Met Lyle Bell (Tumblr: Auxgang) tonight. Super cool evening.
My Theremin hasn’t even shipped, and I have no musical talent whatsoever, but titles and made-up lyrics for things always rattle around in mind. If I ever release music with the theremin, it’ll likely be under the name BROADEST SHOULDERS.
Bought a Theremin. Let’s make spooky/beautiful music together.
I’m probably going to paint it gold.
From the beginning… Issues 1 through 22 on our new shelves.
The #1 way to win my heart this year: find any back issues of The Paris Review and I’ll read them to you. I have everything after issue 200, so we have plenty left to catch ourselves up.
Of Montreal - “The Past is Grotesque Animal” (live)
I’ve shared and quoted this track before, but “Our love-project has so much potential” and “But you know, no matter where we are / we’re always touching by underground wires” were two that got me through the winter before this. I’m happy to have survived another rough winter.
Let’s just have some fun.
Working on some new posters.
I’m really not happy with all the “Men’s Rights” nonsense in my neighbourhood during the summer, so these should work as a tasteful way to blank them out.
Doug’s Good/Bad/Other Thing, April 20 2013. (1:32)
From an alleyway I bring you today’s good, bad, and other thing.
It’s a fever which only tasty beverages, moonlight, and dancing around to music can subdue (generally).