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Bryan HS This album is both a technical success and a vast experiment. Its meaning along with the way it was made (re: long description) not only contribute to this overall greatness but are also something I am more than happy to support and experience through the music. Plus I really enjoy listening to it besides that. Exabyte carries a bit more weight in my mind now.

Oh and Merry Christmas. Go buy a meme or something. Favorite track: ...and i will never see you again.
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so uh, i'm actually gonna talk a little bit about this release

this one's different. it's a lot noisier, there's a lotta stuff going on, the drums are angry and half of it sounds like it's being played back through a tin can. that's ok. that's what i wanted.

i got a bunch of stuff going on irl right now that's really confusing and bad, and so this album is more of a big venting session than anything. it's kind of the closest i've ever come to converting how my brain currently feels into an audio equivalent. i'm proud of that.

there are a lot of tracks and a lot of ideas i have in this vein of production that i just couldn't figure out how to make them sound presentable, so there's probably gonna be another album like this in the works, but i don't know when. i should probably figure out how to make things less screechy first

anyway yeah like i mentioned, this album is different than my other releases. i like it, maybe you will like it??? who knows. sorry if this is not your cup of tea

thanks for reading this and have a great christmas also.

- Isiah

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released December 24, 2014

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