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Jeff Surak // All Those Born Must Die TAPE

Jeff Surak // All Those Born Must Die TAPE

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The latest batch released in November 2021 by the label The Helen Scarsdale Agency, which is run by the experimental musician Jim Haynes in California, USA, has arrived.

This work is the latest work released by Jeff Surak, an experimental musician in Washington, USA, who presides over the noise label Zeromoon and has been active since the 1980s, limited to 125 pieces.

Contains 6 songs such as noise techno-collage-drone like a sine wave fight.

Labels and other worksArticles /// Click here to see more Helen Scarsdale Agency releases available at Tobira. 

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Helen Scarsdale Agency:

"the investigative sound artist jeff surak is quick to point out that this title should not be interpreted in a negative sense.

surak has been a fixture within the experimental community for many years, curating the sonic circuits festival, programming for rhizomedc, and running his own zeromoon label. His own work manifests non-linear narratives through lo-fi techniques and archaic technologies.

for all those born must die, we are introduced to a quarrelsome transmission of distorted sine waves that rapidly descends and crashes into a splatter of retrograde drum programming, think dome 3 or those highly fetishized synth work-outs from vanity records. Rhythms gallop surge forward amongst seering blast of mid-range white noise. This is an electronic album of analogue synthesis. Yes, it very much is; but to these ears, the impetus is a dada deconstruction on post-punk. Radiantly neon tones, klanging electric ululations, stabs of jagged arpeggio, and mercurial ambience slide and slip through these off-kilter, reactively unstable tracks, all of which belies surak's sophisticated application of recursive melody and rhythm.

consider conrad schnitzler '80s constructs, bruce gilbert's divergent experimentation, those tolerance records on vanity, and then, john cage's imaginary landscape for a proper amount of radiophonic patina. Together such would land somewhere close to jeff surak's all those born must die. "

Artist: Jeff Surak

Label: Label: Helen Scarsdale Agency

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The latest batch released in November 2021 by the label The Helen Scarsdale Agency, which is run by the experimental musician Jim Haynes in California, USA, has arrived.

This work is the latest work released by Jeff Surak, an experimental musician in Washington, USA, who presides over the noise label Zeromoon and has been active since the 1980s, limited to 125 pieces.

Contains 6 songs such as noise techno-collage-drone like a sine wave fight.

Labels and other worksArticles /// Click here to see more Helen Scarsdale Agency releases available at Tobira. 

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Helen Scarsdale Agency:

"the investigative sound artist jeff surak is quick to point out that this title should not be interpreted in a negative sense.

surak has been a fixture within the experimental community for many years, curating the sonic circuits festival, programming for rhizomedc, and running his own zeromoon label. His own work manifests non-linear narratives through lo-fi techniques and archaic technologies.

for all those born must die, we are introduced to a quarrelsome transmission of distorted sine waves that rapidly descends and crashes into a splatter of retrograde drum programming, think dome 3 or those highly fetishized synth work-outs from vanity records. Rhythms gallop surge forward amongst seering blast of mid-range white noise. This is an electronic album of analogue synthesis. Yes, it very much is; but to these ears, the impetus is a dada deconstruction on post-punk. Radiantly neon tones, klanging electric ululations, stabs of jagged arpeggio, and mercurial ambience slide and slip through these off-kilter, reactively unstable tracks, all of which belies surak's sophisticated application of recursive melody and rhythm.

consider conrad schnitzler '80s constructs, bruce gilbert's divergent experimentation, those tolerance records on vanity, and then, john cage's imaginary landscape for a proper amount of radiophonic patina. Together such would land somewhere close to jeff surak's all those born must die. "

Artist: Jeff Surak

Label: Label: Helen Scarsdale Agency