The End Is Here. Elevator Machine Room Brings B’ak’tun Waning (and existence) To A Close

21 12 2012


It’s here. The End. And whether it’s fiery and violent, or quick like turning out the light, Elevator Machine Room brings us the perfect sound track in The Morning After. Experimental soundscapes, deep bass, and spoken word usher through the final steps of this year-long eschatological path, and make it enjoyable, too.

Since today is our last day on Earth, we at Immigrant Breast Nest want to say that the B’ak’tun Waning project has been an absolute pleasure to work on, with each artist approaching the project in a fresh and inventive way and creating absolutely brilliant work. Particular thanks go to David Morneau for curating, organizing, and inventing the project. As pre-apocalyptic rituals go, we couldn’t have asked for better.

See you all on the other side. If there is one.

Derek Tibs (CEO, Immigrant Breast Nest)



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