Music: dekon chro lar – asit foam (a soul in the form of a machine)

asit foam (a soul in the form of a machine)

by dekon chro lar

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intro 00:19
   
 
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vortex 03:35
   
 
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breeze 02:58
   
 
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81 04:12
   
 
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dont wait 01:53
   
 
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omega 03:36
   

about

EBC I
The world will soon come to an end. All structures will evaporate and when the moon dims, a new day will begin.
A child was born in Nkynkm on Sunday morning. While Teachers taught and learners learned, life was sustaining. Life should sustain. That is lifeʼs only job. It doesnʼt need to do anything. It has a purpose that is narcissistic and not narcissistic simultaneously. In Nkynkm life is as it should be. There are no organized religions, schools based on economics, or government hiarchies based on greed and control. These inferior systems are obsolete and unnecessary. But I remember a time, in the old world, where these systems flourished.
The old world bred death and marketed life. It was ran by beings who had lost site of themselves along the way. Those lost beings were trusted and given the world. In return they became egotistical and power crazed. The lost turned life into a game. Who could control the most people? The game lasted for eons. It couldʼve destroyed everything.
Syna: were the children like us. how did they create?
Deʼkon: Yes Syna. There were children like you, but no… they were taught not to create.
Enar: Why would they teach children not to create?
Deʼkon: The teachers were confused.
Syna: Why were the teachers teaching if they were confused.
Deʼkon: Sigh(and smiling). The teachers did not know they were confused.
I am DeʼKon Chro Lar. I am one of the few natives of the old earth left. Many have decided that they would rather transcend into higher levels, while the rest of us stay to maintain this realmʼs balance. Before transcending, they fought by my side in the war of all wars.

credits

released 08 August 2014

jeremiah, jago moonshine, tiffany mishe, syphne, juju bushman

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