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Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« on: April 27, 2008, 12:38:25 PM »
Meshuggah-obZen
Jeff Pearce-To The Shores of Heaven, Bleed
Front Line Assembly-Artificial Soldier
Abba-Gold
Coil-Astral Disaster
Postal Service-Give Up
Pucifer-V is for Vagina
Pig Destroyer-Phantom Limb

...yes, I have undiagnosed multiple personality deficit disease disorder...or something...


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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Exuviae
« on: April 27, 2008, 12:30:33 PM »
Well, it's been a long time around here for me, so hello again everyone!

Been back in the saddle with music again for a while, but I'm just getting around to bringing Exuviae back on to the web. New tunes are up on myspace, as are a couple of rarities. A new album is cooking, though I am unsure yet about release details. I may address my thoughts on this more thoroughly in the "What Should A Small Label Do" thread; but that will have to be a bit later as I have a lot to say and there is a peanut butter and rasperry jelly sandwich with my name on it in the kitchen AS WE SPEAK!

Anyhoo-I see there are a lot of new artists and labels, as well as many familiar folks as well. I'll poke in here and shoot my mouth off as often as I can!

Brooks

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Everything and Nothing / Re: Now watching
« on: April 27, 2008, 12:18:29 PM »
I tend to be much more diverse with my obssessive movie watching that with reading books...

Bill-

I loved The Mist-especially the ending. I also dug the fact that the film, ultimately, wasn't even about the "monsters". Human nature; once again on trial...love that sort of thing in fiction.

I saw some folks talking about Hot Fuzz, too. God, what a sweet movie-seen it three times now and I still laugh at the jokes I know are coming. "Looks like me on a good night..."  ha!

There Will Be Blood-WOW. Just watching and listening to Daniel Day-Lewis for almost three hours was hypnotic...great story as well. Cheers again for P.T. Anderson-is the guy capable of making a bad film?

The Dark Night trailer gives me goose bumps...can't wait for that release!

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Everything and Nothing / Re: Ambient Guitar
« on: April 27, 2008, 12:08:03 PM »
Guilty here. A great instrument for making "odd" music. Nothing else sounds like it...electric bass, too...awesome! Just yesterday I ran bass into pedals into synth into eq into Ableton into more fx...got a lots of mileage out of two notes!

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Art and Literature, Movies and TV / Re: Now reading
« on: April 27, 2008, 12:02:58 PM »
I read a ton these days, though mostly it's horror or other "dark fiction". I've never been able to get into much non-fiction, I guess I read mostly for entertainment purposes, which is what dictates my lit choices. Sci-Fi and Fantasy aren't my thing, either. I've read some and enjoyed it, but these days I tend to want thrills and chills.

Recent books I enjoyed:

Bret Easton Ellis-Lunar Park. Great story and a bit of a different yard than he tends to write. Made me feel something at the end. Good.

Jack Ketchum-Hide and Seek. Not his best story by any means, but again-it made me feel something at the end. Glad this one's back in print.

Joe Hill -Heat Shaped Box. Great first novel by Stephen King's offspring. Hope he dodges the sophomore slump!

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