and the subjective nature of sensory experience) [more on this can be found at the original post here: http://johnlithium.com/2012/04/28/now-accepting-submissions-for-the-time-will-pass-compilation-on-argali-records-netlabel/]. As with many long gestating projects, the ultimate focus is on the music.
Thus, we present to you, the listener, an eclectic mix of otherworldly textures, jazz-inflected jams, dub turntabalism, foreboding dark ambient soundscapes, avant-garde industrial revelations, and blistering noise fury. Instead of focusing our hearts and minds on the banality of 'unavoidable catastrophic occurrences' (and how we still manage to pass through unscathed), let's turn towards the future, with auditory expressions equal parts introspection and extraversion. "TIME WILL PASS".
Music for 2013 and subsequent years. THIS ONE'S FOR YOU.
Jet Ghost can also be heard on the Sadayatana Podcast #88:
John Tocher surveys the free music landscape for new and old releases encompassing the realms of avant garde, experimental, electronic, musique concréte, industrial, dada-ist music. A transplant from the Los Angeles area, he now makes his home in southeast Texas near the border with Louisiana --deep in swamp country, where the ambiance is enhanced by cicadas and the occasional hurricane.
Sadayatana airs weekly, Saturdays 8 pm CST at Stillstream.com.
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by Jet Ghost