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The Proxemics EP

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Mike McCormick

Label: Self Released
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

woodyard; over mountains (clouds); moving; moving on;

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Laura Swankey: voice; Mike McCormick: electric guitar; Knut Kvifte Nesheim: drum kit, vibraphone;

Album Description

In the summer of 2016, Mike McCormick decided to address his performative limitations by composing a set of personalized technical studies for the electric guitar. Exploring the physical and practical distance between him and his instrument encouraged him to examine other “distances” in various aspects of his life. This lead him to compose songs using texts from a collection of saved letters, emails, and electronic messages sent to him from partners with whom he had been previously intimately involved in order to examine the emotional “spaces” he had created in his life. This resulting collection of compositions, his Proxemic Studies, are an intensely personal examination of human intimacy that depict the unabashed beauty of unconditional love, the bitterness of heartbreak, and the volatility of passionate lust.


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