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By focusing on the sounds of decolonial doom metal band Divide and Dissolve, I ask what endarkenment sounds like. Thinking through the material concepts of “noise,” “resonance,” and “drone,” I ask how sound studies can be combined with intersectional Indigenous and queer-of-color critiques to think about the decolonial and abolitionist pedagogies that transpire in events of more-than-human hearing, where the constitutive mattering of space or place is ritually enacted by collectives that are highly uneven in their participation.

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