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All of c@'s free releases can be downloaded here: www.mediafire.com/bubblegumoctopus c@ is the experimental/avant-garde solo project of m@ the c@ (Also known for Bubblegum Octopus, Fork Sister, Ultra Death Men, and others) The project began in 2004 and continues to exist today. The songs were initially comprised of hardware noisegrind/power electronics and MIDI based cybergrind with distorted synth sounds imitating guitars with occasional diversions into ambient and harsh noise. Read more on Last.fm
All of c@'s free releases can be downloaded here: www.mediafire.com/bubblegumoctopus c@ is the experimental/avant-garde solo project of m@ the c@ (Also known for Bubblegum Octopus, Fork Sister, Ultra Death Men, and others) The project began in 2004 and continues to exist today. The songs were initially comprised of hardware noisegrind/power electronics and MIDI based cybergrind with distorted synth sounds imitating guitars with occasional diversions into ambient and harsh noise. Songs ranged in length from 25 seconds long to over 10 minutes. The project did two albums (c@ Winter 2 and it's b-side album, Horse Wiener) with this style, as well as a split with Peppermint Pony (Slobber, released on Brokecore Records.) As the project moved forward, it cut song lengths down to being almost always no longer than a minute long for the album copy, which introduced sample mutilation, even harsher vocal experiments, new forms of noise creation, and taking on a far more hateful tone in the lyrics. After copy, c@ was put on a hiatus as m@ worked on Bubblegum Octopus. Attempts to revive the project were made at the end of 2005, but it resulted in the creation of the project Fork Sister before eventually recording Dead Kitten Wasteland. Sonically, the album was a step up from copy, taking the ideas introduced to a different level, blending them with elements of older material and the developments made in the process of learning to write music for Bubblegum Octopus. Ideologically, the album stepped away from the misanthropic, violent, and sexual themes introduced with copy entirely, instead focusing on paranoia and synesthetic imagery for a drug and fever delusion influenced, surrealist concept album. After this, the project was again put on hiatus, as Bubblegum Octopus took complete priority. It wasn't until the end of 2008 that the project was revived in full with the recording of an even more paranoid and delusional concept album, daring z-young nesyel. Songs began to incorporate a plethora of new elements: ambience and harsh noise, circuit bent soundscapes, drone, free jazz, thrash, grindcore, noise rock, punk rock, psychedelia, sludge, prog, 8-bit, black metal of various forms, and garbled spoken word. The songs also included a palette of instruments and electronics as wide as the genres: guitars, both broken and in perfect condition, in all sorts of tunings, basses, contrabass guitar, a bass with banjo strings, mandolin, banjo, pedal chains, drums and real percussion, contact mics, trumpet, bugle, PVC piping used as a horn, slide whistles, toys, both electronic and not, random items being misused to create sounds, and all kinds of keyboards, synths, and drum machines. The album took an even more depressive, uncomfortable, absurd, paranoid, and unsettled feeling than any prior release, without being stricken with rage or hatred. Since the release of Daring Z-Young Nesyel, c@ has remained quiet for the most part, making sporadic compilation appearances and working on a follow-up to Daring Z-Young Nesyel in downtime between other obligations, called Rhythm Channel Populous. Read more on Last.fm.

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