Blind The Thin King

Blind The Thin King

On a minor level, Blind The Thin King is a reaction to the three years I spent making the 37 minutes of severed and reengineered cells of The Stooges' Fun House that became Funhausen. In addition to not wanting to torture myself for that long, I needed to escape from operating in the red. I craved relief from jarring edits, exploiting noise rock tropes, and creating the lie of excessive abandon with obsessively mapped geometries. For BTTK, I consciously denied my DNA's predilection for aggression and blatant electronics, and chose to limit architectural deviations. Pardon my taste for overwrought poetics, but I despise tethering my work to marketing tags and genre simplifications. So duck for cover lest ye be stained by hyperbole: BTTK was conceived as preapocalyptic shadow play music, the narrative being the looming and self-fulfilling death of empire(s). Yes, my expression is often perceived as highfalutin pretension, and I don't give a fuck. Sean Moore's Audiography: Lid Emba, Stickfigure Recordings: Reason Isn't Radar 2006 We Substitute Radiance (collab w/ Bobcrane) 2008 Terminal Muse: Red 2010 Terminal Muse: Blue 2011 Terminal Muse: Yellow 2013 Bold Ashes: Second Son Seventh Sky 2016 independent release, digital only Funhausen: Funhausen 2016 independent release, digital only Blind The Thin King: Spoils For Sleepwalkers 2018, Stickfigure Recordings & Terminal Muse Futilities co-release

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