The Red Headed Sound Healer Who Smashes a Drum in Your Face

The Red Headed Sound Healer Who Smashes a Drum in Your Face

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The Red Headed Sound Healer Who Smashes a Drum in Your Face

Here is a great anecdote from Rip Damon, about the day he came up with his a.I.R meditation technique. It’s only one part of the story, but it really made me laugh and I just had to share it with all of you. Enjoy! ↓

The Red Headed Sound Healer Who Smashes a Drum in Your Face

I believe I have mentioned in previous articles about Rip Damon’s music, and that he has his own intentions when approaching music. These being based on a much deeper level, than what you would normally hear in other artists pushing for more shallow agendas.

Rip’s music is about introspection, and searching your own mind. Allowing it to automatically illustrate itself whilst you bare witness to it. He’s an an acoustician, and an advocate of psychology and spiritual awareness.

Rip has spent the last decade practicing numerous meditative techniques, working with, along-side and visiting acclaimed sound healers and other specialists within the spiritualist community. He told me that it’s more about not being told what will make you better, or carry you further. And more about what it is that makes you want to understand more, not just about yourself, but ourselves.

He stated; “I’ve met so many people doing this, some of the kindest warm hearted people in the world. I’ve also met manipulators and con artists. Although it’s easy to figure them out, they seem to prey on lovely people and I hate that…” 

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“The worst one was this “healer” who charged money on the door… So ok! I get why… But that really wasn’t the problem. (No refunds as well!) But I’ll get to that. So we all pay money on the door, and we all go in to this room. Everyone finds a space and starts laying all their yoga mats on the floor, we just start getting ready. For what? We don’t actually know yet… But what we do know is that it’s some kind of sound healing. A new revolutionary and exciting technique!

So once everyone from outside finally all spilled into this room, there was about twenty three, maybe twenty five of us in there just waiting for this thing to start… It was a twenty quid entry by the way, just incase you was wondering. Finally, the lights dimmed, and this woman walks out. She had this beautiful deep red and long curly hair, and these wispy clothes that kind of made her look like she just floated around.

My first thought was, yep she looks the part! I’m guessing for some kind of beautiful relaxing harp with maybe a rain stick or something, medieval drumming maybe!… But long notion short, I was wrong! And I definitely didn’t know at the time, how wrong I was, nor did I have any inkling into the actual dangers she had in store for us.

Now don’t get me wrong, these things are usually! And I mean always usually, like ninety nine percent usually! Always something like what I was imagining! They’re usually a musician of some kind or enthusiast at the least, and they do something with the sound that is intended to sooth you in some way. 

This usually takes its form in some kind of angelic and melodic pieces infused with beautiful intentions. Or as some kind of rhythmic trance like drumming, like shamanic drumming or whatever reference of culture it might be being borrowed from. ASMR is probably the most popular form of sound soothing of any kind at the moment, this is mostly because of it works, along with its simplicity and required skillset needed to produce.

But this woman… This woman with her big red curly hair and wispy clothes. She didn’t have any of that in mind. But the way she introduced it!.. She really had this way with spiritual buzz words, she was so good actually that I even found myself hanging on every word. She was good!

She started off talking about sound frequencies, how we are surrounded by them constantly. Our bodies create them, constantly. Every breath, every movement. To the ambience of everything around us. To the very planet beneath our feet. The sun our solar system, our galaxy, our universe! A chaotic blend of creative and destructive frequencies. But most importantly of all, the sound frequencies that heal.

When I said I was hanging on every word, I wasn’t lying… But she lost me around that last bit. Just so you know it was the sound frequencies that heal part, that’s when I looked sideways over to my friend. She knew exactly what I was thinking. Another miracle elixir salesperson peddling on us, lovely poor poor idiots. But here’s the thing! She actually backed up her premise with some real theoretical science. Although it had nothing to do with what she was actually going to do to us.

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I couldn’t help but admire that in someway. She was definitely a clever one I’ll give her that! She started talking about how we can kill cancer with sound frequencies, she meant Ultra Sonic Sound Frequencies but she didn’t say that though. The thing is that this in theory, is actually true! It can be done, in a lab environment. I’m not to sure about this working, whilst the cancer is still in an actual person. Because in truth we just don’t have the technology to use this practically, at the moment.

