Sunday, April 15, 2007

Getting to know you...

Getting older sometimes makes meeting new friends harder (maybe it's just me though) playground games, or scouts to get you in the right circle. However! Every once in awhile I have the utmost pleasure in meeting someone terrific. It's not always smooth at first and there's usually an awkward getting to know you phase, sometimes short-lived, sometimes quick and painless.
Anyways, long story short, since my move to MTL, I've met a lot of keepers. Here's a quick video of one of them I happened upon on the world wide internet. Just when I thought they were the awesomest ever already...jorb well done.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007


Here's the first installment of my new songs and gif accompaniment. This my

MIDI piss take on Kraftwerk's 'The Model'. The gif is comprised of various images on the first page of google image search
Click 'the model' to download the song or pass it around if you like.

In the nearest future, I'll be posting the MIDI files too.

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My Black Friend

Well folks, it's about time we did something proactive to introduce our black friends into this whitey-run world of ours! Check out Acceptable TV's test pilot of 'My Black Friend'.
Features Jerry Michaels (
JD Ryznar of Yacht Rock), who, upon realizing all his friends are white, goes on a The Bachelor-style quest to find himself a black homeboy.
When you're done laughing and finished wiping the tears from your eyes (or maybe vomiting in a toilet...however you choose to live your life), check out all the episodes of Yacht Rock.
Pleasing...very pleasing...

Monday, April 9, 2007


The other night I had the pleasure to be witness to one of the worlds most gifted performers: CORPUSSE.
More inspiring than shocking with lines like "HE IS THE SON OF MAN...HE DROPPED 18 HITS of ACID!!!!" or hearing him sing "all the pretty flowers", and how "you just try and stop them!!!". All the while stomping around and squeezing mustard into his pants. The band is amazing: techno-dance-noise.

Well for my first post I've decided to pay homage to Corpusse and also to the legendary audio collagist/plunderphonist John Oswald (in particular his piece with the 60 tracks of 'Thus Spake Zarathustra'. Copusse uses 'Thus Spake' in his entrance music.
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