The Dust Museum Of Joy is an improvised table top noise project that explores the ambient and harsh elements of enduring drone tones. Each piece has a unique aesthetic, a dense richness of mood that comes from the simplicity of modulating of a single tone. Using the split tone from a signal generator, Gordon Horseloaf and I create echoes and shadows that sit side by side within the unyielding signal generator tone. These sounds, the levels, the pitch and notes, all developing by decay, are at times demanding on the listener if they try to decode the noise which is simply designed to cultivate a reflection beyond the sentimentality of a day dream. This is a focus of being nothing.
- 'In the rarefied regolith that covers all audible sounds that have ever and will ever be,
the finer particles of dust resonate within our frequencies in blissful atonal oscillations
that split into stereo and converge into mono vibrations of the conscious, of the root,
behind the meaning of audible everything that forms a landscape of nothing, in 'The Dust Museum Of Joy'