Diffusion

by Malcolm Fritzenjährer

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Originally an audiovisual art installation based on Malcolm's (now deceased) wife Elizabeth's dreamscapes revealed to her on her deathbed under heavy morphine dosage. Track #4 is, according to Malcolm himself, "inspired by her gruesome death rattle which sent shivers down my spine and still haunts me to this very day".

While bedridden and paralyzed from heavy existential dread and grief over his loss, Malcolm went to work on what is today considered one of his most seminal works of art, "DIFFUSION", made over the course of 8 years. The art installation itself contained these pieces of music played over a 1000 kW PA-system while pictures of his wife's corpse were projected on every wall in the museum using 1990s VGA technology.

This is a must-have, don't sleep.

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released April 17, 2017

Based on concept in dreams dreamt by Elizabeth Fritzenjährer
Musical work by Malcolm Fritzenjährer
Art by Neb Zider
Mastered at the Chicago Community College Mastering House

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