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love this interview with mitch easter about early rem sessions # the ever excellent jhs show on the origins of boss # great john earls interview with david gedge about seamonsters over on superdeluxeedition ... # g skinflowers - complex messiah # g skinflowers - song in pocket # 'i still dream of orgonon, i wake up crying' # where are all the bob ross paintings? # i recall lightning struck itself. rich and i saw television around the time of this video, and they were amazing, just as they are here # g skinflowers - polyhedral medication # follow your money # some dancing about just-mentioned architecture, but everybody needs text to scroll on their phones # great album. constantly a favourite # vic chesnutt - flirted with you all my life # been thinking a lot about moira lambert / faith over reason the last few days, since mentioning her over on instagram. when i met kat she had a cassette of faith over reason songs - a copy of a copy of a copy of a needledrop as we never called them back then. if you think about how quietly this starts and the layers of hiss and surf ass noise it had to emerge from as we listened to it ... as we stumbled upon the approach we took for how i learned to be free in an unfree world i specifically wanted it to reference that feeling. emerging from the static. # hammer house of horror # this is a mindblowingly good track on an awesome album you might not have heard - tribe of dan - in the blood # jimmy somerville. great song this, obviously, but this video is really rather nice. also, mic porn # not a big foo fighters fan. not my thing. but huge fan of dave grohl the man. here he is, telling stories, which are enjoyable. they're written down too so you don't have to sit through a video in real time like most other things now, which is good. # big jeff. rich pointed him out to me at a shellac gig late in 2019 (beforetimes, just), and then he cropped up again later in 2020 over the renaming of colston hall. his response to that was really quite wonderful. the world is better for characters - genuine ones, kind ones, not cunts like toad face brexit man, faux bumbling eton mess creator and the big orange baby # sledgehammer's brilliant. fun quick breakdown of what's going on # g skinflowers # 'how did it come to this?' - i like john niven # 'terminal window' is also on spotify (linked) and other streaming services. enjoy # powerful - someone saying 'stop'. # nice thoughtful review of recent kingmaker boxset, which i only just discovered had been released. i loved this band # luke stidson released an amazing record a while back called anaglyphs. we've crossed paths many many times, and it was a joy to work with him on terminal window back in 2017. he's just written this fabulous piece at medium.com # our pre-millennial classic 'skinflowers - data in a hurry' is now available on those modern streaming sites, with more to follow. go rediscover it. # thoughtful thesis on the interplay of resurgent fascism and the virus. especially interesting in the context of the theatre proposed by outgoing wannabe despot re: discharge from medical centre (search: independent walter reed superman t-shirt) # styles --> kurt --> bowie. still has a kick. # 'I got a 2.1 because of you' # i just woke up one morning and it struck me that i was a murderer. so i quit. # fuck that shit # 'As you can see, this is not a uniform experience of chaos' # same site as the gng link. i strongly agree # ghosts n goblins # For me, police work was a logic puzzle for arresting people, regardless of their actual threat to the community. # i always liked websites like this, and love it when i come across them now, now they're less of a given. # coincidentally just finished reading kushner's masters of doom. some sort of legally stuff means this page has disappeared, also from web.archive. pdf linked # a fast, searchable archive of winamp skins, from before everything looked the same (and was often hella ugly) # the last one # cataclysm: dark days ahead # awesome (old) computer graphics exhibit # my deoderant hides the real me # the coming war on general computation # benevolent sexism # under heavy manners. 'remain in hell without despair'. fripp! byrne! busta jones! # we're not in this together # have always loved this linda mccartney photo # interesting to see this explained so clearly/a process made transparent # 'bet you didn't think it'd happen to you, all used up halfway through' # 'this is how it begins' # fear of the liar # everything has really gone to shit since david bowie died # silence is health - how totalitarianism arrives # a lot of truth in this # happy memory of sitting on a beach in devon last year reading a locally sourced viz, private eye and a 2000ad # read this # rip it up and start again # fuck it. a flock of seagulls today # never really paid much attention to the cult, but have always loved billy duffy's guitar playing # highly recommend this - dorohedoro # bowie + reznor # what religion or reason could drive a man to forsake his lover # nice post about the atari logo. other interesting stuff on the site too. # constantly return to this on popular video streaming site, only recently discovered it wasn't an 'official' release but a fan produced project. amazing. tilda happened to ask while it was on why i don't wear colourful clothes. i pointed at the screen, said 'see these people? if this was in colour it'd still look black and white'. nin - cold and black and infinite # dord # obstinate by the chaos engine is one of my favourite albums, and the further we get from it in time, the more I find it remarkable. it's