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    I really hope this is just another troll post. That meat looks like dogshit formed into discs and then left out in the sun. They actually already look like they are tough before you overcooked them. But of course you'd buy cheap and pre-made patties. Your cheese application is nothing short of horrid and it makes sense that you'd cook them on aluminum foil. Perfect. And that last shot? Make sure you hold them up over your expensive fanboy Autechre art. I wonder how many photos it took to get that just right because your gardenhose arms were shaking holding all of that weight. Way to keep it real though, bruh. I wouldn't eat a burger that was anywhere under a mile near that fingernail or dog dick of a thumb. And don't even get me started on your tableware. What the shit is that? Did you try to find the ugliest and least appetizing thing you could find or were those just the ones your mummy gave you? Jesus fucking christ, Schlitze.
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    So i listened to this on my drive yesterday - production is impeccable. I'm not going to lie and say that i know anything about darkwave, but i did enjoy this and will listen again. This coupled with the 0f.digital release is a strong start Favourite tracks: Reflected in Your Eyes, Tomorrow Hides in Yesterday's Shadow
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    what about replacing the PSN shit with your discogs username so those curious can look people up on discogs
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    Ah he was not the inventor of the Epstein drive. Because everybody knows, that guy is dead.
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    the Lorenzo Senni link is 5 hours long! I missed the original broadcast (and I can't find it on NTS) I'm a little bit befuddled to be honest, can a wise oracle please explain! Thank you.
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    begin? we already have the most burgers contest
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    when i listen to melodies from mars i am transported from my miserable urban life to a kind of pillowed cushioned pastel softfocus realm where i am carried by beings to a clearing in a forest and lain on a cloud, where i am then cleaned, powdered and freshly diapered and tickled with feathers. aphex twin is there too in the feathery pastel diaper land. he wears an electronic diaper that emits ultrasonic hypnotizing pulses (eg ventolin ep) at all times in order to pacify the enraged, confused rebels who refuse to be embraced, tickled powdered and diaped by the Master himself. thanks for posting this important thread. looking forward to all responses.
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    - your command is my wish!
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    Yeah, click the timestamp (Just now/X minutes ago/...) to go to that exact post. Or the symbol before the title for first unread.
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    it was a reply to me calling your attitude itt obnoxious, there was literally no other stance or context. you just went off and assumed all sorts of shit lol anyway, next time i see someone order a burger ill make sure to shout HEY YOU NAZI MOTHERFUCKER CMERE I WANNA TELL YOU ABOUT VEGANISM! and if they walk away I'll just remember its their fault they didn't get the message, not mine
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    I already did, for the press release for my label's new release. Josh always brings the goods.
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    Goddamn I randomly and coincidentally came across this last week - 70s and 80s pop music had a lot of songs penned by essentially unknown songwriters who worked behind the scenes as studio and session musicians, producers, engineers, etc. This is def one of the more obscure ones though. Hazard's version def showcases the inherent energy and punch of the song itself, Lauper totally took it to a different level that would have never been done justice by most other pop singers. The switch from male to female perspective radically alters the scope and context of the song. It's got a lot more emotional resonance than I could ever appreciate as a kid when I heard it - surface level it's fun 80s pop but I can only imagine how the line like "Some boys take a beautiful girl / And hide her away from the rest of the world / I wanna be the one to walk in the sun" cut deep for many people. It's akin to Cohen's Hallelujah being covered by Buckley, Reznor's Hurt covered by Cash - credit is due to the writers but it's almost as if they put something out there for a more fitting musician to finalize it's potential.
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    Thanks stick! Yes I'm particularly pleased with scoring this album to release. I believe Salem spent 4 years putting it together. I'm honoured he put it in our grubby paws There is now an option to purchase this from Lobster Theremin :^) https://lobsterrecords.co.uk/collections/all/products/the-face-i-deserve-kris-bernard
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    I've been literally denying my outright leftism for well over a decade but the last years have finally made me commit. This bullshit is not sustainable, it's just been gradually made more benign over the last century for those privileged and / or fortunate enough not to get the brunt of it. The disgusting part of the vague and purposely projecting rhetoric right-wing populist push is that the core of it resonates with a fact - there are powerful elites to blame - but instead of offering progressive and even revolutionary change they instead point to the boogeyman of the left to incite their hardcore supporters: "cultural marxists", "globalists", immigrants, etc. all while literally enabling and expanding the corruption and abuses of power they claim to be fighting. The nefarious brilliance of this too is they manage to wear down both more neutral citizens and the opposition, which is why turnout is often so low in elections. They exploit a sincere cynicism and apathy many hold.
