Herndon, Holly: Proto

Herndon, Holly SKU: 38939280
Herndon, Holly: Proto

Herndon, Holly: Proto

Herndon, Holly SKU: 38939280

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Proto
Artist: Herndon, Holly
Label: 4Ad
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 191400014015
Genre: Electronic

Vinyl LP pressing. Holly's third full-length album PROTO isn't about A.I., but much of it was created in collaboration with her own A.I.'baby', Spawn. For the record, she assembled a contemporary ensemble of vocalists, developers and an inhuman intelligence housed in a DIY souped-up gaming PC to create a record that encompasses live vocal processing and timeless folk singing, and places an emphasis on alien song craft and new forms of communion. PROTO makes reference to what Holly refers to as the protocol era, where rapidly surfacing ideological battles over the future of A.I protocols, centralised and decentralised internet protocols, and personal and political protocols compel us to ask ourselves who are we, what are we, what do we stand for, and what are we heading towards?

1.1 Birth
1.2 Alienation
1.3 Canaan (Live Training)
1.4 Eternal
1.5 Crawler
1.6 Godmother
1.7 Extreme Love with Lily Anna Haynes and Jenna Sutela
2.1 Frontier
2.2 Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt
2.3 Swim
2.4 Evening Shades (Live Training)
2.5 Bridge with Martine Syms
2.6 Last Gasp and Jlin Feat. Spawn
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