Eureka Brown (i.e. K. Bauer) was an (Urbana, IL) artist (2006-2009) who supported his enthusiasm for file sharing by giving away his own art and music freely. His sophomore album, Digitalia, was the 2nd installment in a (planned) trilogy of mini-full length zip folder download albums that tell a sci-fi/fantasy story about a future “technological paradise”.
It was, in reality, a (perhaps not-so) carefully constructed Trojan Horse, almost from its very inception. Ambiguous lyrical delivery allowed for an interpretation which deliberately catered to those minded contrary the persuasion for which it actually aimed to contend. It’s true design wouldn’t be manifest until the tragic concluding installment when the Utopian delusion finally came toppling down in titanic catastrophe; it’s prime hoodwinked proponent going up in flames along with it.
However, due to subsequent revelations of a pressing nature, the plan was abandoned in favor of a sober approach.
Official website: www.myspace.com/polehouse
Edited by polehouse on 25 Aug 2013, 16:35
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