Dismayed, yet reinvigorated by events in the world and the political shambles in the US, Insect Posse wanted to record a soundtrack to the chaos. "A Thousand Plateaus" references Deleuze and Guattari, while "Just Shy of Two Dozen Regrets" explores the depression, despair, malaise, and the relative indolence of a passive American population in the midst of the chaos.
The music has an intentional stentorian quality: to sound the alarm, the tocsin, to become a toxin to passivity.
In some regards, Insect Posse have returned to their roots in Situationism - that place from which they originated before its demise. This is an attempt, a rallying cry, for a new generation to embrace Situationist theory and practice.
"There is no greater love of humanity than a riot." - Mark Supial
released February 15, 2012
All music composed and performed by Crisp Asset and Mark Supial
Recorded in the beautiful village of Castleton-On-Hudson, New York