Wednesday, May 27, 2015


Dejection is a new project from me, focusing on minimal synthesizer ambience, modular synth improv psychedelia, and organic wall creation.  This contribution to the "Blue Velvet" series is Dejection's debut release and is certainly indebted to Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch's mournful, dark synthesizer compositions with just a twinge of Blue Velvet's melancholy and inky blackness.  The piece is meant to evoke Frank Booth's vision of Lumberton, a place of outlandish fantasy, violent sexualized deviance, and pure hedonism.  Deep, engulfing mourndrone meant for headphones and solitude.
Packaged in a fold over cover in a clear plastic bag, in a limited edition of 10 hand-numbered copies.  $7 ppd. in the United States, $20 rest of world.


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