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Territorial Gobbing // Watched over by the Machines of Shaddup You Face CDR

Territorial Gobbing // Watched over by the Machines of Shaddup You Face CDR

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The label Minimal Resource Manipulation, which is presided over by the sound writer Matt Atkins in London, England, has arrived for the first time in Japan.

This work is the latest work released in May 2021 by the country's junk concrète writer Territorial Gobbing.It's still a scum sound collage.

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here To See More Minimal Resource Manipulation ReleaseS Available at tobira. 

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'Watched Over By Machines of Shaddup You Face' is two pieces of janky concrete music constructed under fairly lax restraints. The first piece involved getting as much sonic blood out of balloons (no popping allowed!) While the 2nd is precariously balanced on a single violin jab. Combining extended basement clutter jams, fed into the tiny no-fi maw of a dictaphone mic, with crisp (kinda) hi-fi close-miced details, virtual modular messabout and ASMR ripped off the internet into ominousless daft-ambience for a hypothetical Looney Tunes art-house horror flick. (TG)

artist: Territorial Gobbing

label: Minimal Resource Manipulation

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The label Minimal Resource Manipulation, which is presided over by the sound writer Matt Atkins in London, England, has arrived for the first time in Japan.

This work is the latest work released in May 2021 by the country's junk concrète writer Territorial Gobbing.It's still a scum sound collage.

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here To See More Minimal Resource Manipulation ReleaseS Available at tobira. 

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'Watched Over By Machines of Shaddup You Face' is two pieces of janky concrete music constructed under fairly lax restraints. The first piece involved getting as much sonic blood out of balloons (no popping allowed!) While the 2nd is precariously balanced on a single violin jab. Combining extended basement clutter jams, fed into the tiny no-fi maw of a dictaphone mic, with crisp (kinda) hi-fi close-miced details, virtual modular messabout and ASMR ripped off the internet into ominousless daft-ambience for a hypothetical Looney Tunes art-house horror flick. (TG)

artist: Territorial Gobbing

label: Minimal Resource Manipulation