Code of conduct S​/​H

by Cas Todden

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'Code of conduct S/H' is Cas Todden's debut album on MarsMelons. Speaking with Cas about the release, he reveals the songs are representations of semi-hallucinatory or dreamlike states of mind of his, often colorful and strange.

Many of these tracks are sort of hypnagogic, in that they are as much visions from dreams, as they are descriptions of real life imaginations. 'CINE' is about a dream I had after reading a book on the war on drugs in the Philippines, while 'Duped pop tram' comes from a vision of a tram I had, a very colorful scene with the tram in San Francisco bouncing on top of the tracks like that powder gum you get which crackles in your mouth, and everyone on the tram are quiet, and there's an ironic sort of seriousness to what it's doing. 'Katmandu' is a re-occuring vision/dream I have, which always gives me great comfort for some reason, of a pair of keys, a house maid, and a brown kitchen, floating above the mountains in Katmandu - it's reassuring, always telling me things will be OK. 'Bus Window View October 05' was dire and black, angst ridden, a real life occurence. 'Death Message Hieroglyphs' came out of the '07 mescalooza, and Jeru is an ode to the Damaja. The last two are also re-occuring visions/dreams about death, and they're not sad at all.

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released April 12, 2017

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Morten Dilevski Molthe Oslo, Norway

Morten is an audio doodler releasing music under many different guises.

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