But anyway, she used this as a segue to approach what she had in store for us. Because now, I could see it in peoples faces, they were like; WOW! Sound kills cancer! Amazing! Heal me now! So the curly red haired woman signals her friend over, who was sitting over in the corner behind a disassembled drum kit. She had short blue hair and some washed out denim dungarees on.

She stands up holding a cymbal stand set at full reach. With a huge ride cymbal attached to the end of it, and a snare drum in her other hand. She walks over to the middle of the room. Passing the snare drum to the curly red haired woman. I really didn’t like where this was going. You could feel the uncertainty in the room. As we just watched them getting ready, to do their… Healing, on us.

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All of a sudden my eyes widened and I had this intense feeling of dread, as the red haired woman locked eyes with me. They both pull a single drumstick from their own pockets, taking up position. Dungaree girl holds the big ride cymbal literally inches above my head, it kind of looked like I was wearing one of those coolie hats. I was hoping for something new, but I still didn’t know what to expect. I looked up with my eyes, and I could just feel my head sinking into my shoulders. 

The red head stood in-front of me… But just over to the side a little bit. She holds the snare drum up directly in-front of my face. So the bottom of the drum was pointing straight at me. I really wasn’t liking where this was going, but I humored them. I’d actually been in stranger situations way worse than this before, and in all honesty they all ended up ok in the end! So I gave them the benefit of the doubt.

Which, to be honest… I shouldn’t have.

The curly red head goes onto explain that the frequencies of the universe are all ours to conduct. But to truly destroy the evil ones, to disrupt the frequencies that create all pain, we need to force them out of ourselves. Because we collect these frequencies, we become carriers of all the negative frequencies and then we pass them on. Unintentionally. Now to destroy…It takes two very special frequencies, a chord of majesty. (A chord of majesty!? I was actually terrified at this point).

And lots of power! It has been proven by science! This isn’t fluff, this is undisputable truth! The thing is, when she was saying this it was like watching a guitarist on stage. You know like when a lead guitarist whacks out some absolute awesome guitar solo, and the head looks up as the spine arches backwards.. It’s like this uncontrollable, in the moment… thing! And it’s really cool to see in person. Well anyway, these two! They were both doing that thing, as she talked away.

I kind of knew what was going to happen now. So I took that opportunity to quickly reach into my pocket and get my ear defender buds, out and in before any of them saw. And oh man, I felt so much relief when I did! The last thing I heard her say was something about, harnessing the power of the doppler effect, binaural beats and destructive interferences. And then the sweet peaceful sound of my earbuds squeezing into my ear holes.

I just closed my eyes and took the longest most cleansing breath I had ever taken in, and waited a few seconds… And then out of nowhere they both started just whaling on the drum and cymbal as hard as they could. I mean, I could hear it all clear as day! Even through the defenders. I could feel the air from the sound of the drum hitting my face. And as I looked up all I could see was this mess of red curls flying around everywhere. Dungaree girl was smashing the cymbal like a samurai. If they were trying to destroy anything it was my freaking ears.

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I knew I wasn’t getting anything but from this, and I had to ask them to just stop. I didn’t really give them an excuse, I just said “No, just stop”. And moved away from them. A lot of people got up to leave at that point, and I don’t blame them at all. They all packed up and went. The funny thing was, not everyone left… There were these three girls, the nicest people I’d ever met in my life actually. 

I don’t know what it was or why they chose to, but they stayed. More than happy just letting them smashing the snare drum in their faces, and that cymbal over their heads. Whilst the red head writhed her head around, gyrating. A maelstrom of red curls. I was just amazed.

I spoke to the three girls after and they said they knew they weren’t going to get anything from it. But they just didn’t want to upset the two doing the “sound healing”. But in all honesty, we all definitely got something from it. Just not what we intended really. So I invited everyone along to a rhythmic ASMR session for free, which my friend ran at the time to make up for it.

This was actually the day I came up with the auditory illustrated revere meditation. So maybe the banging did do something… Who knows really. What I do know is though, that I had a really bad headache, and tinnitus… in spite of the ear defenders.

 

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Avant Garde, A Review of

Avant Garde, A Review of

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Avant Garde, A Review of

a meditative rhythmic auditory sculpture of simplistic complexities. 

