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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    4 tracks. Clear vinyl. Print by Isabel Rock.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Decon/Recon #1 via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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This is the limited edition of 100 only copies with numbered artwork specially commissioned for the Decon/Recon series and signed by the artist Isabel Rock. Clear vinyl in plastic sleeve.

About Decon/Recon (words by WARBEAR):

The brand new project is based on a new series of electronic dance music releases presenting a unique and libertarian approach to collaboration, production and dance floor action. It converges artists' samples in an open archive which is re­assembled in four different tracks by the artists themselves. This project wants to put identity into a crisis by giving a collective authoriality and by letting all hierarchies collapse into a collective resonance who dares to become.

Decon/Recon is not just about new forms of self­ representation, the deconstructive process of the “artist” status in terms of superiority or the elaboration of new politically active business models but about composition as a scene and quality dance music at its best. The release will de/compose four future pioneers who responds to the names of Aquarian Jugsa new alias from Jam Rostron aka Planningtorock, rRoxymore, Oni Ayhun and Paula Temple herself as Jaguar Woman.

The Releases' para­textual structure will play the same game. All artists shall be credited on the cover without authorial connections with the title of their own tracks exposing the listener, reader, dancer in to taking active part in the whole process.

Where Deconstructing is Reconstructing, dancing is enacting future live models into present floors.


released April 20, 2015


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