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Material Culture

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Location:Muncie, Indiana
Year(s):2004 - 2006
Categorized as:Indie Rock, Experimental
Members:Justin K Prim
Website:cllct.com/art/materialculture
Label:Perpetual Motion
Total Request:11492 (11177 downloads, 315 plays)
Total Request:11492 (11177 downloads, 315 plays)
About:
Material Culture was the performance and recording musical name for Justin K Prim from 2004-2006. It started when revel in the morning and ended when Kid Primitive Family began.

Historically, it goes like this:

Once there was a rock band in the town of Muncie, IN that consisted of 5 people. When that rock band broke up, one of the members (Justin [K Prim]) felt a little confused and sad. He felt like he was still ...  read more

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193 requests

 2004, Perpetual Motion,

The first solo record of Justin K Prim.  Explorations in recording and songwriting process that had various results.  Some electronic beats, some chopped up guitar loops, some live drums, reverb, and finding my own singing voice.

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    40 Miles Out
     
     
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    To My Highschool History Teacher, Who I Once Loved But Never Knew
     
     
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    Dear Scott, Love Wolverine.
     
     
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    To Make A Long Story Short, Don't Tell It
     
     
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    Leave And Not Look Back
     
     

 
 
569 requests

 2005, Perpetual Motion,

This album is a collaboration between Jon Rogers and (I) Justin K Prim. I spent a few months layering sounds in my room. I finger-picked electric guitars over and over themselves, while playing with a drum set, trumpets and saxophones, manipulated samples, and some other strange noises from the house. Then I gave it to Jon and he wrote the perfect lyrics and then sang them. In the end, this is a pretty album, folky, but with some really strange stuff going on in the background.
Released: 2/2005 (25 cd-r copies)

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    Hope (Mother Culture, Banished!)
     
     
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    I Had A Vision And It Was You, Jon
     
     
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    History (Is The Story We Tell Our Children To Turn Them Into Future Capitalists.)
     
     
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    Minus (Its That Soft Hum We All Hear But We Never Quite Mention)
     
     
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    Who Is Jon Rogers?
     
     
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    This Isn't Listening, This Is Waiting
     
     
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    God Bless Capitalism
     
     
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    Four One Way Streets Come To A Dead End Stop at a Four Way Intersection
     
     
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    I Feel Like Society Isn't Listening
     
     
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    Who Is Justin Clark?
     
     
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    "Post-Haste"
     
     

 
 
116 requests

 2005, Perpetual Motion,

This is a random collection.  Never released to the public until now.

An Eric Alexander cover from the Muncie Noise comp, a Le Tigre Cover and a cover of the Mario Rap.

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    Independant Woman
     
     
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    Warp to World 6-9
     
     
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    Get off the Internet
     
     

 
 
221 requests

 2005, Perpetual Motion,

This band is called Material Culture.
This EP is called Cap'n Jazz. It's a tribute or maybe an obession.

Performed, Mixed, and Mastered by Justin Clark.
Drums by Erick Sherman
Photo by Bobby Burg.
All songs written by Cap'n Jazz.

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    In the Clear
     
     
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    Ooh Do I Love You Interlude
     
     
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    Oh Messy Life
     
     
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    AOK
     
     
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    Forget Who We Are
     
     

 
 
189 requests

 2006, Perpetual Motion,

Material Culture/Prim Fam: Texas Dancefloor Battle Split.
In a strange transitional period, I remixed three of the songs from “Hope” under my new moniker; Kid Primitive. I emphasized the drums and bass in the tracks, turning them into dance beats. I also recorded two new songs and recorded them acoustically. I didn’t know what to do with all this, so I released it as a split with myself. The death of my old Material Culture project and the birth of the Kid Primitive project.
Released: 11/2006 (Internet Download only)

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    In Texas
     
     
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    God Bless Capitalism. (Texas Reprise)
     
     
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    Ear to Society Dance Mix
     
     
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    Post-Haste Clubber Remix
     
     
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    Four Dead End to Dance Floor Mix
     
     

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