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Survivors 03:33
We Are Survivors
Humanity 05:52
Just Like a Test, I cram to Understand Youuuuuuu
Let's plan a potluck
Inside you give
Mad Dog 2020 05:32


There has been a long history of music speaking on the troubles of society, wielded as an instrument of change or simply reflecting on the ills of the day. Sometimes things are so overwhelming that it is used as a escape or distraction. 2020 has been a year beyond measure in these modern times, immense loss and changes to life as we know it, it has been hard to maintain a sense of enthusiasm. Dipping in and out of cynicism and a positive outlook has become a challenge but as it is my main form of expression I refuse to dull the light within. Fighting through the exhaustion of witnessing African American men and women killed in the street like dogs, this generation’s movement has taken up the cause but not without its own controversy and an incendiary response by what can only be described as an evil empire controlled by madmen. I wrote this album in response to the days we’re living in. I don’t know what lays ahead in the immediate future but the phases eventually sync and the beat goes on......


released October 2, 2020

Songs Composed and Produced by Eric Douglas Porter for Toothpickles(ASCAP)
Mixing and Mastering: And The Kick Drum Is Default
Cover Painting: Gerard Fortune, courtesy of The Harlem Arts Salon
Published by The Student Body Presents
October 2020


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Afrikan Sciences New York, New York

Eric Douglas Porter is one of the most
expansive and intensive musical torch bearers of modern
experimental composition. A self taught multi-instrumentalist and a true outsider, he challenging the
canon and the limitations of musical expression through his
complex yet mind opening rhythmical and sonic woven formations.
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