The Allegorical Power Series is an ongoing series of freely downloadable audio meant to address the possibilities and roles of abstract or experimental music as social and political response. The first release in the series was 1 June 2003, which contains an explanation of the ideas behind the programming of the Allegorical Power series. For information on future releases in this series, sign up for the Antiopic newsletter.

We're Breaking Up Receiver 1

8 minutes 6 seconds

Lovely Midget Crystal System

4 minutes 5 seconds

Presocratics If They Come In The Morning

6 minutes 41 seconds
previous releases:
Volume I, June 2003
Volume II, July 2003
Volume III, August 2003
Volume IV, September 2003
Volume V, October 2003

duul_drv under words, there is something hidden

6 minutes 38 seconds

Julien Ottavi and Dion Workman Beginning Again

6 minutes 1 second

Desist Untitled

7 minutes 12 seconds

If our economy of freedom fails to distribute wealth as ably as it has created it, the road to dictatorship will be open to any man who can persuasively promise security to all.
—Will Durant

In your dread of dictators you established a state of society in which every ward boss is a dictator, every private employer a dictator, every financier a dictator, all with the livelihood of the workers at his mercy, and no public responsibility.
—George Bernard Shaw

The people never give up their liberties but under some delusion.
—Edmund Burke