My girl and I are sleeping but our eyes are open We are not the kind who see straight
My baby set the night on fire when the days seems blue
She gives and I’m receiving With my heart wide open She is not the kind you’re leaving
My baby set the night on fire When the days seems blue ahh ahh ahhh (my baby set the night on fire)
My baby set the night on fire My baby set the night on fire
I have spent the better part of this week listening to Alenah’s Alla vägar bär till rom. It’s so fucking good!
We don’t talk to police, we don’t make a peace bond
We don’t trust in the judicial system, we shoot guns
We rely on the streets we do battle in the hood
I was born in the G Code embedded in my blood!
Blackbird Raum covering one of my favorite songs: G Code by Geto Boys.
Everyone should stop what they’re doing and listen to:
DAVE DEAN’S MUSICAL FORKLIFT!
“It’s clear that if industrial/consumer civilisation continues on its current course we will eradicate life on the planet. The sea is filled with plastic bags and there is more dioxin in the breast milk of American mothers than the amount legally acceptable for cows. Past attempts to redress the ills of capitalism have led to even worse horrors. We’d all rather live in Sweden than North Korea, but the Scandinavians produce trash and toxic waste like any other country. Change is confusing and dangerous, but it’s a dire necessity. One thing is clear: the answer will come from people, not power.”
I really like Blackbird Raum… they remind me of Ballydowse who I loved ten odd years ago but with fun lyrics and more anarchic folk tones.
I had to take a coffee break two hours in… after an hour listening to The Descent of Man after lunch the anxiety got to me. Nothing seems real any more and it feels like time has looped in it self.
If you need me I’ll be at the coffee maker, suppressing a cry.
I started at the 21 minute mark and have listened to little over an hour now … The Descent of Man is still haunting me and everything gets weird when listening to it. It still sound mostly as a annoying soundcheck and not so much doom.
a first time databending
My first impressions from bending some pictures are that JPG’s seems a lot more suited for databending and doesn’t break as often as when I tried tiff’s. I guess I have to read up on how JPG’s work and is compressed. Seems like it has a pretty good failsafe for data corruption.
The source picture was borrowed from Wikipedia and I’m not that satisfied with the result. But I had great fun ruining and corrupting data.
This week I’m going to listen to The Descent of Man in all its 11 hours worth of glory.
I’m three minutes in and I’m already afraid I will lose my sanity before all this is over. It feels like listening to one of H.P Lovecraft’s nightmares.