Afterdays Media focuses on archaeological views of our contemporary culture. Artifacts, art, or cultural phenomena that picture us in the past tense.

Friday, December 21, 2012

Baktun Number 13

Afterdays wishes everyone a Happy End of Baktun # 13. 

Maybe a more relevant take-away from the revised spate of Maya Calendar Media is the fact that the calendar (and some very nice pottery) outlived the culture that created it by approximately 1000 years. Some of our ideas and gestures outlast us for a very long time. The problem is, we usually don't get to pick which ones...

Saturday, December 1, 2012

New Fossil Aerosol Mining Project Release

I'm pleased to announce the release of a new set of recordings by the Fossil Aerosol Mining Project.

Very Early Fragments is the second release to observe our 25th anniversary. Recent tracks created from very early fragments: bits of tape and recorded experiments made a long time ago. Pieces of late twentieth century media, decomposing to the quiet roar of chromium dioxide as it clings to the tape heads. 

You can find it HERE.