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Take Pills Die is a project by Andrew Cauthen, “specializing in sonically documenting the ongoing present reality through the life and times of Andrew Julian Cauthen. An experimental library focusing on simple mediums of computer software, found sounds, and sometimes a keyboard or other random borrowed instrument. With strong tendencies toward awareness, honesty, benefiting all sentient beings, and sometimes self-destruction.”

IDM, Ambient, Avant Garde, Experimental Electronic Folk Music. Take Pills Die Records. Quit Your Job And Get A Life! “Take Pills Die” is Andrew Julian Cauthen’s Sonic Zine/ Netlabel since 2001. Promoting quality of life for all, not just the people with the mark of the beast. Enjoy :)

Andrew likes bikes, skateboarding, minimalism (less is more), sewing, kitties, and says working is for lazy people, money is for poor people, and that we are living in the dark ages. He is working with other people and non-people in the world and out, to bring on the new golden age.

Traits of the new cult-ure:
“If you don’t go within, you go without” … “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone” … “We are making it all up” … “There is nothing you have to do” … “There is enough” … “Thank You”

…HOMO LUDENS. HUMAN 2.0 - GIANT PARTY. EVERYTHING IS FREE! - FREEGAN FOR LIFE! - UPGRADE!

complete album discography and download:
http://takepillsdie.blogspot.com/

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