Doing the Same Thing Multiple Times and Getting Different Results

by Michael Flannery

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about

A few notes on what I consider to be blip hop: A genre of IDM that utilizes as its foundation the sequencing of unnaturally "tight" samples or, "blips" of sound. These blips subdivide measures of the natural groove to form subgrooves that exist as quarter, eighth, sixteenth and thirty-second note grooves. Sixty-fourth note grooves are there, but are effectively unintelligible so we'll leave it at that. I hope that you enjoy my attempt to formulate cohesive and fluid music from chopped up samples that all in all take up no more than a hundredth of a second to play. Woot!

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released 23 February 2013

Jacob Lawson: Co-production on Blip-O-Tronic
Kena Onyejekwe: Vocal Sample on Simon's a Lucky Bunny
MC Fah-Ree-Duh Rox: Vocal Sample on Back When I Was Cool
Big Thanks To:
Mom and Dad
Dan Flannery
Deena
Sara
Brianna
KaRyn, Mena, and Oskar
Ashley Castrogiovanni
for their support and encouragement.

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