In the future, one won’t simply use scents, cosmetics and jewelry to augment one’s appearance. One will filter one’s voice through electronic systems that will, if so desired, give each syllable a halo crunch of guitar-like feedback, accenting each phrase with fractals of sonic decay. Or at least that’s what it sounds like on “Volume Becomes a Process” (MP3), a free download off A Mouth Full of Small Barks (Paper Goose) by Mormo (aka Tomasz Kaye). It opens with a woman telling a strange anecdote, her accent just about as rich as Kaye’s sound processing, atop a lovely backdrop of loungey music that eventually subsumes the monologue entirely. More info at papergoose.net.