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I'm putting this out partially because I'm broke, the pandemic having destroyed my previous income source. So far I've been unsuccessful in securing any government aide or alternative income sources, so anything you can spare to help me get by would be great. Extenterate refers to a cleansing, a literal or proverbial clearing out of negative energy, entities or institutions, making way for a reimagining. It is titled in the spirit of hope that our current times of revolt will lead to the extinguishing of long-standing oppressive forces and allow for general rejuvenation. "The Big Crunch (Live)" is based on previously released tracks "The Big Crunch" and "The Big Crunch (Reprise)", combining and extending some of my favorite elements of those songs into something more oriented towards a live standing audience. Conceptually, it refers to a compression and acceleration leading up to the end of an era. "Erewhon" was originally going to be on the Falling Up album, but I chose to leave it off so that the album's running time would allow for the vinyl to have optimal sound quality. Its title is taken from a novel by Samuel Butler, originally published anonymously, which satirizes utopianism. "Curve, Crest, Curl & Crash (Live)" is an elongated and remixed version of the original song. The title describes a crashing oceanic wave and is meant as a metaphor for the acceleration and fall of a civilization. "Build A Ship" was also left off of Falling Up for length constraints, and its title is meant as a suggestion to prepare for a flood, or a time of chaos, in which the ability to quickly respond and adapt to rapidly changing conditions may be necessary for survival.

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released June 17, 2020

Jonah Mociun

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