[Zombies] Bathyscaphe Trieste, September 17th, 2013
adjust at rematter.com
Mon Jul 29 07:42:24 PDT 2013
sweet! sounds awesome, love the concept.
> 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
> 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
> exploratory journey into uncharted depths under massive amounts of
> 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.
> THIS IS LIMITED TO 500 COPIES.
> 1. Blast Off
> 2. Epipelagic Zone
> 3. Mesopelagic Zone
> 4. Bathypelagic Zone
> 5. Abyssopelagic Zone
> 6. Hadalpelagic Zone
> 7. Resurfce
> More info at http://primary-numbers.com
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