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Options March 8, 2012: Transmuteo: Episode 1 - Entering The Crystal Cathedral - For Radio Boredcast


Transmuteo is the audiovisual, multimedia project of Jonathan Dean, along with various collaborators, visual and musical. The project encompasses sound, live performance, video, visual art, gallery installation and experimental social networking. The sound of Transmuteo is inspired by new age music, especially the pioneering 1970s and 80s work of artists such as Iasos, Bearns & Dexter, Steve Halpern and Malcolm Cecil. New age beliefs - Dolphin Consciousness, The Melchizedek Method, crystal healing, Angelic Reiki - provide a conceptual basis for the project. The music utilizes samples, environmental sounds, found and prepared cassettes, effects pedals, synths and analog drone to create dense, textural, psychedelic music that revels in the shining artifice of the New Age.

For Radio Boredcast, Transmuteo has created four special one-hour broadcasts that collect meditative sounds from various musicians, along with exclusive pieces created by Transmuteo especially for the Boredcast. Along the way, you will hear guided meditations, channeled messages, interview excerpts, descriptions of advanced spiritual technologies, as well as the inspirational words of your host, one of the Atlantean Starseeds of Transmuteo.

The project began in early 2011 in Tallahassee, Florida, where several multimedia performances were mounted which combined video, music and group meditation. The debut release for the project was released on July 15th of 2011, a cassette entitled Cymaglyphs on the Rotifer Cassettes label, based in Northern California. The small edition of the tape sold out in a week. February 2012 saw the release of Dreamsphere Megamix, a 90-minute cassette that utilizes binaural technology to induce a series of energetic awakenings in the listener. A special edition of the cassette is accompanied by a limited edition book containing digital art by Transmuteo, along with instructions for "dreaming awake" in the New New Age. The Atlantean Starseeds of Transmuteo are currently based in New Orleans. 


Listen to this show:

Artist Track Album
Bearns & Dexter  Quasars   Options The Golden Voyage Vol. 1 | Awakening Productions, 1977 
Iasos  Crystal-White-Fire-Light   Options Elixir | Inter-Dimensional Music, 1983 
Ashra  Ocean Of Tenderness   Options New Age Of Earth | Virgin, 1977 
Dolphins Into The Future  Ke Ala Ke Kua   Options Ke Ala Ke Kua | K-RAA-K, 2010 
Oneohtrix Point Never  Format & Journey North   Options Zones Without People | Arbor, 2009 
Michael Stearns  Something's Moving   Options Planetary Unfolding | Continuum Montage, 1981 
Dylan Ettinger  The Waterfront   Options New Age Outlaws | Not Not Fun, 2010 
Transmuteo  Timeless Emergence   Options Cymaglyphs | Rotifer Cassettes, 2011 
Edward Larry Gordon  Bethlehem   Options Celestial Vibration | SWN, 1978 
Ray Lynch  The Oh Of Pleasure   Options Deep Breakfast | Ray Lynch Productions, 1984 
Hieroglyphic Being   The Visitation   Options So Much Noise 2 Be Heard | Mathematics, 2009 
Iasos  Lueena Coast   Options Inter-Dimension Music | Unity, 1975 
Joel Vandroogenbroeck  Magnetic Blues   Options Images Of Flute In Nature | Cenacolo, 1978 
Chris Spheeris  Tibet   Options Electric Europe | Columbia, 1982 
Constance Demby  Part One   Options Novus Magnificat: Through The Stargate | Hearts Of Space, 1986 

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