Released on their own imprint – AUDINT Records – in late 2023, AUDINT’s soundtrack to their 256-page expanded graphic novel Ghostcode consists of 16 tracks spread over 2 pieces of 180gm vinyl with a matt varnished insert that holds two architectural illustrations of circular cities. Along with a 9-minute animated film that comes with the package through an online URL/password and upcoming immersive installations the project continues to extend and distribute its narrative through a range of emergent media such as AI, lazers and subsonic/hypersonic speakers. Vaporwave ambience and musique concrete meets trap and electro on this soundtrack of haunted dystopias that matches each of the 16 tracks to the 16 chapters of the graphic novel.
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Publication, 64 essays, 312pp ***SOLD OUT***
For as long as recording and communications technologies have existed, the potential of the vibrational continuum that connects sound to infrasound, ultrasound and other inaudible frequencies has been evoked to access anomalous zones of transmission between the realms of the living and the dead. The 64 short essays in this volume probe how unsound serves to activate the undead.
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Ghostcode is a limited edition (256 copies) 250-page expanded graphic novel incorporating text, illustrations, comic-style panels, infographics, an alternative periodic table and access to the Ghostcode online animated short. The theory fiction is set in 2056 when Corporations and Nation states have fused into single economic and political entities. This is an era in which human flesh has been removed from the messy equations of political turbulence, resulting in conflicts being conducted by holographic and holosonic forces. The book traces the exploits of Irex2, a rogue Artifical Intelligence on the run from its undead creators as it competes against a Columbian Black Hat named Sureshot to develop A.I. Holographic fighters named AIHolos. Fuelled by the sound of human pain, the AIHolo’s weapons require massive injections of recorded suffering. As torment becomes an economy in its own right, Pain ©Amps are constructed to generate the sonic power source. By amping up the rationale of the music industry’s most successful formula of the C20th – recording and selling the sound of poverty stricken urban areas – the functionality of suffering has been pushed to the limit. The needle is in the red, but it is pain that is wanted, not blood.
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