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Vinyl LP pressing. From Iggy on the cover of Raw Power to Black Sabbath, circa 1980, in Milwaukee, from the '52 Cleveland riot through to Suicide in Brussels, a healthy dose of chaos and danger is at the heart of all great rock music. So, it comes as no surprise to hear Alex Carpenter, the musician behind Music of Transparent Means (MOTM), talk about chaos as core to the development of his music: "Even though there was this purity and mathematical elegance throughout some of the thinking and theory, what I remember almost more than that was the chaos and the mess, the forcefulness, the saturation and obliteration. The clear ideal gave way to this kind of loud, intense chaos, which in turn opened a path back to the clear."
Vinyl LP pressing. From Iggy on the cover of Raw Power to Black Sabbath, circa 1980, in Milwaukee, from the '52 Cleveland riot through to Suicide in Brussels, a healthy dose of chaos and danger is at the heart of all great rock music. So, it comes as no surprise to hear Alex Carpenter, the musician behind Music of Transparent Means (MOTM), talk about chaos as core to the development of his music: "Even though there was this purity and mathematical elegance throughout some of the thinking and theory, what I remember almost more than that was the chaos and the mess, the forcefulness, the saturation and obliteration. The clear ideal gave way to this kind of loud, intense chaos, which in turn opened a path back to the clear."
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Vinyl LP pressing. From Iggy on the cover of Raw Power to Black Sabbath, circa 1980, in Milwaukee, from the '52 Cleveland riot through to Suicide in Brussels, a healthy dose of chaos and danger is at the heart of all great rock music. So, it comes as no surprise to hear Alex Carpenter, the musician behind Music of Transparent Means (MOTM), talk about chaos as core to the development of his music: "Even though there was this purity and mathematical elegance throughout some of the thinking and theory, what I remember almost more than that was the chaos and the mess, the forcefulness, the saturation and obliteration. The clear ideal gave way to this kind of loud, intense chaos, which in turn opened a path back to the clear."
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