Sat, 27 June 2015
A Skype conversation with MMD of "I'm Done With This Podcast"
about experimental radio, ASMR, and other things
Fri, 29 May 2015
>> CLOUDS <<
Rows and flows of angel hair
~ Joni Mitchell, from Both Sides Now
Demonstration of cloud shaping psychokinesis in August 2013.
Sat, 16 May 2015
an audio travelogue of sorts
Adam drives home from a bowling tournament in Vernon, BC talking about the weekend and going off on random tangents.
Wed, 29 April 2015
American writer Henry Miller, born in Brooklyn, New York, is known for several 20th century works that reflect his own personal experiences, including Tropic of Cancer (1934), Black Spring (1936) and The Rosy Crucifixion Trilogy (1965). Miller's explicit and often obscene content led the way for a new generation of American writers. He died on June 7, 1980 in Pacific Palisades, California.
“Paris is like a whore. From a distance she seems ravishing, you can't wait until you have her in your arms. And five minutes later you feel empty, disgusted with yourself. You feel tricked.”
"...God knows, when spring comes to Paris the humbles mortal alive must feel that he dwells in paradise....it is the the intimacy with which his eye rests upon the scene. It is his Paris. A man does not need to be rich, nor even a citizen, to feel this way about Paris." - Henry Miller
Sat, 4 April 2015
The big Easter episode!
Big deal, right? Forget Jesus, where's the chocolate eggs?
Well, look, he died on the cross for our sins so maybe you should knock off all that pagan nonsense and get on your knees in prayer.
Or whatever. It's all bullshit anyways.
"I think the Bible ought to be ceremoniously and reverently burned every Easter. We need it no more, because the Spirit is with us. It’s a dangerous book, and to worship it is of course a far more dangerous idolatry than bowing down to images of wood and stone. Nobody can confuse a wooden image with God, but you can very easily confuse a set of ideas with God, because concepts are more rarified and abstract." ~ Alan Watts
Wed, 18 March 2015
Highway ramblings. True Detective. Death is certain.
Rust Cohle: I think human consciousness is a tragic misstep in evolution. We became too self-aware. Nature created an aspect of nature separate from itself. We are creatures that should not exist by natural law. We are things that labor under the illusion of having a self, this accretion of sensory experience and feelings, programmed with total assurance that we are each somebody, when in fact everybody's nobody. I think the honorable thing for our species to do is to deny our programming. Stop reproducing. Walk hand in hand into extinction. One last midnight, brothers and sisters opting out of a raw deal.
Sun, 1 March 2015
Today's theme is HYPNOSIS. If you would please refrain from any extraneous activities, such as operating heavy machinery or driving a car, and find a comfortable place to listen. The podcast will take you on a soothing journey into your subconscious and prepare you to recieve life enhancing suggestions. Most notably, we will encounter Reveen The Impossiblist, Australian-born stage hypnotist, who will use his skills of superconscious hypnotherapy to help you concentrate and learn the power of relaxation. Allivate nervous tension and build confidence through this self-hypnosis podcast. As you enter deeply into trance, there will be a guided meditation of the subject of Rhetoric, a cornerstone of the classic Trivium. Use the power of hypnosis to expand your mind, calming your nerves, and improve your outlook on life. All this and more...
Tue, 3 February 2015
They were the best-selling singles band in the world. They had awards, credibility, commercial success and creative freedom.
This is what KLF is about...
The Manual (How to Have a Number One the Easy Way) is a 1988 book by The Timelords (Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty), better known as The KLF. It is a step by step guide to achieving a No.1 single with no money or musical skills, and a case study of the duo's UK novelty pop No. 1 "Doctorin' the Tardis".
Check out this podcast I'm doing with Anthony Marco:
Great White Fnord, a Talking is Dead podcast
Sat, 10 January 2015
These Guys Are from England and Who Gives a Shit!
This mix began as an homage to plunderphonics artists like Negativland, The Tape-beatles, and Chenard Walcker but expanded beyond my powers to control it. There's clearly a death theme running through the podcast which is punctuated by The Suicide of Socrates, who was sentenced to drink a cup of poison hemlock. The Beatles by a prominent role; they get mashed up with The Beastie Boys. There's a B-52 demo version of 52 Girls in there to prop up a "girl" subplot. Other treads emerged that could've extended the runtime to infinity. Happy New Year. Hope you enjoy it.
'Now, good sir, you understand these things. What must I do?'
'Just drink it and walk around until your legs begin to feel heavy, then lie down. It will soon act.'
Have you found what you're looking for?
Wed, 24 December 2014
A hodge podge of weird xmas music and stories.
Father Knowall and Mother Christmas disputing the pagan, Norse and German-Christian roots of the British Christmas
The four traditions of Christmas: pagan, secular, Christian, and biblical.
"Christmas, the Day When Divine Love Was Made Flesh"