Electrical impulses zap through your brain like meteors across a galaxy; synapses of light flash like distant quasars, baking every planet, living being and robot in its star system. In universal terms, does it make a sound? If a tree falls off a planet made of maggots of the mind of the universe, and no one is there to see it... does it have a taste? These questions were explored on records past, but for decades remained unanswered. Now, in the two thousand-twelfth year A.D., Masaki Batoh provides the answer; in fact, he's created the answer! Brain Pulse Music, his new album, is the mind's music in practice - not the compositional mind, instructing pen to paper or finger to fret - rather, it's the amplified frequencies of the Alpha, Theta and Delta waves of the mind, transmitted from diodes on a head set to the BPM Machine, Batoh's latest invention. Brain Pulse Music is available for pre-order now and will appear at the corner store on February 28th. For the non-believers (of science, duh), watch Batoh's instructional video for evidence. Then, mind expanded, turn your head towards the official promotional video for Brain Pulse Music!
THE NOISE IN YOUR HEAD
posted February 21st, 2012
Artists in this story: Masaki Batoh