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Afrikan Sciences

Afrikan Sciences
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Eric Douglas Porter is one of the most expansive and intensive musical torch bearers of modern
experimental composition. A self taught multi-instrumentalist and a true outsider, he challenging the canon and the limitations of musical expression through his complex yet mind opening rhythmical and sonic woven formations. Using a portal of West London broken beat, house, techno and whatever new ideas he cooks up, these dispatches on sound gather no dust. And all the while co-piloting the vanguard electronic label Deepblak, Founded by Aybee, aka ArmonBazile, in Oakland. Porter’s compositions play on the side of eclectic energy to Aybee’s more or less straight on deconstruction of 4/4 music. Collaborating together or cooking apart, blood brothers in frequency, they stay steadfast pushing knobs and rhythms far left. Documenting all the hues Brown represents in amplified sound. Re-inventing what the center is, as they consistently move past it.

Porters been diligently building music as part of Les Graciés and WOOD // WORK Collective this past decade as well. Collaboration or not though, the focus remains pinprick sharp. Some choose Afrofuturism as a way to describe it.
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