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  • IreneDecay

    you're seeing slint!

    15 jui. 5h21m Répondre
  • Enkiled

    Well damn, that's a nice library

    4 jui. 17h56m Répondre
  • IreneDecay

    get your ass back on facebook then :p or skype once in a while ! i was actually looking through old facebook messages the other day and saw our lengthy convos :3 man, i'm so lost when it comes to music without you now!

    29 mai 21h58m Répondre
  • yparc

    i went to see ben frost + forest swords yesterday and it was sooo badass! ben frost killed it, very raw and powerful performance, great light effects, great response from the audience. i think you'd love it! f.s. were not bad also but were totally outshined by him. i liked this performance much more than the one with daniel bjarnason i saw a couple of years ago (solaris soundtrack) - obviously it was much louder and harsher. anyways, what's up with you? where was that cute pic of yours with a bow tie taken? are you working in a casino now? :) wish i would work in a casino :C

    25 mai 16h53m Répondre
  • scottdoesntknow

    Yeah, they are coming here in September too and I'm thinking of going. My brother is a fan of theirs too and he's turning 21 this summer so I want it to be his first 21+ show. I honestly think it's way better than The Seer Most of it is gobsmacking. And OMG YES, the Kirsten Dunst song is probably my favorite on the album. It's called "Kirsten Supine" and it's basically about her character in Melancholia and describes the scene of her lying outside naked. Annie Clark did backing vocals on some of it too, and that song is one of them. "Screenshot" is also a really great track.

    25 mai 4h50m Répondre
  • scottdoesntknow

    Have you had a chance to listen to To Be Kind yet? If so, what did you think of it?

    23 mai 4h51m Répondre
  • Kanken

    (hope you can get some rest :))

    4 mai 16h25m Répondre
  • scottdoesntknow

    Jesus, it's taken my like five years to respond to you. I'm sorry. Haha. The crime novel thing is my thoughts exactly; I mean, I guess there is always some sort of political undertone since crime is a legalistic ideology, but I don't think every author in the history of ever intentionally writes their work with the things in mind that some scholars propose they did. That whole thing is frustrating to me. Speculation is cool, but making a huge claim with evidence that isn't very compelling is just embarrassing. And yeah, I want to be a teacher. I actually just got an internship working in a writing center at a community college, so I'm pretty stoked about that. MEALS ON WHEELS, oh my fucking god. I wish I could get an internship at THAT.

    20 avr. 9h23m Répondre
  • Kanken

    I loved this.

    31 mars 17h35m Répondre
  • Kanken

    Probably! Since you mentioned it I can see the similarity. "Rarely have time to sleep enough"? Geezzz that's an awful lot of work, Chris. I hope all this hard work pays off and you'll soon own a new apt. Things got easier for me since there wasn't much work for the last days of the month and I've fully recovered from the recurring flu. So I've managed to watch 1~2 films every evening lately, which makes my life feel less dull :p. Psychic 9-5 Club is...different. It feels more stripped-down, minimal, less bass and noise but still really good. I guess this one's a grower.

    29 mars 18h49m Répondre
  • scottdoesntknow

    As for the retirement community setting, that is so something I would like. In high school I used to do errands for this elderly couple two days a week after school, and help them cook and clean and just spend time with them. It was really fun actually. Then the husband died and I kept doing errands for her and it was kind of depressing and then she ended up dying a year or so after that. I've always gotten along with old people though and I think it's because I'm basically an 80 year old trapped in a twenty-something year old's body. I've worked in food though and I know how fucking stressful that is, especially when on top of it you have to deal with awful customers and people with unrealistic expectations of you. It definitely improved my people skills though.

    28 mars 7h32m Répondre
  • scottdoesntknow

    Omg for real! I haven't gotten my ticket yet, but I don't know if she'll sell out(??) or if I should worry about that. I can see Zola Jesus selling out though easily. And college is weird, lately I've been questioning why the fuck I'm studying what I am because it's all SO theoretical and a lot of it so subjective— like, I took this class on American crime fiction and the professor taught every novel we read as if they each were illustrating some facet of capitalism's failures/propagating Marxist ideologies— which is fine, but, it's like, what's the point of that? Like every class session was just all of us debating what the books' political agendas were, which brings in the question of authorial intent which is a fucking academic no-no/theoretical disaster waiting to happen. Liberal arts are great food for the mind and they're really stimulating, but they're irrelevant to the global system we live in unless you want to teach in the academic system.