This was the first track I ever heard from Rip Damon, and I didn’t quite know how to approach his music. All I was told, was to just go in with an open mind.

After my first conversation with Rip Damon however, the next time I listened to this track again I did so with what you could call an enlightened mindset. Of course; Not to be mistaken as some kind of form of “enlightenment”, which in all honesty seems more like a marketing term nowadays than some kind of spiritual achievement.

But I digress, this track takes the form of what I can only clearly explain as, a quality of a meditative rhythmic auditory sculpture of simplistic complexities. On my very first listen through I remember not knowing where the music was going to go at first. But after some time, I stopped expecting and started to just listen. The hypnotic rhythm of the track seemed to just have a real calming effect on me.

On my second approach after Rip told me how to properly listen to his work, I tried it out. And I’m going to be honest here. I felt like I opened a door, in my mind. I didn’t space out or go weird or anything like that. I simply purposefully daydreamed. First I looked at the image connected to the track (as seen beneath the video on this page).

I closed my eyes and I imagined myself falling, but there was no fear. It was like I could control my fall, but not like I was flying. And then I noticed the light coming through a crack in my eyelids, and I noticed the shape of the light. So I squeezed my eyes tighter, but the light seemed to stay. It began to take shape.

That’s when I opened my eyes, and I started to drift away from the exercise. I ended up thinking about what I wanted to eat, then I snapped back into the music again. Thinking about what could be possible, I noticed my thoughts, although a little chaotic they had a rhythm to them. Rip told me it takes a little getting used to. It’s about not thinking about yourself, and letting your mind just go on it’s own for a few minutes. Like watching a video. I’m getting there!

I’d say Avant Garde by Rip Damon, is absolutely; an entry level track to try and journey with. The rhythm is strong, the frequencies are wide, the melody is hypnotic and all together as one, a very meditative piece. I’d recommend it for creating any kind of  positive relaxing atmosphere, it’s not necessarily an uplifting piece. So not one to start a party with, unless you’re having a chilled one of course, then by all means do!

Heaviness

Chilled-out

Melodical

ASMR

This track is also available on most of the preferred streaming and download platforms out there, such as; Spotify, Apple Music, I-Tunes Store, Deezer, Pandora… etc

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Rip Damon Talks About In Memoriam Pt 1

Rip Damon Talks About In Memoriam Pt 1

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Rip Damon Talks About In Memoriam Pt 1

Rip finally opens up about his debut album; In Memoriam Pt. 1, released back in July 2019. ↓

Rip Damon Talks About In Memoriam Pt 1

Written by D. M. Astronaut

27 September 2021

Rip Damon is one of R3cords’s original “day one” artists and has currently released two albums to date. (at the point of writing this article) During this time he has remained quite elusive to the public eye, performing very few live shows annually and has had very little social media presence.

So the point of this interview, is to simply just find out what’s been happening with him and to simply just talk about his debut album. If you’ve not had a listen through it yet, it’s now available on all of the music streaming platforms out there. The image of the record is also a Spotify link to the album, so give it a click and add it to your playlist!    

 

DMA:  “Hey Rip, how’s it going?”

Rip:  “Yeah good man, yourself?”

DMA: “Brilliant, actually… It’s been about two months now hasn’t it?

Rip:  “Yeah I think so, the last time I saw you was the day you got this job actually! Doing all the website stuff! How’re you liking it?”

DMA:  “Well of course, I’m loving it, it’s like a dream! I can’t imagine doing anything else anymore.”

Rip:  “That’s nice man, you get to do your thing! Not everyone gets to do the things that they love doing everyday. It’s awesome!”

DMA:  “Yeah I’m pretty lucky, I guess.”

Rip:  “Yeah you are, but don’t let ’em push you around or abuse the fact if you know what I mean.”

DMA:  “I get it, don’t worry I’ve had a lot jobs before this one and this is the most stress free job ever, trust me.”

Rip: “Hah yeah I’m sure it is, so erm…  What is this interview about exactly? I heard you wanted to talk about my past or something?”

DMA:  “We do yea… I mean, I do! Actually I want to talk to you, about your debut album; In Memoriam Pt.1. There’s not been a write up or any actual interviews prior to this, about you or the album so!… There’s no better time or place than now I guess!”

