New Release ::: INVOLUTION[S] ::: Out Now !!!



Unreleased remixes & alternative versions of Antropik's tracks appearing on compilations & videos soundtracks. 

Original recordings & processings from: Field recordings (various objects, inside & outside ambiences) Acoustic, Electric, prepared Guitars improvisations 
Processed Accordion & Cello sounds (Special thanks for Thomas R. for allowing me to use is recordings) Korg MS20 mini
Turntables, Radio Tuner, Wavetek Noise Generator,
Reel to Reel Recorder & tapes Recordings of Geiger Counter by Cris Ubermann (Fukushima)

released July 22, 2016 

All music by Antropik 

A Master Videowork  by Cris Ubermann currently in progress will follow soon,
updating will here as released.

New Release : Collaboration with Jeff Sampson ::: It Doesn't Matter ::: Out Now !!!




Thanks again to Jeff Sampson for joining this collaborative project, was a very interesting experience
still learned on minimalism, focusing on simplicity and practicing around the more than ever appropriate formula :
" the less can be the more ".
 
Atmospheres, dreamscapes, nightmares and realities...
the fantastic work of Jeff Sampson can be listened at jeffsampson.bandcamp.com

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It doesn't matter who you are, because everyone is capable of anything.

It doesn't matter who you know, because we're all connected.

It doesn't matter who you are - you can rise and fall as easily as anyone else.

It doesn't matter who you know - friends come and go while antagonists lie constantly in wait.

It doesn't matter who you are because you're both better and worse than anyone else.

It doesn't matter who you know because
some you'll lose track of while others will come along to take their
place.

Tiny blips.
Large puddles.
Wisps and veils.
In search of massive control.

It doesn't matter.

~ Jeff Sampson

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Jeff Sampson : Vocals and Processings
Antropik : Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Electronics,
Field Recordings & Processings

Artwork by Antropik

Mastering by Antropik

tags: ambient abstract atmospheric drone electronic experimental electronic soundscapes voice