Imagine, then, that we are surrounded by an endless field of noise- every person, whether they can ‘hear’ or not, is moving through this field of non-musical sound, the raw chaos of natural existence, and that although this chaos may not offer itself as pleasurable, it is necessary, and, for that matter, does not care what people think about it, with the moment of experiencing noise music itself being exposed to a natal image of transcendent noise.
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