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Dementia is Jesse Zubot's first album entirely made up of improvisations. It pivots between solo improvised violin, micro-mandolin orchestras and minimal electronic-influenced sound design. This music was documented during a condensed period of contemplation (June 2006) and is meant to reflect the decline of a human's cognitive state. The urge to go back and edit problematic musical events was purposely avoided in order to capture moments of confusion, paranoia, hope, agitation and the momentum of passed time. Read more about Jesse Zubot on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License and may also be available under the GNU FDL.



Jesse Zubot - Dementia

Jesse Zubot’s Dementia is recorded once through without stops for editing and rerecording, unfolding over the theme of cognitive break down, documenting its improvised musical expression of confusion, paranoia, hope, agitation, notion of passing time. It plays over prerecorded samples of guitar, mandolin and sounds from the environment. Sometimes the violin is alone improvising on its own over short themes with extended techniques (playing on the bridge, scratched sounds, arco grain, har...
Experimental, Avant Garde, Under 2000 Listeners, All, Improvised

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