As mentioned previously, I've added blogs to the site as a way for music makers to better share their latest creations, get feedback, and promote their music here on WATMM. Now, you can of course blog about anything you like, but the impetus was for our music-making members to have a powerful promotion tool on the site.
More to come when I have the time, along with details about how you can get a blog here on WATMM as well!
by guy talese. esquire magazine, april 1966:
In the winter of 1965, writer Gay Talese arrived in Los Angeles with an assignment from Esquire to profile Frank Sinatra. The legendary singer was approaching fifty, under the weather, out of sorts, and unwilling to be interviewed. So Talese remained in L.A., hoping Sinatra might recover and reconsider, and he began talking to many of the people around Sinatra -- his friends, his associates, his family, his countless hangers-on -- and observing th
My EP I, Sleep Giant which was made fairly recently. It can best be described as Electro, but not dark Electro, more 80s influenced.
I hope you will take a listen and decide to download it. There is more on the way, stay tuned.
I have quite a few tracks that I have started throughout the years, that I am quite proud of. The only problem is, I haven't been able to finish them. There are a number of reasons for this, but it's usually not knowing where to take the track, not to mention being a perfectionist at times. So I end up saving the track in a folder with loads of other unfinished tracks and in the back of my mind I tell myself one day that I will finish it.
This rarely happens, but I did finish one or two tra
Sorry for the lack of posts lately. summer classes, work, and trying to enjoy the summer with my friends have all kept me occupied.
I've been writing new tracks, and meeting a lot of new people that love electronic music, both far and abroad. This place has definitely been a big component of that, but I've also started meeting quite a few new local people. This has led to some collaborations, and jams with new people which is always interesting. Getting some new input on the things you'r
teracopy - a really fucking great replacement for the windows copy feature. more suited to handling huge files or huge number of files than the windows copy feature by a mile, and faster too (yes, i did run some trials ).
i use: almost daily
ccleaner - so yeah you probably know this one. removes all manner of temporary crap from your system. i run it every few days and it still tends to kill a couple of hundred megs of shit. i never fail to be surprised at how microsoft OSes are.
Poland v. France
I will be posting links here to all of the matches in the 1982 World Cup, along with some of the qualifying matches. Wherever possible, I will post links with English commentary. If there is no indication, the commentary will be in English. Otherwise, I will indicate the language the commentary is in.
Again, please do not re-upload these matches or create a torrent out of them, as the original uploader (not me) put in a lot of hard work. feel free to share the rapidshare links wherever you
Download all parts and unrar, then enjoy :)
and George Weah comes on later for the International side!
this is some little bits of a few of the songs what i done in may
1. may 20 pisss acid
2. may 12 tarkastaja M (inspector gadget)
3. may 20 lorks
4. may 20 nasad
5. may 05 e=mc hammer
6. may 17 mistake fart
7. may 16 mog syphon
8. may 23 plashid
I really love the avenue bandcamp provides for the independent musician. I also love the amount of information I, as the artist, have access to. In the past month I've had someone from Poland Google hautlle, and apparently links to my bandcamp page have also been passed around through e-mail. Most of my hits come from direct links, so apparently people are spreading the word, which is very cool!
Anyway, download my album Broken Past and give it a listen. If you enjoy it tell your friends
As some of you may know, I'll be 37 this year, and still play video games, am interested in video games, read about video games, and generally enjoy discussing video games. One of the frustrating things about playing games and getting older is your reflexes are not what they once were, and as a result, it takes a bit of getting used to when someone half your age hands your ass to you in a competitive video game like Street Fighter.
Sure, I guess I could compensate by playing MORE and devotin
to download a (fairly low-resolution in my experience so far) copy of a youtube video really quickly, replace the 'www.' at the start of the address with 'kick'.
e.g., if you want to download this tutorial on how to make a chicken kiev
(narrated, seemingly, by the lovechild of stephen fry and anthony hopkins. very soothing):
just change the
and click the big fucking button ab
Droopy is a mini Web server whose sole purpose is to let others upload files to your computer.
Say you’re chatting with a friend on MSN Messenger (perhaps with the excellent pidgin ?). She wants to send you amazing photos she took last week-end, so she uses Messenger file transfer. Unfortunately, the zip file is over 50 MB and it’s painfully slow. Now relax, droopy comes to rescue.
Does it work on my computer ?
You can use it on Unix (Linux, BSD, MacOSX) and Windows. Droopy is a python
Fresh from the My Bolg inbox, this hot new remix of Avril 14th, sent to us this morning by The Aphex Twins themselves comes complete with a stunning video by Chris Cunningham. A Truly amazing reworking of the much loved 2001 piano track, exclusively presented here, complete with Cunningham's trademark groundbreaking synaesthetic brainmangling visuals.
My Bolg is proud to present Avril 14th Shit Mix 2010
Alright, I'm just planning on using this as a place to talk about my new works in progress, sources of inspiration, and basically anything I may want to wax poetic about. Right now I'm in the works of getting tracks prepped for an EP I've been working on... Sent out some demos but heard nothing back, I haven't given it much time yet though!
Aaron Funk has been bending listeners ears as well as their brains and bowels for some time now. His is the jarring sound of a robot amputee falling over in an ice cream van. As Venetian Snares, Funk has released a wealth of albums including the now legendary "Cadburys Ultra Nazi Tampon Implant" and "Coughing Up The Semen Of A Rapist" on luminary labels Cakehole and Period Blood. Taken from his 12th album this week "Getting Raped By a Horse", My Bolg presents the claustrophobic brilliance of "vi
this rather sketchy looking app backs up all your saved games into a file you can restore later. a handy necessary evil, in an era of HDDs with a pretty definite lifespan. i bet my original 40MB hard drive is still chugging away somewhere running a factory in kazakhstan or something. shit was built like a tank. why when i was a lad...