Rip:  “Hah-hmm, yeah I know what you mean. I’ve know I’ve been terrible in terms of getting myself out there, I remember around the time of the albums release… Personally, I wasn’t in a good place. I should of been! But I wasn’t, it all felt like a balancing act. On one side I’ve got my music and performing it, and on the other… “

DMA:  “I heard.. you, was going through a lot of personal stuff.”

Rip:  “Personal stuff?… Hmph, It’s true, but it feels like so much.. Of an understatement in all honesty.”

DMA:  “Ok, well I don’t want you to dive all the way in to that just yet. I know it’s been tough for a lot of people this last couple of years, and that’s not to make light over yourself of course! Because I’m sure that’s had an effect on what you were able to do, thinking live performances and so on.”

Rip:  “Oh yes, absolutely! Not that that’s really bothered me completely. I like doing live shows but that’s not really what drives me, To be honest you can hear that in my music. It’s great for chilling out to… I don’t really care about commanding a room full of people to the beat. Don’t get me wrong though, those are great times to be had… The greatest, sometimes! But it’s not me, you know! Some of the best times I’ve ever had with music, are just laying back, chilling out and just really listening to it, you know? “

DMA:  “I completely agree!  I love chilling out to a nice chilled beat, it’s a really welcome contrast when you want to take a break from one room to the next.”

Rip:  “Hah, you’re talking about like when you’re a night club aren’t you? or a festival, with the themed tents and everything?”

DMA:  “I am yes! I’m still missing all that at the minute to be honest! After lockdown lifted this year I still couldn’t get any tickets.”

Rip:  “I feel that! I mean the whole thing has definitely changed how I wanted to carry on, I had a few regular nights going. Sometimes just my own original stuff, sometimes just a mix of everything, like some kind of human jukebox… And obviously I prefer people connecting to my music. But in all honesty, what all this time off really made me realize is, is that what I actually really love doing… What really makes me happy… Is the creation part, it’s exactly why I produce music full time at R3cords now! There’s nothing that makes me more excited than the idea of taking on a new music project.”

DMA:  “So what you’re saying is that you’re just a producer now? you don’t want to be a performer or an entertainer?”

Rip:  “Well, I never really wanted to be any of those things, I just did the live part because I felt like I had too, and it was a few extra quid in my pocket… I just worked hard doing what I loved doing, but not thinking about it, and over time things just change and you look back at what you’re doing, and you just ask yourself… Are you actually happy?”

DMA:  “Wow, I actually feel like I’ve been where you’re saying right now… It’s the main reason I took this job actually.”

Rip:  “I know right? I’ve never really enjoyed personal fame, you know! And yeah I get how ironic that is, but as Rip Damon the Artist… It’s more about my mind and your own being the product. If you understand that.”

DMA:  “Yeah I think I do… So jumping back to you solely be a producer now, like… Does everything you produce sound like the albums you’ve released? You know, with your own signature style or flare”

Pod:  “No not really, as an artist I do my own thing. It’s just me, expressing myself.”

DMA:  “So when you produce for other people….”

Rip:  “I get to know them, and I try to capture as much of their own essence into the music as possible. Let it just shine out! You know? It should sound like they’re there in front of you… If it sounded like my own stuff, it’d be more of a collaboration effort than anything else, and of course that’s always something I might be open to doing, because it could be quite interesting… But also I love just doing my job.”

DMA:  “Ok I get that, so nowadays you mostly focus on professionally producing music?”

Rip:  “Exactly yeah, I will still be releasing my own stuff as well… Down the line. The plan with my own stuff has not really changed much in all honesty. I know Biggs has been looking at ways to get more visual stuff out there, and I’m not sure if I’m supposed to be saying this but,  the biggest issue with the label at the minute are the budget constraints.”

DMA:  “I’ll check with them before I publish the interview. But he told me that EVERYTHING  goes, so I’m sure it’ll be fine.”

Rip:  “Hmmm, zero marketing budget, zero… budget, in lots of things actually, but… We’re busy, pushing forward for those things at least.”

DMA: “Yeah, it’s a labor of love… At least I get paid.”

Rip:  “Haha, lucky you ey!”

DMA:  “We err, need to get back on track actually… So jumping back again, what was your approach to this album? And what is it about?”

