NEW THINGS

 

Sampson – Carroll: The Ko of Dust

(2016) ASH 46001

Sampson - Carroll: The Ko of Dust

 
Shadow Gods (3:30)
Eiboda (0:48)
Grey Walker (2:55)
Arcane Thaumaturgy (6:29)
Eibda (0:47)
 
 
 
 
 
Sean Carroll: synthesizer
Jeff Sampson: voice; keyboard; field recording; recording and mixing

b goodhue: cover art

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Jeff Sampson: An Enemy Within Without an Enemy

(2016) ASH 46003

Jeff Sampson: An Enemy Within Without an Enemy

A collection of songs created between May 2012 and February 2016.

 
Revisitation Rites (4:33)
Negotiated (2:59)
Twenty for 24 Hours (19:22)
Spirits in the Dry Land (11:40)
The Displaced Persons Act (10:33)
Hounded (3:01)
We Did Not Know What to Make of Him (4:08)

voices, vocal effects, synthesizers, samples

voice is the only instrument used on 1, 2, 4, 5, 7

“Negotiated” created for the Disquiet Junto challenge #19

“Hounded” created for the Disquiet Junto challenge #23

“We Did Not Know What to Make of Him” originally appeared on the Ghost Box Radio Volume 1 compilation

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Jeff Sampson and Kecap Tuyul: Nocturnes

(2014) ASH 44009

Jeff Sampson and Kecap Tuyul: Nocturnes

Nocturnes – music of the night, be it the chronological time between sundown and dawn or the psychological machinations of a working mind. The night music on this album was realized through the long distance work of Kecap Tuyul (France) and Jeff Sampson (USA). Despite being the products of different cultures, the two artists have an affinity for sound and emotion. There’s a cohesion in these pieces that speaks of two minds acting as one.

 
Jeff Sampson: pre and post-operative voices
Kecap Tuyul: prepared guitar; bass; field recordings

Shravaka in Babel (6:25)
Repercussion (9:41)
Sailing with Ghosts (3:17)
In the Curse Lies the Blessing (33:21)

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Jeff Sampson: Energy of the Universe

(2012) ASH 42003

Jeff Sampson: Energy of the Universe

You’ve worked hard. The project is done. The meetings are over. The endurance “race” is complete.

You’re finally able to take time for yourself.

You fall into your comfy chair.

You unroll that yoga mat, eager to get the tension out of your muscles.

You crawl into bed, hoping you can fall asleep quickly enough to avoid reliving the day you’ve had.

And you’d like some support, with soothing the memory beast, with calming the inner turmoil, with helping the adrenaline seep back to wait for a time it’s really needed.

Go ahead. Push play.

“Smile, breathe, and go slowly.” – Thich Nhat Hanh

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