Obsolete Capitalism Sound System :: Chaos Sive Natura (Rizosfera :: NURKFM003.01 :: 2018) :: New cover on canvas and new 14-page packaging
Chaos Sive Natura is an experiment which places itself somewhere – an in-between, an «and», a critical space: Schönberg’s “making music with ideas”, the impartiality of a sound acknowledged as a physical effect which produces air vibrations, the effect that vibrations induces in human cognitive systems together with its relocation in a chaosmotic spatial dimension, Franco D’Andrea’s Electric Tree with his abstract electronic jazz, and the molecularization of sound, so close to Deleuze and Guattari’s concept of Rhythm in A Thousand Plateaus. The experiment Chaos Sive Natura tries to define one of the many possible paths towards new contents and concepts as expressed in Deleuze and Guattari’s Refrain, offering a new reading in the light of a new philosophical and musical culture, theorized by thinkers like Kodwo Eshun, Erik Davis, Louis Chude-Sokei, Achim Szepanski, Steve Goodman, McKenzie Wark, Edmund Berger, among others. Passing through Nietzsche, Spinoza, Deleuze and Guattari, Obsolete Capitalism Sound System affirms in Chaos Sive Natura that even a small milieu variation may cause a radical change to the starting point of the sonic process. On the wavelength of the concept of Nature as a rhythmic character, OCSS catches a glimpse of a new non-orientable accelerationism, a condition that happens when the acceleration of a sound becomes the Rhythm which changes its milieu, thus a sound that repeatedly marks the passage between one milieu and another, becoming in such a way the derivative of the milieu compared to time.
Published on November 30th, 2018 :: NURKFM003.01. :: A new edition of printed booklet on precious canvas will be available in a limited number of 50 copies.