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n(o)ne – Prelude [Review]

n(o)ne – Prelude [Review]

This is ‘Prelude’, the new track from Indie electronica artist n(o)ne.

Conceptualised about renouncing ego to put aside individualism, ‘Prelude’ is the overture to a seven episode journey, led by the anonymous art collective known as n(o)ne. Written as an invocation to the muse, it draws its influence from the Odyssey, promoting themes of unity and cooperation. n(o)ne are raising awareness for their release, asking listeners to share videos of themselves dancing whilst covering their faces with the hashtag #weareallone.

The anonymous art collective is made up of artists, graphic designers, music producers and video makers. Forming their brand around four key concepts, n(o)ne believe in Art, Anonymity, Meaning and Overcoming the Ego. Musically and artistically drawing from The Chemical Brothers and The XX, n(o)ne intend to spread their message through a story made up of seven parts, each featuring several art pieces inspired by the story. For each part of the story, n(o)ne are creating a virtual exhibition space that will be accessible through an app and the user will get a chance to move through it using their smartphone or in VR. The collective have also put out the call to other artists to join the movement.

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