[Zombies] Bathyscaphe Trieste, September 17th, 2013

Jon Whitney turbid at gmail.com
Sun Jul 28 05:11:41 PDT 2013

In 1960, a two-person bathyscaphe (“deep boat”) named Trieste reached a
record maximum depth in the deepest known part of the Earth’s oceans, the
Challenger Deep, in the Mariana Trench near Guam. The five hour descent was
made possible by the earth’s gravitational pull on nine tons of lead shot,
while the three hour ascent was aided by a balloon filled with gasoline.
 Only James Cameron has returned to the Challenger Deep, and is allegedly
in production of a film of the journey. Dangers’ composition honoring this
journey is the product of years of work, featuring super slowed down tape
manipulations of anlog sythesizers (often 30x as slow), bounced from
machine to machine to achieve the appropriate soundtrack for a vessel on an
exploratory journey into uncharted depths under massive amounts of physical
pressure.  Jack’s intention was to create music from a mysterious world
which mixed at the bottom of the Mariana trench at the Challenger Deep
Bedroom Quilt Studio. The disc comes with CD-ROM content of 35 minutes of
video footage edited and set to music by Jack Dangers.



   1. Blast Off
   2. Epipelagic Zone
   3. Mesopelagic Zone
   4. Bathypelagic Zone
   5. Abyssopelagic Zone
   6. Hadalpelagic Zone
   7. Resurfce

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