What exactly do you have in mind when you use the term 'dyschronia'?
I was thinking about hauntology in the form of say Burial, with 2step/hardcore , or Ghost Box with post war modernism, questioning what precisely their AIM is, their OBJECTIVE from this activity...? I guess beyond merely mourning the past, as K-punk concludes they perhaps enable us to question the present, the absence-in-the-present.
gek-opel said:Hmm, but to do so would perhaps require the picking up of a lost thread from the past, and to continue it as if it were present now. Rather than the hauntological technique which is to underline through textural means (the crackle of Burial or the uneven samples/packaging of Ghost Box) that this is very much of the past.
I agree something is going on here! The question is what springs forth from it all.
Retro melancholic nostalgia but hardly the next big thing as it's seems too backwards looking.
Sounds like Jung.