The Asymptote

by Thomas Agora

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A collection of finely tuned process and chance pieces created over the course of 2012-2014. Each track represents a singular idea rode to "The Asymptote," where there lies no answers, and no questions. The listener can either actively engage with the slowly evolving material, or let it subside into the atmosphere. Listen to it while you study, sleep, meditate or exercise; there is no wrong way.

Recorded partially in the TFH, the Ego House, and the Fairhaven Recording Studio.

* This release differs slightly from the Live God release. Tracks 5 and 10 are softer, track 8 is at the correct speed and the cover is made more apparent.
* Album works well forwards, backwards, slowed down, sped up, and especially crossfaded by about 20 seconds on each track.
* You can download some bonus tracks, high quality album art and some song information here: mediafire(dot)com/download/38b81djb58ac2cy/The+Asymptote+Bonus.zip

credits

released October 21, 2014

Keenan Ketzner - Composer, guitar, vocals, keyboard and sampler
Iain L (soundcloud.com/saxbrony) - Saxophone (track 9)
Jacob H (soundcloud.com/jumpmasterflex) - Piano and synths (track 8)

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Thomas Agora Bellingham, Washington

My focus is the mood and emotions hidden in the infinite textures of sound. This music might not make you dance, but it will make you ponder.

Thomas Agora is also a side project of Keenan Ketzner, who's album "7 Years Later," "Ancient Resonating Machine," "Please, Don't Cry" and "Dwindle" as part of the TA mythology, though a bit more primordial.
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