No Nothingness​/​Triangulation

by Storm Bugs

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The first new Storm Bugs material for over ten years and the first digital release. No Nothingness began life as an instrumental – a one-take sequencer and synthesizer recording by Philip Sanderson. Steven Ball added vocals and following a remix or two and the addition of backing vocals, bass and percussion by Sanderson and lastly a drone loop from Ball, No Nothingness was born. The B-side Triangulation shows off the original instrumental sequencer track and drone loop. The whole process was conducted by drop box with Sanderson working in Hastings and Ball in London.


released September 15, 2013



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Between 1978-81 Storm Bugs released 3 cassettes on the Snatch Tapes label and two 7-inch records: the Table Matters EP and the Metamorphose single. In 2002 the band released an EP of new material, The Bugs Are Back. In 2012 Storm Bugs performed live for the first time in 30 years at the Rammel Weekender. ... more

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Track Name: No Nothingness
a wave front is advancing
sweeping across the plain
bringing millions of microbes
dust, sun, and rain

warmer winds are blowing
on a global scale
the sun is on your back
there's something on your trail

sound cuts the silence
silence cuts the sound
on or off
or off and on

tracking cross the desert
eating up the land
sunspots on your fingers
a rain map on your hand

mountain vegetation
ocean irrigation
ice cap conflagration
energy simulation

a thousand miles forward
a thousand behind
a thousand below you
a thousand above

there is no future
no history
you're in the present
you're on repeat

there is no nature
over there
no solid matter
but molecules
are everywhere

no parts, no whole
no greater sum
no sum, no part
no greater whole

there is no space
no emptiness
no nothing
no nothingness