The first EP by 964 Outsidr veers into the realm of dark ambient music, drones and musique concrète, with a new tone, neglectfully somber, violently calm, anxious of sehnsucht and apocalypse. Featuring material used by MarsCat on her many short experimental films, and original material made since 2007 to this day, this is another facet of the experimental stylings of the musician and producer.
UPDATE 2016–10–26: Updated artwork.
released July 30, 2012
All music, artwork and production by M Janet Mars.
Inspired by Kubrick, Lustmord, Chriddof, Toshiko Okanoue, John Zorn file-card compositions, John Carpenter, Riz Ortolani, John Coltrane, Sam Kaplan, Ellipse Elkshow, Stalker and Edward Artemiev, John Cage, Laibach, Shinya Tsukamoto and Godspeed You! Black Emperor.
I'd like to personally dedicate this album to GiGi Bujedo, Christopher Lyons, Sam Kaplan, Phoebe B., Todd Elkshow, Hannes Pasqualini, and Guilherme B. for all the inspiration, support and good will. Thanks!
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