Apathy - geek rock nerd jazz
"2^16 is a very fun number"
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Currently: Random Blabbering Mode
The grinding of ones and zeros in alternating patterns, passing over the landscape with huge shadows of reverberating rhythm. It's my soundtrack to Y2K! This should tide you over until Monday, or until the end of the world. Whichever comes first.
]---=============[12/31/1999]=[ deep thoughts
Please read Thoughts at the End of a Century, by Leonard Grossman. The voice of reason and the warmth of true humanity... two things you don't usually get surfing the web.
]---=============[12/31/1999]=[ canned goods
Greatest thing to happen this year in gaming. I bow at the base of the mountain John Carmack stands atop.
The king size variety can hold 750 pounds. *cough*
]---=============[12/30/1999]=[ music post
I have been listening to an awful lot of
lately, falling somewhere in between the great 'Gwai and Dianogah's double
bass melodies and landing effortlessly into my heart. Awww.
]---=============[12/30/1999]=[ musical rock
Sneaking up on the disc pile are
nasty noise-sludge sound canvassers
Picture if David Yow did spoken word for Iceburn and started writing vague,
analogy-ridden lyrics dealing with everything from religious elitism to the
problems raised by genetic science. Yes, rock can make you think.
You can't picture it because I can't describe it accurately.
...PR designed to add shot and thermal noise to the clean signal / through the envelope detector / wait I think I've got it all / quantizing the noise / utilizing the threshold effect / here it is / the source is in obviously a deep-cover contact / canned by Carter relocated off-shore / fed a false positive to the media darling / perfect parroting the proper diversion
Whew. Feel enlightened about the state of mass media communication?
]---=============[12/30/1999]=[ music trials
Project Jinx Links: Did you know the "underground" now dispenses links only for Flash-capable browsers? Hating Mensa seems to be pretty safe these days.
]---=============[12/30/1999]=[ chicken whittle
Gary North: Y2K Madman
[beaulijuice or something, pigdog]
]---=============[12/29/1999]=[ deep end
Full screen stoves, oh boy!
I'm back. *scary organ flourish*
The painter Francis Bacon said something like, "If you can talk about it, why paint it." I think the same can be said for music.Perhaps this is the distinction between popular music and experimental? Nah, too easy.
Super US Maple article in Copper Press pointed out thanks to TWIN's gigantic indie article log. If you think you are at all adventurous in the musical circuit, you your brain and ears a favor: pick up Talker.
Continue wasting your time in the archives, or head out to the last 50 updated pitas for fresh stuffing.