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  1. Faekinos
    "The blackhumour audio project had its beginnings in early with the first few experiments I was doing on my teac 4-track reel-to-reel recorder. The resulting early pieces were not so good, but some of the pieces which were done with my then audio-partner, somebody else, were successful.
  2. Shagami
    blackhumour - binary (and/or) Nihilistic Recordings (NhR) human voice only digital and analog editing no reverb no effects no speed- or back-masking think like math a1 - no talent a2 - the smell of tall buildings a3 - essensual b1 - bill me later b2 - immaterial b3 - see dick run blackhumour - binary (and/or).
  3. Taukora
    Explore releases from the Nihilistic Recordings label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Nihilistic Recordings releases.
  4. Gole
    immaterial definition: 1. not important, or not relating to the subject you are thinking about: 2. not important, or not. Learn more.
  5. Dikus
    Immaterial definition, of no essential consequence; unimportant. See more.
  6. Tojashakar
    ‘Even if immaterial souls do not exist, there is good reason not to identify the deaths of people with the deaths of their bodies.’ ‘We find new relationships with technologies by rubbing our corporeal bodies up against them, not by crossing a threshold into their immaterial worlds.’.
  7. Gora
    Immaterial may refer to. The opposite of matter, material, materialism, or materialistic; Maya (illusion), a concept in all Indian religions, that all matter is a grand illusion Incorporeality; Immaterialism, or subjective idealism; Immaterial financial matters, in accounting and auditing terms; Immaterial, a short story collection by Robert Hood.
  8. Kem
    Define immaterial. immaterial synonyms, immaterial pronunciation, immaterial translation, English dictionary definition of immaterial. adj. 1. Of no importance or relevance; inconsequential or irrelevant.