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09 Jun 2022
Discussion with Alice Friedemann
Jordan Brown speaks with Alice Friedemann in an attempt to introduce her two books When Trucks Stop Running: Energy and the Future of Transportation from 2016, and Life After Fossil Fuels: A Reality Check on Alternative Energy from 2021—both very important works about peak oil, climate change, and…
29 Oct 2020
Discussion with Baroness Susan Greenfield about Screen Culture and Stare Into The Lights My Pretties
Jordan Brown speaks with Baroness Susan Greenfield as part of a reflection on his award-winning documentary Stare Into The Lights My Pretties from 2017 for the International Symposium on Technology And Society (ISTAS) in November 2020…
12 Nov 2019
Quorum Sensing for Cultural Memory (Remix, No Vocals)
An alternative mix of the track Quorum Sensing for Cultural Memory (Nostalgia of the Young) from the album Some Kind of Anthropocene (2014). This mix has the vocals removed so you can enjoy the instruments, and features a somewhat alternate ending, with live drums.
09 Dec 2018
Interview: Communication Mixdown
Zac Shapiro interviews Jordan Brown about his feature-length documentary, Stare Into The Lights My Pretties, for the programme Communication Mixdown on 3CR Radio. The show considers the impacts and consequences of communication events through a critical eye of the increasingly interconnected, multi…
28 Jan 2018
Interview: Resistance Radio
Derrick Jensen interviews Jordan Brown for the Resistance Radio programme on the Progressive Radio Network. We speak about technology and the impact on society as part of exploring Jordan’s new documentary film, Stare Into The Lights My Pretties.
12 Dec 2017
An ambient piece from the recording sessions for the soundtrack of Stare Into The Lights My Pretties (2017). Used in the film while author Nicholas Carr discusses the impact of screen culture on memory, deep reading, contemplativeness, and critical thinking.
31 Oct 2017
Stare Into The Lights My Pretties
We live in a world of screens. The average adult spends the majority of their waking hours in front of some sort of screen or device. We’re enthralled, we’re addicted to these machines. How did we get here? Who benefits? What are the cumulative impacts on people, society and the environme…
14 Mar 2017
Put It in the Robot
An incredibly short mash-up made in response to the topic of “Sexual Disfunction.” There is a germ of an idea in there about how technology has destroyed physical intimacy through communication at a distance, living vicariously through pornography, and an incessant media culture of spectacle and sim…
08 Dec 2016
Written, performed, recorded and mixed by Jordan Brown throughout the many rooms of a warehouse on Pitt St, Brunswick… Instruments used were real drum kit, real bass guitar, real voice, real upright piano, real guitar with unreal computer wash, no synths allowed…
29 Jul 2016
Glass Army - Star For Hire (Jore Remix)
Remix of Star for Hire, a track by Glass Army from the EP Bios Baby (2006). Inspired by glitch and the Google book scanning controversy. Contains sampling from the works of Marc Leclair, Brewster Kahle, IJsbrand van Veelen, Tegenlicht, and Alex Bulley, Jesse Bulley and Jordan Brown…
02 Jan 2016
Like Lambs To The Slaughter
On the last day of 2015, I found myself in the middle of the city of Melbourne, with a camera. What resulted is this film—which I now understand to be some kind of documentary about some of the strangest and subtlest, yet glaringly obvious aspects of this culture that we all find ourselves …
28 Dec 2015
Creeping Normalcy (Raw Session Files)
Raw session files from Creeping Normalcy Album (2009), zeroed for your remixing pleasure. All muic/noise/lyrics written, performed, recorded and mixed by Jordan Brown in a house on Forbes St, Carrington NSW over the months spanning May-October 2009…
24 Aug 2015
Forget Shorter Showers
Would any sane person think dumpster diving would have stopped Hitler, or that composting would have ended slavery or brought about the eight-hour workday; or that chopping wood and carrying water would have gotten people out of Tsarist prisons; or that dancing around a fire would have helped…
10 Jan 2015
A track recorded during the creation of Some Kind of Anthropocene (2014). Lyrics adapted from Page 24 of the book Fire and Ice—Disturbing the Comfortable and Comforting the Disturbed While Tracking Our Wildest Dreams by Laurel Luddite and Skunkly Monkly (2004).
14 Dec 2014
A chat with Derrick Jensen about The Panopticon
Sections 0:05:04 The Panopticon 0:09:51 If you’ve got nothing to hide, you’ve got nothing to fear 0:13:12 Surveillance and the unequal relationship of power 0:15:24 Defining the technology, Lewis Mumford 0:16:34 Democratic and authoritarian technic 0:21:52 The computer is an authoritarian technic 0:…
08 Nov 2014
Some Kind of Anthropocene
Released 5th November 2014, independently. This album was written, performed, recorded and mixed by Jordan Brown over the many on-and-off months spanning May 2011 to September 2014, in the many on-and-off rooms of a former lingerie factory with asbestos roof on Pitt St in so-called …
22 Jul 2014
Feel of Poppies
A short social commentary inspired by the reactions on social media to a death in the television series Game of Thrones at the time, meanwhile the real world burns. So which world do we live in and relate to most? The TV world or the real physical world, and our very own lives?