Rip:  “Well… My approach to this album, was the same in all my music really. I have this kind of personal philosophy that writing music should be a very personal thing, specially when it’s origin is internal. I’m not a lyricist but I write poetry, I always write a free verse for every track that I do, and  sometimes even draw an image to go with it as well.”

DMA:  “Are you talking about writing from the soul?”

Rip:  “Erm… I guess that’s one way of putting it. I’m a lover of classical music but I don’t like writing it. I’m also a lover of most modern composers, like those in the movies. The best composers are really great at capturing emotion in their music, and I absolutely love that! The idea of leading emotion with music is something as old as music itself. But then one day I had this thought, what if I take the idea of leading emotion with music, first with the idea of creating an idea for the listener which I then guide that idea with the music.”

DMA:  “errr, I know what you’re saying, but isn’t that what a song is anyway?”

Rip:  “Well, yes and no. Because you can just listen to it, like it, think it’s cool or whatever. But then there’s more to it than it being just a cool track or whatever. It’s kind of difficult to say exactly what it is to me, because it is me, and I’ve never really tried to properly put it into words. It’ll be easier if I just bounce off what you ask I guess. Haha.”

DMA:  “Yeah OK, so what I think you’re saying is that you’re trying to paint a picture with the music?”

Rip:  “Almost yeah, because a single painted picture will always be the same, but painting a picture in the mind is very different, because it will always be different. I often meditate nowadays, it really helps me unwind and get my head straight. There’s an abundance of meditation music and guided meditations out there also. It’s the guided meditations that I could probably mostly relate my music to. But instead of holding your hand the whole way through, I seed the initial idea and then you do what you will with it, and the track plays out. Now obviously if you just found my music on Spotify and you pick a track, close your eyes and listen through. You might have a nice day dream with it, you might even feel something.. But the context isn’t all there so you’re not getting the full journey intended from the seeded idea. The seeded idea is the title of the track with its free verse and the image, all of this together should be your base point, before you listen to the track.”

DMA:  “So what you…Wow, so what you’re saying is that I actually haven’t experienced your music properly yet? Because I’ll be honest with you, all I’ve done so far is just listen to it in my car! Because that’s just how I listen to music. I’ve got good subwoofers in there and everything!”

Rip:  “Haha, let me just say it first, there are no rules OK! you can listen to my music however the hell you like haha, and to be honest that sounds like a cool way to do it. But you should try it at least once, just to see where your mind goes. The music, the writing and the imagery, it all comes deep from my own experience in a relatable way. I’ve never just thrown something together, it all means a lot to me, and when I construct a melody or an abstract sound, it has a purpose, it means something. It’s deeply internal and it’s tied intrinsically to an emotion when I do this.”

DMA: “You’re making me feel like I’ve been missing out on something now, haha!!”

Rip:  “Well, if you do! You know! let me know if you have a little journey or something. I like hearing what people experience.”

DMA:  “That’s quite interesting actually, so do people ever have similar experiences from the same ahhm, seeded idea?”

Rip:  “In some cases, there have been similar experiences, yes. But they’re similar from a more metaphoric standpoint than literal. The interest I have in the experience part comes from my own personal interests in psychology. The experience is pretty much a daydream which has simply been given a contextual aesthetic, in which your subconscious then fills in the rest. “

DMA:  “OK so are you a scientist as well or a psychologist or something like that?”

Rip:  “No, not really. I know what I know from books, it’s all personal research and curiosity. I had a difficult childhood, I suffered from depression at very young age, I got my first job at 13 to help my mum, I loved school but I was never really there… I had to help out with my baby sister. I used to steal books from book shops because I was banned from every library. I wanted to learn everything, I wanted win the Nobel prize. I wanted to save us.”

DMA:  “That’s… Really admirable… So have you ever gone on to learn and get a degree or…?”

Rip:  “I’ve done all the free courses online! I’ve never had the money, and life has a way of distracting you when you could, or really should do something. And actual help from someone is something that seemed so alien to me… You know, I could rant on for ages about how long I’ve gone through most of my life, saying that I’m the only person that I can ever truly rely on. Everyone one wants a piece of you, and as soon you ascend to some place better they’ll do what they can to drag you back. Clawing and scraping… I’ve been to some dark, dark… Very dark places. And it was me, that pulled myself out of them… It was me wanting to understand. You know! Maybe if I learned about the mind, maybe I could control it better, re-wire it… Stay as far away as possible from the dark places in there. You know, and eventually I realized that there’s just so much cause and effect to everything. All this control I was obsessed with mastering, just didn’t matter anymore.

