Music From Another Room (Music not for listening)
An awkward title indeed for the first Extended Play collection of numbers from WarpCensor. Unlike the last album, WarpCensor has decided to stay within a single theme for this programme.
Regular listeners may be dismayed that these pieces are not designed for critical appraisal; rather, they have been created with a view to alternative uses.
Firstly as an accompaniment to a gathering, or when undertaking a task, when there is no need to focus on any particular aspect of the music.
Secondly, when there is a desire for the attainment of a hypnotic or trance-like state. In this case the listener should set the controls of their instrument to continuously loop a particular item and then concentrate fully on any single component of that number. It may be helpful to stand and make rhythmically matching movements in order to become as one with the music. We have not tried, and therefore are unable to comment upon, using alcohol, marijuana, tobacco or any other mind-altering substance to assist the process; we leave this to the listener's discretion.
It goes without saying that the listener should be in an environment where any inertia or movement during a listening session will not cause them or others any danger; again, we leave this to the listener's discretion.
We hope this collection will be of use to the listener. Look out for further releases of WarpCensor from The Committee For Sonic Research.
The download includes a PDF containing aditional illustration and information.
All music composed by WarpCensor.
Photography by Sarah Zarywacz and WarpCensor.
WarpCensor thank Dental Drill for production tasks and for suggesting the title of this collection, together with The Committee For Sonic Research.
The album is a digital release available in 24 bit, high definition audio throughout.