Free Music | Experimental, Psycore | July 22, 2012 | Released by JellyFish Frequency Recordings | Posted by Basilisk
02 - Don't Cry, I'm A Bat, On Crack, Off Track (240 BPM)
03 - Later Than Now (198 BPM)
04 - But Never Quite Did (186 BPM)
05 - Yer A Whore (200 BPM)
06 - We've Come For Your Manhood (194 BPM)
07 - Electronical Vagrancy (190 BPM)
08 - CEO Of My Very Own "If You Give Me Kematine In A Valentine I'll Write You A Song" Business (240 BPM)
09 - <3 Electroass Unemployees (204 BPM)
Hello my name is Vyvian. I am the collection of raw energy that drives the body that is responsible for the musical project known as Luuli. I’ve been making music for a time span already. I have played several electronic music events. My music style has been described as being “alien”, “killaargh”, and “hyper-dimensional”, but to me it’s just a bunch of speaker commands. I hope when a listener experiences my music they will in some way expand their boundaries by stepping out of their comfort zones, therefore forcing their comfort zones to grow to fit their new scale. Through tools such as confusion, tension, humor, fear, and many others all fired at a fast and ever-changing pace I intend to make you feel uncomfortable… and to force your brain to try and perceive things it had never thought plausible in the audio spectrum and thus force you to grow to new levels of “being able to handle it”, no matter what “it” may be. I want to make what you previously thought to be intense now sound simplistic and innocent. I want to swell gushing tidals of emotional waves over you as I am embrace after I am abrasive. I make music for people to feel. I don’t make music for computers. I don’t make music for aliens. I make music for beautiful people to practice their freedom to or to challenge themselves with. Spontaneous Traumatic is released by JellyFish Frequency Recordings. Mastering and artwork by Vyvian Looper.
Released under a Creative Commons licence for noncommercial usage. Donations are welcome; please address them to St. James Infirmary in San Francisco, California, or via Paypal to JellyFish.Frequency@gmail.com.