been so long (danger!)
I know what you're thinking. Well, I mean not really, just in that "literary devices make blogs more interesting" sort of way. Things have been a little slow around here. I've spent most of my internet time putting up a myspace page and asking my favorite bands to be my new imaginary digital friends. It feels like sorta feels writing letters to Santa.
I still have a couple of posts on glittery French retouch'd electro lying around here somewhere. I started thinking through it a while back, but I'd like to examine the rapping crack dealer as a the hero of modern life and focus on the contrast between gleeful peddlers like the Clipse and blue collar dealers like T.I. Other potential post topics include Avenue D and promiscious beats, Bun B's erratic intellectualism, Baelric and Cosmic Disco, as well as Controller.Controller. We shall see
Original multimedia content is also on the horizon. My mixer has been in the shop, which has meant no mixing to post. I can't post original remixes and elementary tech jamz until 1) Logic Express arrives in the mail, 2) I learn how to use it and 3) I have some good ideas. Maybe I'll work on that third part.
Stardust-Music Sounds Better With You
Alex Braxe and Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk team up and cast off another perfect song (I mean, what else could they do?) The Year was 1998, the Y2k bug just a glint in Janet Reno's eye, and these six minutes and forty six seconds felt like an endless Ibiza summer. At least I think so. I was in middle school listening to Beck.