Yeah, you’re never going to see anything straightforward by Katy Perry or other pop-star-of-the-week on this site. However, I stumbled on these two interpretations of “Teenage Dream” that I felt the need to share.
Indeed, that’s what I’ve been doing with this blog lately. I suppose I’m still in the #postaweek2011 game if you include Tumblr posts like the the sexy sax man one. But otherwise, yeah… But it’s not because I’ve been sitting at the computer playing video games or anything. Doing support for Event Espresso takes up… Continue reading Slacking
I’ve been meaning to make a s3quence mix that had stuff from #RPM2011, but I was waiting until I had a chance to listen to more of the stuff that came out of it. Then the earthquake/tsunami in Japan happened. Looking at these pictures is mind-blowing, as is the constant threat of nuclear radiation for… Continue reading teh s3quence – 011 – #BassLove4Japan
Hot on the heels of the new single you can get from their Bandcamp page, @HORRORFALL gives us a sweet new video to accompany it. I still think this track is sexy.
Make a list of all the stuff you need to get done. Create deadlines for each item.* Do it. And keep to your deadlines. I don’t know what the fucking problem is. We aren’t in kindergarten anymore, we can take responsibility for our own work. Constantly being interrupted by Twitter, email, phone, IM? Turn them… Continue reading Simple time management for dummies
This is an astoundingly excellent video. And a cool song, too.
A little bit about me: I went to a University with an adjunct program that allowed students to create their own individualized majors (it’s called the Johnston Center). You see, my interests and passions were too diverse for me to settle with one single field of study. We didn’t have letter grades — that doesn’t… Continue reading Netlabel
This song is mostly done. I think if I get a chance before the end of the month I’m going to adjust the levels on the drum kit…
I somehow missed the hype machine for the new social browser, RockMelt. So, when @LastPass tweeted that it worked with RockMelt, my ears perked up. RockMelt? WTF is that? RockMelt is a new kind of browser, or so the introductory video told me, one that combines your social web with your browsing experience. We’ve met such browsers… Continue reading RockMelt isn’t all that hot
So this is the third and final part chronicling the evolution of my music. What started out as a fascination with synthesizers largely due to the shallow(er) learning curve turned into an avid interest in electronic and computer-generated music. Ironically, digging into the history of electronic music sent me in the opposite direction, towards more… Continue reading A History of Bedroom Music Production — Part Three