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Rival Consoles returns with a resonant and explorative soundscape of original music, composed for renowned choreographer Alexander Whitley's contemporary dance production Overflow.
Exploring themes of the human and emotional consequences of life surrounded by data, the piece echoes the concept of social media, advertising, marketing companies and political factions exploiting our data to gain wealth, political advantage and sow division. Key reading for the project was based around the contemporary philosophical work Psychopolitics: Neoliberalism and New Technologies of Power by Byung-Chul Han.

Rival Consoles returns with a resonant and explorative soundscape of original music, composed for renowned choreographer Alexander Whitley's contemporary dance production Overflow.
Exploring themes of the human and emotional consequences of life surrounded by data, the piece echoes the concept of social media, advertising, marketing companies and political factions exploiting our data to gain wealth, political advantage and sow division. Key reading for the project was based around the contemporary philosophical work Psychopolitics: Neoliberalism and New Technologies of Power by Byung-Chul Han.

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Overflow
Artist: Rival Consoles
Format: CD
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Monster
2. I Like
3. Hands
4. Pulses of Information
5. Noise Call and Response I
6. Overflow
7. The Cloud Oracle
8. Tension in the Cloud
9. Noise Call and Response II
10. Scanning
11. Flow State
12. Touches Everything
13. Making Sense of It All

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Rival Consoles returns with a resonant and explorative soundscape of original music, composed for renowned choreographer Alexander Whitley's contemporary dance production Overflow.
Exploring themes of the human and emotional consequences of life surrounded by data, the piece echoes the concept of social media, advertising, marketing companies and political factions exploiting our data to gain wealth, political advantage and sow division. Key reading for the project was based around the contemporary philosophical work Psychopolitics: Neoliberalism and New Technologies of Power by Byung-Chul Han.

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