Posted on November 19th, 2013
New Track “Harbingers ov Maya” OUT NOW!
“V/A – Irregular Intervals” is an experimental foray into the outer reaches of ambient and psy-trance music. Each track was composed using non-standard intervals – i.e. no 4/4. Each of the artists were carefully sought after and hand selected based on their talent, dedication, and willingness to push both their own envelopes and the accepted norms of electronic music production in order to assemble a collection of tracks which is truly unique, different, and on levels all their own.
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This is a charity release. 100% of all money generated from this release will be donated to the Malala Fund (www.malalafund.org). Malala Fund is a global charity whose goals are to promote greater educational freedom and raise educational standards for millions of girls and women across the world.
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Posted on September 24th, 2013
I’ve posted all the curated photos from summer travels to India, Thailand, and Cambodia to my FlickR account.
Posted on October 24th, 2012
Last week I finished reading “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep” by Phillip K Dick. A long overdue read as Bladerunner, the 1982 Ridley Scott film adapted from the book, has been one of my favorite films since I can recall seeing it.
I must admit, part of my motivation for going back to read the short novel was the rumor that R.Scott is planning and writing stage of a sequel to the original BladeRunner. It was my hope to get glean some kind of character, theme, or loose end that might give a clue as to what could drive a sequel. To be honest, I’m not sure I could really extract much in way of loose tendrils of plot line (more…)