Rorrim, Rorrim

by CTRLSHFT

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"Rorrim, Rorrim" (2000) is the companion EP to "Mirror, Mirror" (2000), and represents some of the earliest produced electronic work of CTRLSHFT, primarily recorded live via sequenced drum machines/synths in to a 4-track 1/8" analog tape recorder w/ vocals overdubbed.

Even in it's noisy, prototypical state, many lyrical ideas and compositional aspects showcased in Mirror, Mirror can be traced to CTRLSHFT's more contemporary exploits to date.

PLEASE NOTE: While many efforts have been made to restore and modernize these recordings, due to the age and nature of the way this album was recorded audio quality may vary.

Previous version(s):

v1.0.0: 12/12/2000
- Original run of CD-Rs printed with different album artwork and alternate track listing.

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released December 12, 2000

Written, Performed, and Mastered by Josev F.
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Cover art/digital manipulation by Josev F.
Lithograph by Jacques Gamelin (1738-1803) sourced from "Surgite mortui, et venite ad judicium" (Arise, ye dead, and come to the judgment) [XXVIII Sermons (1651), Sermon XIX].
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A Phyton Collective Industries release.
PCI002

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CTRLSHFT Colorado

Aggressive. Electronic. With Soul. CTRLSHFT explores the dissonance of modern civilization, humanity's alienation amidst our perceived physical universe, and the eternal unrest for enlightenment therein, divining the worlds of hard electro with the visceral, dimension-shifting forces of IDM to create an aggressive yet melodic soundtrack to the living, breathing paradox we face each day. ... more

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