Fractal shared a link.
February 8

Hey everyone! This lil' ditty is about the genetic inevitability of the Apocalypse. Enjoy!

Churn, a song by Fractal on Spotify
Fractal shared a memory.

Eight years hence...

Nic Roozeboom to Fractal (public)

Luxurious gatefold DigiPak with 8-page booklet includes comprehensive song lyrics and credits, and a full rendering of Derek K. Nielsen's masterful painting "Sequitur"

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Our next few songs are in 45

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Today's topical contemplation...

Provided to YouTube by CDBaby Aftermath · Fractal Sequitur ℗ 2009 Fractal Released on: 2009-01-01 Auto-generated by YouTube.

"My good friends, for the second time in our history, a British Prime Minister has returned from Germany bringing peace with honour. I believe it is peace for our time. Go home and get a nice quiet sleep."

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Fractal updated their cover photo.
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Fractal shared a link.
Provided to YouTube by CDBaby The Monkey's Paw Including Coda: Pentacle · Fractal Sequitur ℗ 2009 Fractal Released on: 2009-01-01 Auto-generated by YouTube.

Fractal shared the stage with David on a few occasions back when we was, like, on stage and stuff. Go see, listen, enjoy!

Sat 8:00 PM PDTRed Rock CoffeeMountain View, CA
16 people went

Editing audio recorded at last week's concert

Fractal added an event.

A rare chance to see them perform.

Sat 6:00 PM PDTMountain View Center for the Performing ArtsMountain View, CA
14 people went
Fractal shared a link.

Fun collab..might play this track at our next gig May 2:

Music video for "Ellipsis" by Fractal. From the CD "Sequitur" available at iTunes. Music used by permission. Fractal zoom animation by Eric Bigas. 2006. This...

playing at the MVCPA on May 2nd!

"And the one by Nancarrow made me laugh! ..." ;o/

The use of odd-time signatures, and frequently changing time signatures from measure to measure, came into popular Western music in the late 1800s and early 1900s through classical music pieces written by composers including Bela Bartok, Igor Stravinsky, and others.

The band is back together. As we say in the biz: "Stay tuned"....

Maybe we should try another improv...

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I fucking love science

See that tiny dot at the bottom? That's Earth, compared to this enormous solar prominence as it erupted last month.

Check out a video of the event here: