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    VariousPsychological Studies - Monomania

    Label:Institution Of Rot – none
    Format:
    Cassette, Album
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Noise, Harsh Noise Wall, Sound Collage

    Tracklist

    ARichard Crow* / Luke Jordan (3)Untitled
    ElectronicsLuke Jordan (3)
    Electronics, TapeRichard Crow*
    Text ByLuke Jordan (3)
    VoiceLuke Jordan (3)
    Voice ActorSilvia Pinal
    BRichard Crow* / Luke Jordan (3)Untitled
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    A: recorded live at Gallery 46, Whitechapel, London E1 10/2/2018 as part of the exhibition Liminality2 (The Unknown) 1st - 15th February 2018. Curated by Sean Mclusky, Kevin Quigley and Bjorn Hatleskog

    B: recorded live at Luke Jordan's studio, Brockley, London SE4 2/11/2018

    Text on insert:

    Psychological Studies.

    Institution-of-Rot.org/Monomania

    Image: G. Hugnet

    Insert is a collage by Richard Crow made from an illustration (Collage) by the French Surrealist artist George Hugnet.
    Cassette labels are printed from a photocopy (found by Richard Crow) of Psychological Studies - Monomania by Robert Gardiner Hill, Esq, M.R.C.S Eng, L.S.A. from The Medical Circular February 10th, 1858

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    https://1208fullerave.blogspot.com/2021/01/various-psychological-studies-monomania.html
    " Warbling suspenseful noise greets me as sound’s levels are toyed with so that the source is unrecognisable like a fading broadcast. The eventual eruption is beautiful as primitive noise chugs and splatters out at me. The impressive rawness is coupled with old radio samples that play out from mid-20th century, a time warp is formed as broadcasts and noise face each other off, the tension becomes transformative. The Voices across Psychological Studies are like ghosts in conversation, with noise backing and at other times eclipsing the ghostly dialogue. The focussed old-world use of the voice samples gives an early avant-garde quality. I know that crops up in other artists, here it has a definite, clearly defined purpose, it is as if the listener is flying through time across continents with interruptions of silence thrown in at different times."