personal freedom is not evolutionary

by fin des terres

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A collection of slow transmuting soundscapes and tampered field recordings, collaged with selected poetry for performances from 2016-2018.

'crisis cycle' repurposes police handbook procedures to reveal the hypocrisy when authority handle “critical” situations...especially when most rather use brutality.

'fresh : eve' (containing a poem by T.C. Tolbert) & 'you have the right to survive' (containing a poem by Durrell Harris) pays respect to the ever emotional, physical, and mental dissonance when trying to be accepted as “human” although your identity is QTPOC.

'reaching wider and closer than further and narrow' and 'well struck and rammed' were originally monologues by Eric Bogosain, their sonic treatments will melt sensual familiarity into existential distrust.

'jungle cruise' and 'passing of the storm' are original sound poems reflecting the mental instability of coping with a constantly morphing environment due to capitalism, gentrification, tiptoeing along wires of perceived normalcy.

fin des terres translates to Lands End. An homage to the namesake costal ridge side of San Francisco.

Solo project of Christopher Moore investigating the threads of the sonic subconscious. Through intuitive gestures from music concrete, synthesis, to poetry, soundscapes merge in contrasting sizes and textures to charge questions onto the listener.

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released November 11, 2018

Mastered by Rose Cherami

Field Recordings, Synthesizers, and Voice: Christopher Moore

Album Artwork: IDHAZ & Rose Cherami

Poetry/Works Citied:

Bogosian, Eric. "In The Dark". Funhouse. New York, 1986.

Bogosian, Eric. "The Throat". ADVOCATE. New York, 1990.

Harris, Duriel E. "Poetics Statement". Troubling the line: Trans and Gender Queer Poetry and Poetics. edited by TC Tolbert, and Tim Trace Peterson. Nightboat Books, Callicoon, New York, 2013.

Tolbert, TC. "How Do You Say And When You See End?". Troubling the line: Trans and Gender Queer Poetry and Poetics. edited by TC Tolbert, and Tim Trace Peterson. Nightboat Books, Callicoon, New York, 2013.

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