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Connectedness Locus

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Chicago, United States (2007 – present)

connectednesslocus.com
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Connectedness Locus is an musician heralding from the northern wastes of Chicago, Illinois. Tyler Etters began the project in 2007 after realizing that electronic music was the most fertile and engaging of all imaginative disciplines.

Work began immediately. Ancient loops: exhumed. New melodies: synthesized. Phat beats: sequenced. Resampled samples: resampled. Approximately two years of such experimentation and tinkering resulted in As Quippolous Codes Quietly Count, Connectedness Locus’s first full length album. Indeed, the CD plays like an ethereal document of the apocalypse; a molten cornucopia of samples, stuttering percussives and phantasmal drones. A lingering sense of unease and mystery oozes from the tracks, undoubtedly a direct reflection of dark circumstances surrounding the artists life at the time. As Quippolous Codes Quietly Count was released under the Endless Field Studios imprint for free download on September 1, 2009 in both MP3 and FLAC formats. A limited edition run of 88 CDs with hand crafted and painted packaging soon followed.

The advent of live performances brought about a developed arsenal of imagery and visuals. Original photographs (shot with film, no less), video loops, typographic abstractions and animations are regularly projected during Connectedness Locus shows. As a gentleman’s challenge, the musician conducted this and numerous ensuing shows without the aid a laptop.

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