act 297 · mono-amine · human farming · cd

01 human farming
02 time for a revolution
03 shutdown the farm
04 expand your awareness
05 perfection is not just about control
06 like any other form of livestock
07 do you understand
08 wake up
09 unjustified violence
10 the illusion of freedom

composed, arranged, produced & mastered by joost gransjean in between 2011 and 2014.

'this album is about freedom and perseverance. but also about awareness of the situation which we have managed to evolve our own species into. i encounter on a daily basis that the average person in this timeframe sleepwalks through life, never questioning anything and swallowing everything that governments, mainstream media, religion and next of kin monopolise as the truth. it pisses me off and because creating music is my way of staying sane and being able to cope with this reality, i present to you: human farming, an, adventurous, energetic and intense musical mindfuck without compromise.'

right after finishing his last full length release 'do not bend' joost gransjean started to work on his next album which is now ready to blow your minds and speakers. 'human farming' features ten curtain fires of uplifted and multilayered beats overlaid with deep distortion, heavy droning pads and striking voice samples. the roughness of rhythmic noise combined with the speed of hardcore techno add up to a steady driving force of tightness and contortion. with this work mono-amine introduces forcing surges of concrete blows recommended for serious differently minded devotees of pace and aggression. wake up - and shutdown the farm!

discography 06.2k14:
human farming. cd. ant-zen act297. 2014
neurotrope 024. 12". neurotrope 024. 2013
do not bend. cd. ant-zen act247. 2010
like a machine. cd. vendetta music vm0031. 2009
chameleon (w/. brz). 12". origami records. 2009
industrial thought patterns. cd. vendetta music vm0011. 2008
untitled. 12". darkforce nl rec 001. 2005
neurotrope 003. 12". neurotrope/es production nrt003. 2005

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