Safari Zone

by Dylan Ettinger

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These here rhythms throb because they are organisms in movement, like moss falls off of tree legs pointed towards the sun, these trees competing for light, trees so complacent with the possibility of complete darkness and death. Dylan Ettinger throws his puffy-fisted punches of sound, and barks like a dog who has never before seen the moon until this evening. He wakes up covered in fur or is it mold; the pulsing, steaming organism that the darkness unsuccessfully tried to put to sleep. These sounds exist because of and as a reaction to this trinity: The darkly tangible harmony of the universe, the mind-numbing persistence of gravity, and the beautiful silence that inevitably follows every utterance. Hear and be heard, listen and feel the strange familiarity of even the most foreign language. The constant nature of ritual, AND the evolution of ritual, the inaccurate map drawn by man's crude hand, AND the stone-cold precision of every single double helix. Each leg is actually made of thousands of tiny legs, each brain made of thousands of tiny brains, each part of every sound the fractal of the bigger sound from which it was born. Believe and be believed, change your robes and be changed.

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released September 1, 2008

Recorded by Caleb Vogel. Extra percussion by Caleb Vogel and Clarke Joyner

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Dylan Ettinger Warsaw, Indiana

electronic musician. hoosier.

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