here, free. # another great old fashioned website. this time someone's obsession with contra/gryzor # discussed with rich the other day that the atari st was clearly everyone's favourite member of skinflowers. # 2001? possibly. probably. gloucester guildhall, which was always a thrill to play. a proper PA, stage, lights ... # 1998 # didn't see the tvgohome series at the time but found them on youtube the other day. the continuity framework - genuinely eerie and disturbing - works better than the more conventional sketches. # on a theme today. there's some great stuff here - nice old skool site about arcades # the curse of atari # how are dictionaries made? # reminded today of being obsessed with getting turbosynth running and using it to process guitar synth sounds buried in the background # of this song # lovely reminder of what people used the internet for before they used it for tracking # 'data reveals uk public's relaxed attitude ...' - please don't hand big tech cunts endless data on yourselves that allows them to form media narratives about how 'we' all feel about something. it's not worth the convenience of a map on phone. # i remember this cover tape being the best thing ever as a ten year old crash magazine reader who only ever played the first level of things anyway # hi score girl (netflix / subscription) - i adored this # fell down a jeff minter shaped wiki hole. i was unaware of this # this week's rick and morty takes apart storytelling, its own existence, and fandom, while telling a story and being an excellent episode of rick and morty. totes amazeballs. # new twin falls single # dan donovan - mooseshack sessions. arms of clare! # you're all potential, maybe. you haven't disappointed anybody yet, baby. # chaos emergency broadcast # mr g and rich - mild comic violence (spacewolf version). an alternative mix from the terminal window sessions with a bit of contemporary live footage. # week 4ish and older musicians everywhere are telling their children they're in the band now (ace results tho) # prompted by seeing the news about matthew seligman - the soft boys - underwater moonlight # somehow the nme managed a listicle on the best videogame soundtracks without including this # sometimes it feels like a struggle to make anything sound right. annoyingly neil finn doesn't seem to suffer from this. he always makes it look effortless # ludicrously intense young men squash live performance through realmedia codec for earlyish example of livestreaming (2001) # pj harvey - jools holland 2004 # greeble few - the day the new photocopiers arrived (2001) # this is my favourite grimes track tho # Mr G and Rich - Terminal Window (Vinyl LP) # NicknFloDeon # grimes - so heavy i fell through the earth # socially distanced sounds: johnny marr - getting away with it # i'm worried joe wicks can see me # listen to the ape # topical doctor who on britbox (paywall/subscription) this morning. pandemic. also, some ugly colonialism, an attack on 1960s youth culture (moptops! but they're savages. dodo! must speak 'properly'), michael sheard though i didn't realise it was him and a lot to enjoy as a phonetician/linguist # i love the jhs youtube videos, but thought this one was especially excellent. great music, production, people. i love how much these people love what they do # socially distanced parenting ideas: ill-advised plague diary and now's not to the time to read the road # socially distanced reading: cosey fanni tutti - art sex music # socially distanced sounds: belly - low red moon # spoil a perfectly pleasant self-isolation by listening to the gert lassitude demo tape march '20 # stumbled across this and now hope you do too. reminds me a bit of old canadian kids tv show the odyssey, which was also great # midway through this. have been enjoying it # judy speedway - happy # these people are great # 'parties make me feel like an alien in a person suit' # interesting. if you're here like us you're almost inevitably 100 years too old for this to be relevant, but thinking about the music scene i grew up in (britpop era, record labels throwing money at, well, everyone but us) this morning i was pondering the fact you don't see 'send us your music' type things from influential organisations/people so much now # luke's recent record is probably my favourite rekkid of late actually. while we're talking about luke # this new skills apartheid # luke's new podcast thing # project hindsight. fill in a questionnaire on data loss # the trip sort of means to me what fight club did when i was 22 # this idea didn't go anywhere. maybe you can do something with it. go wild. (.zip REAPER multitrack with WAVs, 410mb) # hammond song is special # i wish i was super7 # mr g and rich - terminal window # michael put me on to this: a marvellous book, sort of 'zooming in' on one chapter of a book previously mentioned here. well written - meticulously written - journalism, like a very good, very long graun long read # vent 414 - life before you # not really possible to understate the impact winamp had on my life, or justin frankel's work in general # oil seed rape - parker knoll ep # laurence fox brain tumour # ich bin ein auslander # stumbled into one of these mobile-free pubs recently and thought it was marvellous # reading this because it cropped up when trying to find something published that supported my opinion that audio recording is nothing more than a fancy metaphor # colonialism # byline times. different news media? haven't investigated enough but reassured by presence of a friend # mr g plays a g # fragility # found on a hard drive. 2016? i like it when the acoustic guitar comes in. # cultural brexit