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Dark Speech

Geneva Skeen

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1
Compañero
Geneva Skeen
6:32
2
Erebus
Geneva Skeen
8:32
3
Ambivalence
Geneva Skeen
5:28
4
Death in a Valley of Fading Stars
Geneva Skeen
11:17
Total Playing Time    31:49
Dark Speech from Los Angeles interdisciplinary artist Geneva Skeen was first conceived in October 2014 and has developed over time to include recordings from several geographical locations marked by intense transformation: a boat nearly 200 yards from an erupting volcano in the Galápagos Islands at night, a cavern of snow-covered trees in the dark of Finnish winter, the end of summer in the drought-ridden Californian desert, a power outage during a heavy rainstorm at the San Andreas fault. The original recordings intentionally maintain a sense of subjective listening and human presence, while repeated cycles of digital effects push the primary organic materials toward literal transposition. Each work stands as a vessel containing a document of these intertwinings, an enclosed textural representation of the haunting and indiscernible darkness of attempting to understand the human self within geologic time and drama.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Dragon's Eye Recordings Studio Masters

Audio and instrumentation recorded in and around Haukijärvi, Finland; Galápagos Islands, Ecuador; Joshua Tree, California; Parkfield, California; and Los Angeles, California

Ceramics audio on death in a valley of fading stars courtesy of Luke Aleksandrow
Cover photograph by Geneva Skeen
Mastered by Lawrence English at 158

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