2006-04-24 01:13 pm (UTC)
ahh, i wish i had made this in time. after this weekend i will be able to finish the video, no doubt. the others are lovely.
Ah, the mastodonta albuma de StanleyLieber. Expect me to download it anytime this week. I MUST listen to this. Or wait, I download it now anyways. Mheheeheheheheee.
I like the use of juxtaposition and ambience on this. Kinda late Beatlesque, in an obscure way.
The videos so far are great, too.
Ahhhh... Goldbach Conjecture is a good Prince nod, yes.
Thanks, and thanks for linking me. I tried to make this one reasonably diverse.
thank you, thank you, thank you. love, love love, you are amazing creator - every one is brilliant, i dont need to wait anymore couse everything is there. YES!!!!
I told you before that you should write music for films. This is very cinematic.
I've got something coming up with Joel Schumacher and Jim Carey.
You've already done it:
Ah, so you've finally uncovered the Bono collaboration.
It all goes back to Brian Eno...
this is all very brilliant. my favorite of yours that i've heard.
logocentric sounds like the theme song to slightly depressing a 1970s sitcom (taxi, mash ect.) starring tap dancing cannibals and wall street brokers.
you need to score a film.
(thanks for not having me choose a song to make a video to as that process would still be going on.)
the cover is great too.
as is cheapsurrealist's sort of new order-esque video.
At first I thought that Logocentric sounded like Owner of a Lonely Heart (on acid) if Chris Squire had gone ambient rock.
i was going to say that the album sounds a little like the arthur soundtrack gone experimental electronic, but chris squire is probably closer to the intent.
Oh shit, thanks, now I'm always going to hear Owner Of A Lonely Heart when I listen to Logocentric.
don't worry; now i'll hear logocentric when i listen to owner of a lonely heart. you've effectively ruined chris squire for me. it seems like a fair trade.
I admit, this does make it all seem worthwhile.
'logocentric sounds like the theme song to slightly depressing a 1970s sitcom'
Right so far.'you need to score a film'
I'm uploading a 35 minute film I made in 1996'the cover is great too'
Thanks, I love the dolls, and joopy
's handwriting is exemplary.'as is cheapsurrealist's sort of new order-esque video'
I concur. As is your own excellent video.
Thank you very much for your consideration. I always try to be tasteful in my advertisements for myself, but sometimes matters of taste are contested. I apologize if my post at the other community caused any undue hardship.
I was once killed in a duel over a harsh record review I wrote, but stubborn medical technicians revived me through their dark arts. I despise them to this day for depriving me my honorable death. (Also, my father is a medical professional, which I do not count in their favor.)
I do appreciate the further clarification as to what may pass without objection at both communities. Thanks to your gracious accomodation, I'm sure we'll soon be chuckling over our clay pipes in remembrance of the week's follies.
I would most certainly be interested in reading your story! It has long been my opinion that the greatest appreciation of refinement is to be attained through the act of refining, itself. That the members of various clubs, communities and brotherhoods should contribute back into the store of inspiration we draw from can surely only benefit us as a whole (or, as the wider measure is taken). I shall look forward to it.
You flatter me, but I have been known to mail out CDs to those who have expressed an interest. You may e-mail your particulars to the address listed in my lj profile and I will be delighted to send out a copy.
lovely cover art, i like the albumn
(and your video is coming soonish i do swear, the problem is getting suitable lighting in my room/being at home during daytime haha :) )
I'm very much looking forward to seeing this once it is finished. :)
Fantastic! A silk-hatted improvement upon the Tin Hat Trio. I will have Sgt. Ardois play this on the operations center sound system. Will doutlessly inspire the pysops boys and girls to new heights (depths?) of subliminal suggestiveness. Look out, friends and enemies alike!
PS. Please forgive my unsophisticated notions of modern music. Siam is simple.
No apologies necessary; as above, so below.
I would be interested to find out of your psyops boys can decode the subliminals that are in the work. Get back to me with all the frightening details...