The Journey of Enoch

by Jeremy Bible

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"The Journey of Enoch is ambient apocrypha—dark, dirty synthesizer soundscapes built from eerie, expansive timbres and drones read from an ancient tome written in fractured oscillations and noise generator syllables. Created between 1998 and 2000 w/ a range of hardware synthesizers and effects, Enoch was first released in 2004 as incredibly limited CDr and netlabel release that went on to over 22,000 downloads and became an internet cult classic. Far from youthful synthesizer experiments, Enoch is a haunting account of the world-generative abilities of synthesis and soundscape storytelling loosely based around hidden books and warring angels."

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released January 1, 2000

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Jeremy Bible Kent, Ohio

Jeremy Bible is an American interdisciplinary artist whose work occupies a shared space between multi-channel audio-visual installation and compositional practice. His performances invite listeners to explore an eco-futurist environment that challenges the established topographies of time and linearity. ... more

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