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Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« Last post by thirdsystem on December 14, 2014, 10:10:53 AM »
Hey Drone on, Ja , I got the Dr Atmo on ...txt CD. I really like it, excellent, melodic orientated, mega chilled ambience. Beautiful album.

Here's the Ishqamatics - Waterbound bandcamp page , check the tunes out......

I am loving it. Lee saying over on the Discogs ambient forum that the next release in the series is "Firebound" .......sounds like hot stuff.
Now Playing / Re: Currently listening, part 1
« Last post by drone on on December 14, 2014, 09:46:53 AM »
Thirdsystem, did you get the Dr Atmo disc on txt?  I just ordered it.  Fax label fans would be interested I would think.  Hopefully I can track down a reasonable price copy of this Ishqamatics.  Haven't heard any clips yet but I'm sure it's great.
Thought I'd mention, alio dies label is releasing a slew of new CDs this month.  A solo album with sitars, two albums by Aglaia, Alio Die with Lorenzo Montana (Namlook collaborator), and Enten Hitti.  Actually the Montana disc is on Projekt, released early January.

Projekt has a number of them for pre order.  They are shipping late December.
Everything and Nothing / My Mom, age 72, has a boyfriend! Ugh.....
« Last post by drone on on December 14, 2014, 09:33:26 AM »
So my Dad passed five years ago.  At age 72, this year, my mother began dating a guy and appears to be madly in love.  I am extremely uncomfortable and weirded out by this.  Namely, seeing her with somebody else.  I want to be happy for her, but my feelings are conflicted.  She is spending Xmas eve with him and his extended family, the first time in 46 years we won't be together.  Christmas day, our usual guests can't make it, so it will be me, mom and her boyfriend.  Now I'm getting really uncomfortable....

Anyone here experienced a similar situation where you were a middle age adult and this occurred?  I'm looking for advice/opinions on how you reacted and processed this turn of events. 

Thanks for any feedback on this.
Everything and Nothing / Re: Did you ever like KISS?
« Last post by drone on on December 14, 2014, 09:07:04 AM »
Analogue kid--from Dynasty (1979) onward, I totally lost interest.  Got to see them on 79 tour with original lineup.  It was pretty mind blowing.  I think even my Dad enjoyed it (one of the best presents he ever gave me, namely because he knew how much I loved them and was willing to take me ).  I'd have to say Dressed to Kill from '75 is my favorite album, with Destroyer and the debut self titled one close behind. Not to mention Alive, a legendary live album.

You gotta give them credit for spending two hours putting on the makeup for all those years. 

Looks like we're in the minority here.  I can understand most negative opinions.  I'd call them a guilty pleasure these days.  Cheesy,  yet oh so good.....
Everything and Nothing / Re: Did you ever like KISS?
« Last post by drone on on December 14, 2014, 08:49:23 AM »
You can only imagine what my poor parents endured from ages 8 to 11.   ;D
Computers, Internet and Technology / Re: Now Playing - the video game edition
« Last post by Matthew Florianz on December 14, 2014, 05:18:01 AM »
WolfenStein: The New Order, which has a really weak opening but when it wears it's influences on its sleeve, it is actually really good: Half Life 2 and Riddick, Escape from Butcher Bay (on which many from machinegames worked) come to mind.

Alien: Isolation is also very enjoyable, even if it's tense. Great sound-design also, really brings the environment to life.
Hi Guys,

Sorry for taking so long to write something back, we've been busy in the last months preparation for release this Wednesday. Hope you enjoy it!

Joystick/Hotas is definably handy though I play it entirely with a joy-pad (using lots of button combo's like Y+ Right Bumper to retract the landing gear).


Everything and Nothing / Re: Did you ever like KISS?
« Last post by hdibrell on December 13, 2014, 03:45:05 PM »
Not my cup of tea.
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