From church organ drones to locked groove pranks.
Update: JS Aurelius has followed up on the incident with another post to Facebook.
"the music is whatever 2" follows his recent 'Goofin Drones' album on Alter, protesting the military's use of drones.
‘Goofin’ Drones’ takes the producer’s background in programming and affinity for noise and makes a statement against "death by remote control."
JS Aurelius talks free-form performance, freeing America's inmates, and freeing our minds.