Here is the first track I'm putting out from my bunker jam project with Cem, ironically called "Comparison Doesn't Frighten Me", as this is blatantly untrue.
But it doesn't frighten Richard Feynman or Krishnamurti, who are both sampled in the track extolling their world views.
Permit me my pretensions on making the track, which perhaps you can read whilst listening:
I often think music is like a thing evolving - its a thing that can exist as one moment but necessarily takes time to realise.
French Horns are at the start starting off the Universe, like Tolkein's Ainur, before a electronic saw of hydrogen sears its way through the cosmos.
Complexity arises, with the organ: people start being born; losing their innocence after the serpent shows the Tree of Good and Evil; comparing their naked and non-naked selves; educating, killing and creating as lamented by Krishnamurti; then the guitar cuts through with its industry up to a drum explosion and climax; until finally Feynman himself brings it home to the heat-death Omega Point on the last piano note.
I'll release about 5 more tracks over the next few weeks, which will be at http://soundcloud.com/m-edmondson