Complete Denial After Vivid Proof

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This project came from a long committed exploration into the nature of experiences in and out of dream states. Each song came out of a direct experience and a continuously exploratory aesthetic. Ground rules were laid out and adhered to, one of the biggest being to simply get out of the way.

Used are natural textures made by real instruments flowing inside each other creating a continuously moving backdrop. Ideas flow in a minimalist fashion but do evolve over time to tell a story.

"Complete Denial After Vivid Proof" was written with a commitment to seeking that was kept in depth. The album goes through the stages of a relationship from first sight to total strangers in the end. Of course there are metaphoric relations to many other things with these stages that are also explored here. The album is meant to be listened to as one piece with different sections.


released November 15, 2011

All songs written, performed, and produced by Scott Hafferkamp. Artwork by Cate Davies. Additional engineering by Chris Gray and Chuck Mauk. Additional work on outlay by Alyssa VanVooren. Rapture Heart Records 2011.


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