In With The Outzone

by Coco Carbomb and Witchboy

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about

Although she had heard a hundred stories about the Outzone, it was the pop songs that had finally cemented her decision. She had been listening to the In with the Outzone album that was on all the radios in the hive that summer. Her favourite holo-pop singer, Coco Carbomb had recorded most of the music in the Outzone with some local character they called the ‘witchboy’. The pair sang about a wild place filled with crazy parties, pleasure-tech and high adventure. It seemed as good a place to run to as any. When she heard the song about a small-town teen running wild,it struck a chord. She downloaded the song directly to tape and would listen to it on repeat, sullen-faced in the knowledge of what she was about to do.

No one could have suspected her true motives or the strength of her conviction, yet lots of girls her age must have shared the urge to escape the locked-down routines of the Lowlands:the subterranean suburb-bunkers; the regimentation and factory food; all those sky-malls. Almost anything that blew out of the lawlessness of the Outzone was quickly elevated to fable in such sterile quarters.But now that she was finally here, the reality of the Zone turned everything she had heard about it to lukewarm gossip. The music however, lingered, becoming even more potent in its native element. She remembered all those times, trapped in the’burbs, staring out of a bubble-window with the volume turned all the way up, fantasising about the tropical realm that In with the Outzone described. It was to these escapist moments that she returned when it finally came time to run. Because, by now, she truly believed that it was in the Zone that she would finally be able to leave behind – and indeed forget forever –the terrible thing she had done. Even now, so far away from home, she could not even bring herself to think about it. Out in the jungle, strange birds called. Their voices looped out into space and she imagined that they were speaking to her in an ancient, long-forgotten language. Calling to her from just beyond the tree line.

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released March 1, 2015

Companion piece to Taty Went West by Nikhil Singh/Witchboy

vimeo.com/120941159

Mastered at POMP except 'WILD CHERRY' mastered by Dirk Hugo




MUSIC VIDEOS
Small Town Girl - vimeo.com/83749898
Wild Cherry - www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0KTnLZO1w0
Japanese Cowboy - www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JqpzTo9xHQ
Insex - www.youtube.com/watch?v=aGsc3sKk5Cw
Heartbreaka - vimeo.com/32580796
Bad Company - vimeo.com/33024803

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