    28 mars 7h26m Répondre
  • scottdoesntknow

    I know he did The Silence of the Lambs, which also ruined my childhood. Haha. I never saw Rachel Getting Married, but I remember a lot of people talking about it. I might have to check it out. And yeah, I just have spring quarter, and then I'm taking a Spanish class over the summer and should be graduating after fall quarter. I'm probably just gonna look for some sort of work between then and graduate school the following fall. I'm gonna apply at a few different schools and see what happens. I have to take the GRE though which is basically the SAT for people with an undergrad education, and they test you on math which is SOOOO not okay with me. Lol. It's horrific. But I'm just going to choose not to think about that right now. I just take shit a day at a time anymore, I don't know what is gonna happen tomorrow so I just don't worry about it. Haha. Is working in the retirement home fun? I usually get along really well with old people.

    22 mars 6h31m Répondre
  • scottdoesntknow

    Yeah, it kind of makes sense actually. I have a friend in Los Angeles and she told me that Lana was at Courtney's show in Hollywood over the summer and that she met her there, which is fucking crazy/too much to handle. I've been okay, I just got done with my finals yesterday actually, turned in forty fucking pages of writing and I think I'm officially braindead. The last three months have been a blur kind of, I was basically an insomniac. I had to write an essay on Beloved by Toni Morrison for one of my finals and I'm so stuck in the mindset that I've been watching the movie adaptation of it all night. Haha. I think Jonathan Demme directed it(??) It's the one with Oprah. I don't know how I feel about it. I saw it when I was a kid with my mom and it scared me so bad, but now that I've read the book and am watching it as an adult I don't really know what to make of it.

    21 mars 7h41m Répondre
  • scottdoesntknow

    Hahah, aw, thanks! I remember when she first did this live because it ended up all over the internet that Courtney tweeted her about the song being "about her vagina" or something. I actually really like her take on it though. What's new?

    21 mars 7h27m Répondre
  • sunheadbowed

    And Universal Indicator is pretty fun. It's comical because you can totally tell which tracks Richard D. James is behind, just from being familiar with his style. If you get the Innovations in the Dynamics of Acid comp (which is everything on one disc, I think), the second half is obviously the Richey stuff. It's pretty hard acid stuff, quite similiar to his Caustic Window output in harshness, but less techno.

    2 fév. 23h13m Répondre
  • sunheadbowed

    Hahaha, that is really funny. I have no idea where I got "leaf" from! I guess I must have read it in a sentence somewhere just before and then my simple brain replaced 'link' with that word when I tried to type. I don't know what it is about Bjork fans that turn them so pretentious. What you said about Mark Bell was totally spot-on, and I've said similar things in the past about Bjork -- why does she keep the same group of ultra-talented people around her forever if she's such a genius? Not that Bjork isn't talented -- of course she is. It's funny because Bjork has more in common with someone like Billie Holiday than she does a genuine electronic composer (such as Delia Derbyshire, Else Marie Pade, et al); Bjork's voice is where her talent and originality lies, just like with Holiday. Oh and thanks a lot, that's really kind of you! You have fantastic taste yourself.

    2 fév. 23h11m Répondre
  • sunheadbowed

    That should have been weak 'link' down there, but I guess you figured it out for yourself. I love your shouts on Nico's shoutbox, by the way. Bjork fans are painfully pretentious.

    2 fév. 8h25m Répondre
  • Kanken

    Pretty good! I'm checking out Watching Dead Empires in Decay :). Btw I couldn't get into Raime. Their sound is decent but not more than that. I must have missed something ><

    30 jan. 13h31m Répondre
  • Worm_Theologian

    So I haven't been on forever. I promise I'm not giving you the cold shoulder. but hell yeah, let us be buds.

    26 jan. 18h21m Répondre
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