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We questioned everything.

by Hex-A-Decimal

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Hector
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Hector super inspiring and grounding for me, quickly becoming one of my faves. really puts me in a calm place (: Favorite track: ๐Ÿงฏ E s c a p i s m s ๐Ÿงฏ.
tornadoontriton
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tornadoontriton this collection of feelings as sound (as difficult as it is to get all the way through without completely zoning out or throwing in the towel) does actually elevate and reward the ears that stay with it from start to end,, tho with such befuddledness, the overquestioning ๐Ÿง  just fuhkkin can't anymore, so ya forced into beautiful transcendence Favorite track: nobody looks like me here.
V//Tomo
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V//Tomo I've met Kevin's grandmama and she loves this album too. Favorite track: Battle Against A Childhood Memory!.
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about

LA0099

This is a series of feelings I wanted to express rooting specifically to childhood pre-transition experiences and sensations relating to a life fixated on rapidly switching television channels and movies and videogames and radio commercials looking for something resembling myself. It is an exploration in media collage dedicated to trans youth who have to consume entertainment in a world that was never built with us in mind and so we have to deconstruct those narratives and rebuild them in a way that makes sense to us.

This album's content is a collection of interspliced media processed through both software and hardware sampling components, and while it appears chaotic and random at times, so too did my life when I was raised to exist in one specific context unaware of the possibilities of what or who I could be. So in that sense, this is the note I offer to my younger self who had to endure that chaos and that randomness.

Thank you for listening.

credits

released October 31, 2020

Dot Starkey - Production / Art

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