Seizure's ambient freak out version of Ryan Van Winkle's post future
broken poem "I Remember Having a Dime in My Pocket (Syracuse
1966)" was produced with cheap microphones and an expensive
computer. Ryan read the poem aloud in a Tom Waits-esque basement
with mice feeding on stale pita breads and Seizure attempted to
make him sound like a young Phillip Glass. Seizure had no idea
what a young Phillip Glass sounds like, but that it how his mind
works. The pair live and work in Scotland and are proud of their
ridiculous last names. This is their first and only known collaboration.
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I Remember Having a Dime in My Pocket (Syracuse 1966)
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