Originally posted on Yeah I Know It Sucks:
A colleague who is a bit occupied at the moment for frequent appearances at this very space dropped a hint to check out the duo named Nora & Gnoll. As usual a link to a wealth of music was presented and when clicking in the right direction my ears got a fine taste and impression of these two individuals (Atomic Lily (T.R Hurst) and Jonathan Lee) and their creative and honest expressions.
The music on its own is intriguing as it’s very clear and obvious that these songs are done, based, made and baked on reality, their own personality, sexuality and the results are like listening more to a ‘way of life’ and the views that come with it, than just your average song singing about something fabricated and unattached.
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A new look and some thoughts and examples on #glitches
Originally posted on #transcendentalaccidentalism:
EVERYWHERE WE SEE AN OLD BRAND OF NEW ‘FAD ART’ that goes by the name of teh “GLITCH”
When this obsession for the nostalgia of the broken frame, the V-Hold adjustment that was always something to be frustrated about – NOT celebrated and mass-produced on a Walter Benjamin Essay’s possible connection. The first time I saw #glitchart on the caliber of the exemplary, it was on Twitter @PadrickBentley … I really couldn’t believe what I was seeing. But I still needed more answers as such large questions loomed over the implications and layers of form and content. When I asked Padrick about an image; whether it was a glitch or not, his answer was odd and brought me to a more comfortable place to decide what a glitch really was and what cultural impact it was conveying or having upon the social conscious of the world.His observation was that the…
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Everything is gone blooie