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    There are pretty dedicated and niche fans of really obscure and DIY artists and labels - cassette and CD-R and now bandcamp. Private press in the 60s and 70s, tape-traders in the 80s through 90s, then netlabels and p2p stuff in the 00s. I dabble off and on and recognized Dolphins Into The Future, but that was about it. What I find so lovely is the realization that the brothers not only have indicated they have a very likely massive collection of music likely stretching back to their own days of trading and sharing tapes in the late 80s and early 90s but they are still hunting down new obscure music! RDJ has been doing this as well, he's played out, often multiple times, really new jungle, footwork, and leftfield techno, house, etc. Our IDM idols might work in their own bubbles to some degree but they aren't pretentious and they clearly appreciate overlooked music. It's wonderful.
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    @sweepstakes have you looked into the js object in order to get the best of both programming worlds - https://docs.cycling74.com/max7/tutorials/javascriptchapter02
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    Three Identical Strangers - I liked it. It was way sadder than I thought it would be, but I liked it. The Life and Art of Szukalski (Netflix) - REALLY liked it. Amazing character. Free Solo - Jesus fucking Christ, my palms were so sweaty after watchin this.
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    Arby's uploaded a level:
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    jesus fucking christ what a disgusting fat sack of shit of a human bean.
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    oi put that damn soundcloud playlist sig in a spoiler or something. I keep getting stuck in the fucking thing when I'm scrolling >:^I
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    man, this is a perfect example of how wonderful this mix is - I'm poking around this artists discogs page and he's pretty much a self-releasing "new age" style cassette / CD-R artist who was playing around with vaporwave imagery before it was a thing. it's an amazing obscure find that I would have most likely never have found on my own. looks like a fan of Dreamers Cloth ripped and uploaded the artists discography in one go - kudos to them
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    Imagine how much better of a place the world would be without these rich criminal assholes we call elites
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    Safety razor it up! Honestly man, I had my second full shave this weekend and it was so easy, super close shave... This is the one I got... https://www.amazon.ca/VIKINGS-Double-Swedish-Platinum-Manliness/dp/B011L8WJIA Ignore the sad "raw manliness" tag on it as that's... sad. But it's a great razor and the beginner blades that come with it are nice so far.
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    Had a quick flick thru earlier this morning and will listen to the full thing on my drive later this afternoon. First impressions are that it sounds quite rich and unique - classy effort ! Love the packaging and execution in general. MG set to be quite the label
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    It's mental. Everything I wanted and more
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    Every time this thread gets posted in I'm in here hoping for more Juicy IDM Goss. On my IDM Gossometer im currently ranking this above the time venetian snares revealed himself to be a massive homophobe on an online forum, but below the time mu-ziqs old wife ran off with another Intelligent Dance Musician and he did a weird album about it
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    I would be pleasantly surprised if anything came of this. The list is full of millionaires, billionaires, high ranking politicians and British royalty. They’re above the law. Look what happened with the Panama papers
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    Backlit buttons, better gain, handy interface shortcuts, new warranty, oled screen.... not a crazy idea
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    at last this is the only music i'll be listening to for the next 10 years: https://archive.org/details/WXAXRXP-NTS2/41.+LORENZO+SENNI+-+BUILD-UPS+ARCHIVE+FINAL+VERSION+%2B+AAT.mp3
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    WATMM radio host that introduces a story between tracks comes to mind. With a script written here which could work for interlude vibes too. That'd be sick as a cassette release. Could also make the theme of the songs more fluid. But, who knows how hard that is to do on a collective scale. I for one would like a more memorable unique collaborative effort instead of a compilation, but das just me.
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    It's great that people are interested and want to contribute, but to keep the conversation going - what ideas does anybody have to make the compilation interesting or unique? A theme? How many tracks should it be (or should that be determined by the fundraising efforts)? Formats (again, crowdfunding stretch goals)? Cassette? Vinyl? MD? Digital Vinyls? Analog MP3s? Wax Cylinders? (Aleski can't have all the fun) Digipak? Jewel Case? Micro Jewel Case? Gatefold Sleeves? What should the artwork feature?
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    No, but unlike the original, we will get someone to master it!
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    I didn't understand drukqs until after I was vaccinated
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    https://archive.org/details/WXAXRXP-NTS1/ https://archive.org/details/WXAXRXP-NTS2/ BOOM. There it is.
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    Graeber's other joint Bullshit Jobs is also q good.
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    Maybe we can get BoC, ae and the twins to remix our songs as well.
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    Both (Graeber and The Master and Margarita) are excellent. Really enjoyed them ( for different reasons, obviously). The first half of the twentieth century has been very unkind to Russians, but damn did it make them produce a lot of good writing. I’m currently reading The Twelve Chairs by Ilya Ilf and Jevgeni Petrov, also from roughly the same period. It’s about the antics of a former nobleman who tries to hunt down twelve chairs (hence the title) that were confiscated from him after the Revolution. Very entertaining.
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    absolute guilty pleasure. she doin her thing. such visceral mental imagery. https://www.worldstarhiphop.com/videos/video.php?v=wshhy5mH5o9VKUE74t3g
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