I'm a blue collar noisician working on my experimental microtonal industrial drone projects and finally becoming okay with my life. I've called myself a musician before. I certainly have been one. It was terrible! I'm serious! It didn't inspire me! It killed my creativity! The further I've gotten from employing such ideas, the better off I've become! It was absolutely horrible to have a complete creative block. Now that I'm working through it; I could just explode!
My main focus is the neo-shamanic meditative, altered states inducing, mind expanding i.e. psychedelic(also because it's hallucinogenic), industrial dub noise project. I'm doing synths live with vocals and tape, for justice! Being the guinea pig for this project has come with a heavy price. Just because you can skip standard steps of information and ritual à la chaos magick, doesn't mean you won't need to do some catching up to cope with and get the most out of something entirely new. I started off dabbling with magick, but I unleashed something advanced while working on a great creative idea. Long story. I took down including the altered states description for a good while because it needed to undergo a process of stabilization and refinement. But it's better than ever now and will roll out soon. It is my life's mission to heal, help expand consciousness, improve mental health and function while furthering our evolution. That is my hope. But even if I am the only one benefiting from it, I will use these gifts for us all. I got the mix perfect over the weekend and right after was visited by what looked like three spirits. Not just my mind, but my entire body is working far better now! I'm so very eager to find out where this all leads!
The newest tracks: http://soundcloud.com/sky-jacobs/
My best recording is at the top of the soundcloud link. I sing & play(mostly just chords on) an electric violin, analog synthesizers, gong and tabla. I'll post more here later. Why not? Old stuff you can check out though it's mostly just okay in my opinion: http://jacobsladder.bandcamp.com/