 

DMA:  “Are you saying you came to the conclusion that you just can’t control how you feel?”

Rip:  “No, because I believe you can, to a certain degree… What I really came to the conclusion of, was the fact that all of a sudden, I was a 30 year old man with no real qualifications, a terrible job and renting a tiny moldy flat. That realization was literally how long it took for me to get my life together. There’s no fault there, because some people never do. Some had it easy and sorely sadly, some don’t even make it…”

DMA: “… So erm, is this album about your life experiences, the ups and the downs?”

Rip:  “Well, I’d say it’s as much about my own experience, as much as it is about your own, or anybody else’s. I don’t even think that just an experience solely does it justice either, because in all honesty, I think a better way of explaining it is that the idea is more archetypal to the human experience. So again, It’s not necessarily about any particular unique and personal events that have happened, but there are contextual stories to the notion of each track, in effect making them archetypal metaphors.”

 

 

 

DMA:  “OH, so it sounds like that you’re doing something with music, that’s actually in the realm of tarot almost?”

Rip:  “In a way, yeah. There’s definitely a kinship there, in regards to the psychological effect that it can have. That said, it could be an alternative parallel to tarot. Although  this is very much an introspective exercise of the imagination, over it being an external intuitive reading to reflect upon.”

DMA:  “So if it’s an introspective thing, does that make it dangerous or risky in any way.”

Rip:  “… That depends on what you mean by dangerous or risky. I mean, my journey to even arrive at this, was starting at the idea of putting some kind order to the chaos. There’s absolutely no intent on what I do being some kind of miracle elixir in any way. It’s an exercise, with the seeded idea of an archetypal metaphor. You start with this, and then your subconscious in effect then supersedes the initial idea. The intended experience is to have a contextually controlled day dream that is representative to a small degree of the human experience. It’s something that I’ve been building upon since I was 7… But that’s something I don’t want to get into right now…”

 

 

DMA:  “No no! That’s fine! We’ve got something to cover on our next interview! I just want to touch again with the risks or dangers…”

Rip:  “In all honesty, for anyone to say that simply thinking is a dangerous or risky thing to do…I’m sure you’d be quickly labelled as some kind of vile despot! Of course, that being said without any actual contextual motives on why that’s a good thing… But to say it practically, just don’t do it whilst driving a car, or any other kind of machine really… Just stop and take a moment! I mean that’s an obvious one, but I feel like it needs to be said. Now, in terms of your own mind? hah! I’d hate to be someone who was afraid to at the least, think on purpose! We watch films, documentaries and listen to music to alter our moods everyday, you can be guided in a way to feel anything from pure illation to being completely devastated. We tend to reflect on those moments we witness, we learn and even sometimes we emulate them. In this context I could relate a lot of music, films and tv shows to being very much like a tarot reading. It’s all laid out there in front of you, and you either relate to the story being told to you, or you don’t, heck! you might even learn something. “

 

 

“In all honesty, for anyone to say that simply thinking is a dangerous or risky thing to do…I’m sure you’d be quickly labelled as some kind of vile despot!”

After this interview, I’ve got to be honest, I had to have a little sit down to simply just begin to process what had Rip talked about. I feel like I’m going to have to do another interview or two, just on this album alone because I feel like we’ve barely even brushed the surface with it so far.

The images and accompanying free verses are planned to be available to buy as booklets once more funds have been risen.

The image peripherals however are currently available to view on Rip Damon’s Instagram now. 

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Limbowave, by Rip Damon

Limbowave, by Rip Damon

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Limbowave, by Rip Damon

Limbowave, by Rip Damon

Style: Dark Lofi Hip Hop, Downtempo, Ambient, Chillout

 

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In Memoriam Pt.1, by Rip Damon

In Memoriam Pt.1, by Rip Damon

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In Memoriam Pt.1, by Rip Damon

In Memoriam Pt.1, by Rip Damon

Style: Downtempo, Chillout, Dark Lofi Hip-Hop  

 

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