Dieselpunk + Steampunk Culture

An illustration for a piece of music produced for Peppermill Records by Terminal 11 : "We're Just Taking It Back". The concept album, titled 2999, imagines what music is, as this third millenium comes to its ending. The artist, Terminal 11, describes this track as follows :

"I imagined by 2999 producers turn to outdated equipment from hundreds of years prior that would allow them to extract the audio from their dreams and memories to be used as samples which are cataloged from birth to date on the hardware and do so as a throwback to long lost processing.
This track would have been a cataloged account of a trip to Los Angeles, a picnic at the park, a piano session, and a bunch of ducks/geese eating bread in a lake."

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Comment by Athenaprime on June 24, 2010 at 10:41pm
I love the use of perspective.
Comment by Larry on June 24, 2010 at 6:36pm
Ah, the image makes more sense with the background info. Artistically it's a beautiful piece of work.

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