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Deep Sleep II

008 / 26 February 2015

Deep Sleep II is a sound piece based on a brainwave generating binaural beats interwoven into field recordings from the Gaza Strip. From overcrowded streets, to overgrown fields, drones in the sky, and birds flying by, it is an invitation to experience a place through it's sounds, ones that are a potential channel for bilocation: the phenomenon of being in multiple places at once. The track comes out of preliminary research I conducted for a film that I didn't know I was making yet. I took a bunch of sound recordings I made in the Gaza Strip and decided to make a binaural beat soundtrack that would be something I could use on myself as a way to astral project. The idea was to learn how I might be in two places at once so I could to be in Gaza when I couldn't be.





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