Nana April Jun – The Ontology of Noise

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Nana April Jun – The Ontology of Noise
Touch # Tone 37
5 Tracks – CD – 36:40

Photography & Design by Jon Wozencroft

Track Listing:

1. The One Substance
2. Process Philosophy
3. Space-Time Continuum
4. Semantic Shift
5. Sun Wind Darkness Eye

Mastered by Denis Blackham

Nana April Jun - The Ontology of Noise

The Ontology of Noise researches the dark associations of post-black metal. No traditional instruments are used on the album and all techniques are digital in their application. There are almost no arrangements or layers, but the pieces consist of single streams which change intuitively. This makes The Ontology of Noise a concrete journey through an abstract language evolving around light and darkness, nature and artificiality, and sometimes even takes the form of a sound very similar to an electric guitar…

The Ontology of Noise explores the filmic qualities of noise – the image-creating mechanisms that arise almost hallucinogenically from subtle variations of frequencies. By using a special set of digital mastering and filtering techniques, the recordings often sound very much like the sounds of nature; wind in trees and water. The Ontology of Noise opens up an audial perception for these sounds of nature and ask questions about their ontology…

ref: Burzum’s Filosofem

with thanks to Annika von Hausswolff
Cover art: Jon Wozencroft

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