by Stephen Weigel

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Userminusone Originally, I wasn't even planning on buying this album because of how bizarre it is. Now, after many listens, as well as my burning curiosity about the contents of the liner notes, I have finally decided to buy this album. (On the other hand, I'm still going to be skipping the 0edo track because I don't have the patience to sit through it)
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tautegory Aural Cotton Candy! Some of these xenharmonic systems are so wacky. And I didn't even know xenrhythmics was a word, but it sounds awesome. Favorite track: (Googolplex)edo 😹😻😼😽🤧😷🤒🤕😿😽🤧😹😽🤧😷😽🤧😷😽🤧😷😽🤧😷😽🤧😷😽🤧😷😽🤧😷😽🤧😷😽🤧😷😻😼😽😻😼😽😻😼😽😻😼😽😻😼😽😻😼😽😻😼😽😻😼😽😻😼😽😻😼😽😽🤧😷😽🤧😷😽🤧😷😽🤧😷😽🤧😷😽🤧😷😽🤧😷😽🤧😷😽🤧😷😽🤧😷😹🤧🤒😹🤧🤒😹🤧🤒😹🤧🤒😹🤧🤒😹🤧🤒😹🤧🤒😹🤧🤒😹🤧🤒😹🤧🤒😹🤧🤒😽😻😼😽😻😼😽😻....
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BM24 Crazy conceptual album! I love such musical experiments! Favorite track: 3 to 5 to 8 linear to logarithmic continuum using prime numbers of Hz 😃😃😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😔😔😔😔😔😔😔😔😔😔😔😟😟😟😟😟😟😟😟😟😟😟😟😟😟😟😟😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃....
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This album raised $1000 for George Floyd and Black Lives Matter! I think you only have to pay $1 to show up as a supporter square. Since this album's passed its initial boom, I keep any donations sent me for it nowadays.

This is an electronic odyssey of postmodern EDM that is guaranteed to knock you off your feet in some capacity, featuring some of the most searing xenharmonics and xenrhythmics that have ever been conceived. The actual track titles are each around 96,000 characters long (named with the tuning and then emoticons), but Bandcamp limits it to 300 characters. On my YouTube channel, you can see the full titles as scrolling text along to the album (www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXD_s3Vf1T4&t=6162s)

To get the 1080-page track notes (which contain the full titles as well as extensive information on how all of these tracks were made), you can do one of two things: (1) either leave a review on this album that a spambot couldn't replicate, and I'll send them to your Bandcamp account, or (2) donate to my podcast on Patreon, where there's a post with the liner notes (Two links to liner notes are here). Let me warn you: since it's been awhile since this album came out, I don't check the reviews on it regularly... so I might not be as responsive as I was before. Sending me any kind of DM on social media (Discord, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, YouTube, email, Patreon) will be sufficient to alert me to your review's presence. It would be really something to see a string of reviews that extended longer than the track titles themselves.

If you left a review but aren't following me on Bandcamp, I'm unable to DM you the notes using the Bandcamp Artists app, so in that situation you could either (1) start following me on Bandcamp (2) send me a message via Bandcamp's contact form or (3) contact me on other social media. To get your track notes.

If you left a review and it's not showing up - I'm sorry that I don't know how to fix it, but I think if you erase the review, restart your computer, and write it again, it should show up after a bit. If not, and you really want your track notes, you can message me via the contact/help on the bottom right side of the screen.


released June 16, 2020

Special thanks to:

Augustus Arnone (for mixing & mastering)
Sevish (for hosting on split-notes, interviewing me on Now&Xen)
Jacob Barton (for interviewing me on Now&Xen)
Jude Thomas (for having album on Xen Radio)
Doug Blumeyer (theory about L and s, edharmonic scale)
Amanda Cole (sine wave ideas)
Joe Monzo (For exchanging ideas)
Paul Erlich (For temperament and imaginary tuning talk)
Oceania Tardigradia (Imaginary tuning help)
LĂśis Lancaster (cameo in track 10)
Amy Coleman (for guest starring in tracks 4, 10, and 11)
H. Wakabayashi (piano sample in track 19)
Emoji Mashup Bot (on Twitter)




Stephen Weigel Indianapolis, Indiana

I'm a composer, songwriter, and performer who writes things in xenharmonic tuning systems. The only unifying thread throughout my music is conceptual intelligibility.

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