unmastered

unmastered

(ʌnˈmɑːstəd)
adj
literary not controlled or ruled
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The collection includes unreleased songs, early studio and live versions of tracks, unmastered takes and jam sessions.
Francois describes her narratives as giving "the sense not that critical work is unnecessary but that no one will be at fault if the mystery remains unmastered," (34) and Radcliffe takes advantage of that here.
To Butterfly (2015) comprised funk, soul, and spoken word and was followed up by Untitled Unmastered (2016), a collection of unreleased demos that originated during the recording sessions c d duri for Butterfly.
Meanwhile Trump himself is far more publicly unmastered and privately ignorant than JFK.
Following the release of 2015's "To Pimp a Butterfly," the hip-hop artist released "Untitled Unmastered," a compilation of eight previously unreleased demos that came from the "To Pimp a Butterfly" recording sessions.
Such that Foucault's own masterful attempt to locate power in the organised visibility/invisibility of punishment finds itself unmastered by this logic.
Her front ventricle may take in sensory experiences, and her brain may even store them in its back ventricle for future imitation, but these are relatively limited and unmastered cognitive operations.
This is the distinction between mastered and unmastered irony in Kierkegaard's Concept.
the immediate denial' often leaves "the traditional culture, the illusionist art, unmastered" (Marcuse, 1969, p.
'The unmastered past: Decolonization and Dutch collective memory', European Review 18:77-85.