from What's The Use?
track released February 17, 2014
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A short introduction from mixing engineer Billy Perez:
You're going to dial in "The Use" Its going to be a real treat for you. Listen to the movement in the arrangements of the thing. Wow. Its something else. You've just been blown out into sweat beads. Your body has just exploded into a human shaped sweat droplet figure and as quickly as it was there, its a puddle on the floor. Now, as water, you are able to accept the sound waves and turn them into your own tidal pattern. Now that you are a puddle of water, the sound you are being exposed to is actually making waves in your physical form. Or has it always been this way? You've jammed some micro drivers into your ear holes. Or maybe your listening on your home vibration machine. Your liquid form is crashing on the shore. You're listening to The Use, you're turning into a whirlpool. It feels wonderful."
released 17 February 2014
All instruments, composition and production by Michael Durek except,
Where ya been composed by Michael Durek and Mark Weinberg
Bird Song composed by Michael Durek and Rachel Mason
Where ya been co-produced by Billy Perez
Additional percussion on Slim’s Pursuit and Aunt Joanne’s Metaphysics by Jay Van Dyke
Vocals on Where Ya Been by Mark T. Weinberg
Vocals on Bird Song by Rachel Mason
Mixing Engineer: Billy Perez at iiwii studios
Mastered by: Tarekith at Inner Portal Studio
Album art by Brian Bolanowski