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I came home this evening to the smell of an electrical fire, and upon investigation found I had one dead motherboard on my hands.
Sometimes I have nostalgia for things that I’ve never had or done before. This was the case with the Lavatube. So, I knew I had to try vapin’ old school.
The readings this week wee a bit more on the light / humorous side. A fable, a limerick style poem, and some political / social humor from days long past.
This is not my first journey into recordings that have mixed cultural origins. Unfortunately, many force cultural references to fit into western music molds. However I prefer the opposite: when western cultural influences are hammered into forms to fit within other cultures, or even completely re-invented to fit them.
Moovals immersion is something to experience. The Italian art collective is more than just the pair of producers that have made a wonderful recording here.
When it comes to taking vaping safety and common sense seriously, there is never too much that can be written about it.
Schlang’s information deposits has been described as “…knitting time into a sweater and lighting it on fire” which isn’t far from the truth.
Releasing the video of The CerebralMix had become a major issue with the third party rights-holder B.S. so I needed some new CerebralMix Options!
This show was nearly a disaster. Why? I thought I had everything ready to go when I realized I had made a mistake. A big mistake.
Given the dubstep, house and techno parts of this release it must be time for me to Re:set that synthformation in order to review it.
This recording was conceived as part of a masters thesis on granular synthesis, as such, the fingerprint of graindeur is all over this EP.
Could this be the third release that I really like from MNMN, or has their luck run out? Well, the only thing I can say is: never rush expectations.
I’ve been doing some research for stories lately, and several topics have come up that annoy me every bit as much as the distortions and lies of the media. So, I’ve decided that a rant about common sense vaping is in order.
A very serious knock knock joke is no April fool’s prank. Especially since it was released back in February, way too early to be an April fool’s joke. But, here’s the thing, in a way it feels like a joke that is backfiring. Either that, or it’s a joke that I don’t see the genius of this work. At this point, I can’t really decide which.
While this weeks show is not completely laid back, you might not realize it when you start listening. It starts with some pretty ambient pieces, and then gradually introduces some pop, classical, then jazz. By the end of the show, there are several more pop / dance tunes. In a way, it is kind of like the emergence of spring.