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Chaos Rise Up

by Jeremy dePrisco

Proverbs 02:59
Creepy Girl 02:34


Industrial hard folk/rock album featuring all original material. Music inspired by many forms of media (movies, news, Internet) and expressing the struggles of technology and chaos in our world.

Includes an electric remix of “Chaos Factory” from Immaculate Misconceptions and a modern update for “Ones & Zeroes” (originally recorded for Homegrown Music in 1997).

Chaos Rise Up is sort of a transition album, crossing the line between my singer-songwriter days, and into the realm where I began performing with computers on stage.

This album includes writing/recording that pre-dates my change of direction into more abstract and electronic work that was spurred on by attendance at electro-music 2010, a combination music conference/festival.

Chaos Rise Up might be of interest to fans of Jethro Tull, Cat Stevens, or progressive rock in general. There's still some heavy folk influences here, more traditional song structures, and styles. Unlike the work that would follow, this material is almost entirely guitar-centric.

PS: Physical CDs - with deluxe artwork - are still available, but since the trend has been toward downloads, I am not posting them here for now.

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released August 25, 2010

Jeremy dePrisco - Voices, Acoustic/Electric Guitar, Bass, Synthesizer, Sampling and MIDI programming.

Dave Eisenhower - Bells and chimes on "What's Reality". Drums on all other tracks except "Organ Harvest" which was sequenced by Jeremy. Drums recorded at Green Valley Recording, Hughesville, PA with Richard Rupert.

Michael Hickey - Lead Guitar on "Ones & Zeroes"

Jim Beeley - Voice on "What's Reality"

Music & Lyrics by Jeremy dePrisco
Produced and Engineered by Jeremy dePrisco

Copyright 2010 Jeremy dePrisco (ASCAP)
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Graphics by Smiling Otis Design


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Jeremy dePrisco Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Jeremy dePrisco is a Pennsylvania musician, composer, performer, and sound artist using improvisation, collaboration, and noise to examine and recontextualize the alienation inherent in media influence, socially constructed reality, conspiracy, and myth.

He works with field recordings, guitar, electronics, synthesizers, radios, found sounds, home-made gadgets, and processed video.
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