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Square Foot Sounds
by War Short Sugar
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Struggle (Blue Point Beat no. 1) is the first single in the Blue Point Beat singles series of lo-fi plunderphonics from War Short Sugar produced by War Short Sugar
Topics: lofi, hip hop, turntablism, plunderphonics
Square Foot Sounds
by The Stoudion
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...inspired by fragments from the book of Psalms... 1. Thunder of Many Waters (Psalm 93:4) 2. Rider and Horse Lay Stunned (Psalm 76:6) 3. The Pestilence That Stalks (Psalm 91:6) 4. Let My Heart Be Undivided (Psalm 86:11) 5. In the Light of Life (Psalm 56:13) composed and produced by The Stoudion in the midwestern United States
Topics: electronic, instrumental
Square Foot Sounds
by Monochromystic
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...a dark dream in zero gravity... 1. Minus All Zeros composed and produced in solitude with a single monosynth by Monochromystic
Topics: ambient, drone, minimal, electronic
Square Foot Sounds
by Monochromystic
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...ambient tones for celestial travel... 1. Translunar Coast 2. Faint Shadow composed and produced in solitude with a single monosynth by Monochromystic
Topics: electronic, ambient, synth, minimal
Square Foot Sounds
by Monochromystic
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...existential dread from behind the moon... 1. Plus God Knows What During the Apollo 11 mission, Michael Collins was cut off from all humanity in the Command Module for 47 minutes of every orbit around the moon while on its far side. He had this to say about it: "If a count were taken, the score would be three billion plus two over on the other side of the moon, and one plus God knows what on this side." In honor of those words, Plus God Knows What is 47 minutes of experimental...
Topics: noise, electronic