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Silver Jackson, OCnotes, Zak D. Wass, Ed Littlefield - Impetus Epoch mp3

  • Performer: Silver Jackson, OCnotes, Zak D. Wass, Ed Littlefield
  • Title: Impetus Epoch
  • Size MP3 ver: 2798 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 1512 mb
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 16 Apr 2016
  • Style: Ambient, Experimental
  • # Catalog: HSR433
  • Label: HomeSkillet Records
  • Rating: 4.0 of 5
  • Genre: Electronic / Jazz / Screen
Silver Jackson, OCnotes, Zak D. Wass, Ed Littlefield - Impetus Epoch mp3

Tracklist

1Impetus Epoch
Drums, Percussion – Ed LittlefieldGuitar, Synth, Sounds, Instruments – Zak D. WassSound Designer, Synth, Instruments – OCnotesSounds, Guitar, Synth, Instruments – Silver Jackson
8:22

Credits

  • Drums, PercussionEd Littlefield
  • Guitar, Synth, Sounds, InstrumentsSilver Jackson, Zak D. Wass
  • Mastered ByAdam Straney
  • Sound Designer, Synth, Instruments, Arranged ByOCnotes

Notes

Kill The Indian, Save The Man
This exhibition unites respect, relationship and homage to our communities, a harmony with land and environment, and a history of survival through sculptural installation, sound, moving image, performance, collaboration and adornment. The lens of colonial violence is often disregarded as a “necessary tragedy” to tame a final frontier with pioneering homesteads, while colonial mathematics only recounts the recent settler generation.
These works dissect, reconnect and map the real history of settler violence as experienced by First Nations peoples. New collaborations and creative discourse have been constructed, including work by Leonard Getinthecar (Nicholas & Jerrod Galanin) and No Pigs In Paradise, a collaboration with Nep Sidhu.
A Supple Plunder, by Leonard Getinthecar is a clarification of gross colonial perversion, honoring twelve Unangan men who were bound together and shot with one bullet, which lodged in the ninth man. No unveiled memorial, no national holiday, not even a school honoring these ancestors exists. No dollar bill memorializing the lives lost defending our homeland. No trial. No error.
No Pigs In Paradise as described by Nep Sidhu,
“...speaks to an understanding of the specific histories of First Nations’ women and a clear understanding of women as essential to the restoration of First Nations’ societies. First Nations women are reaffirmed as the integral component to the reestablishment of balance and harmony. The path exists and the end goal is clear. The right path in this instance starts with protecting the women – leveraging ornament, textile, ceremony, incantation so they can be prepared to lead their families, communities and societies to an exalted, harmonious and prosperous status quo.”
The legacy of human rights violations experienced by First Nations people, including and as a result of the genocide, still reverberate today evidenced by the epidemic of rape, homicide and kidnapping against First Nations women, the quick sale economy of First Nations culture, the misappropriation of our visual language, active amnesia and the blatant disregard for place and the history of our land.
The works contained within this exhibition push forward long standing conversations, artistic and discursive, within First Nation communities and amongst their allies about the most efficacious ways to restore harmony and balance. As people whose existence has always been dependent on the earth, uplifting our women, restoring our land and reinstituting our values are not contradictory acts. Rather these ideas run parallel and are the basis for a self-determined perseverance.
credits
released April 16, 2016
Ed Littlefield, Nicholas Galanin, OCnotes, Zak D. Wass
Breakpoint Mastering 2016
The cover art image is a still frame from Nep Sidhu and Nicholas Galanin's video installation "Indian Land" shot & edited by Stephan Gray

Album

Impetus Epoch 1 Drums, Percussion Ed LittlefieldGuitar, Synth, Sounds, Instruments Zak D. WassSound 8:22. Designer, Synth, Instruments OCnotesSounds, Guitar, Synth, Instruments Silver Jackson. Drums, Percussion Ed Littlefield Guitar, Synth, Sounds, Instruments Silver Jackson, Zak D. Wass Mastered By Adam Straney Sound Designer, Synth, Instruments, Arranged By OCnotes. Impetus Epoch. Rather these ideas run parallel and are the basis for a self-determined perseverance. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от Silver Jackson на маркетплейсе Skies Opened Eyes - Silver Jackson. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. From Another World - Silver Jackson. Zak Waters born January 22 is an American musician, singer-songwriter, DJ, and record producer from Los Angeles, California, also known as Pretty Sister. Waters began his music career forming the band Blueskyreality. After the group disbanded, Waters started his solo music career, releasing his debut extended play EP, New Normal 2011. He featured on Madeon's 2012 multi-platinum single The City, to positive acclaim, charting at No. 20 on the US Hot Dance Club Songs chart and No. 16 on the UK. Before the Last Supper, Judas is said to have gone to the chief priests and agreed to hand over Jesus in exchange for 30 silver coins, and to have attempted to return the money afterwards, filled with remorse. The Gospel of Matthew claims that the subsequent purchase of the Potter's field was fulfilment, by Jesus, of a prophecy of Zechariah. Silver Jackson. In honor of Indigenous Peoples' Day, KEXP DJs Gabriel Teodros, OCnotes, Miss Ashley, and Chilly put together a mix featuring music from and inspired by Indigenous artists all around the globe. Encompassing a diversity of voices, soundscapes and histories, the list includes Tanya Tagaq, Strummin Dog,. All top songs and albums by Silver Jackson for free: Silver Jackson is just one of the musical aliases of Sitka, Alaska-born visual artist and multi-instrumentalist Nicholas Galanin. Impetus Epoch - Silver Jackson, OCnotes, Zak D. Wass, Ed Littlefield. Constellation Shine - Silver Jackson. Top Albums. Here is Silver Jackson of Sitka Nicholas Galanin on guitar and vocals, Zak D. Wass on guitar and vocals, Stephen Qacung Blanchett on vocals, and OCnotes on synth with Perfect Mistake. Special thanks to the musicians, Christy NaMee Eriksen of Kindred Post, Rico Worl of Trickster


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