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  • Last update: Jan 28, 2010 - 8:09
  • Profile views: 8651
  • Total Plays: 484
  • Songs: 8
  • Fans: 8
  • Photos: 2
  • Comments: 3

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  • Founded: September 2008
  • Location: Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
  • Label: independent


  • Carotid

Neurosyne is a one-woman project that combines experimental music with neurological and psychological themes.

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    Left by Lorie Strother, on Jan 28, 2010 - 8:51
    about the neurological and psychological themes of the music. That is, what do you mean by that?
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      Left by Lorie Strother, on Jan 28, 2010 - 8:52
      Thanks for sharing your music.
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        Left by Carotid, on Jan 28, 2010 - 9:14
        Typically when I write music it comes from a process that's hard to describe--a lot of songs, especially from the Agoraphobe EP, are a result of trying to translate an emotional state or sensation into music. That's pretty much how Agoraphobe was written, and I realized after I had recorded the album that the songs were interconnected around a central theme: isolation and the desire to escape from it.

        Other songs such as "Synaptic Code" focus on that translation of emotion but also has more of the neurological elements in it. The Morse Code that runs throughout the song is a parallel to the chemical and electrical messages that run through neurons in the brain. And yes, the Morse Code is real and does spell out a message!

        Thanks for your interest in my music! I love being able to share it.

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