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Adventures In The Anthropocene

by Audio Obscura

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In October 2020, Audio Obscura released 'Love In The Time Of The Anthropocene' an album which was a culmination of around three years work about the family unit, parenthood and awareness of climate change. It focussed on the idea of the Anthropocene - a geological term to describe the most recent period in Earth's history when human activity started to have a significant impact on the planet's climate and ecosystems - and crucially an impact which will be impressed for ever more in the earths crust. The work and its follow up is a reflection of what it means to be alive at this moment in time, at the dawn of environmental collapse.

Adventures In The Anthropocene is a follow up to this album, it features a 28 minute 'Live' performance, originally broadcast in January 2021 of which key parts of the original album are reworked in new ways.

Also present here are 5 new tracks and 3 remixes. Of the remixes, all originally appeared on the Love In The Time Of The Anthropocene album. Goodbye Holocene is remixed by revered electronica artist Robin Rimbaud aka Scanner. Kim Rueger aka Nashville Ambient musician Belly Ful Of Stars remixes Love Is... one of the stand out tracks from the original album. The last remix is by Swiss based artist Rupert Lally who offers a radical reworking on Radio Anthropocene.

Adventures In The Anthropocene was created and produced by Neil Stringfellow (Audio Obscura) 2017-2021.

01 Komorebi 木漏れ日

02 'Live' in the Anthropocene
Originally broadcast as part of a live stream on the Naviar Records Youtube channel, 30th January 2021.
Features excerpts of the following texts, in order; The Human Planet: How we created the anthropocene written by Professor Simon L. Lewis and Professor Mark A. Maslin, narrated by Simon Medley. Three Sisters, written and narrated by Fransico Cantú (Recorded by Karima Walker). Time Song written and narrated by Julia Blackburn. 'Life here was marvellous...' Haiku written by Ella (courtesy of the Naviar community) narrated by Arlo. Russian voice narrated by Darina Grozdanova

03 Goodbye Holocene (Scanner Remix)
Voices: Neil, Patrick Wray, Robert Jefferson, Richard Jones
Remix and additonal production by Robin Rimbaud.

04 Alternative Futures

05 Coming Back to World

06 The Clattering Train (Alternative Version)
Text: from the poem Death and His Brother Sleep (1890) by Edwin James Milliken. Narration: Polly MacLean.

07 Love Is... (Belly Full of Stars Remix)
Cello: Simon McCrory. Soprano Saxophone: Kayla Milmine.
Remix and additional production by Kim Rueger.

08 Radio Anthropocene (Rupert Lally Remix)
RemIx and additional production by Rupert Lally.

09 409.8 Parts Per Million

10 The Last Full Day of Civilisation


released March 4, 2021




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The sound is mainly odd electronics, melting the wide spectrums of electro-acoustic music, musique concrète, idm and occasional field recordings, with post-classical minimal leanings.

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