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  1. http://warp.net/releases/mark-pritchard-under-the-sun/ http://warp.net/news/mark-pritchard-new-album-under-the-sun-released-in-may-listen-to-sad-alron/
  2. So the NASA discovered that Pluto is bigger than we thought and that there is yet another earth-like planet in the Kepler system. And - believe it or not - we still don't have a proper soundtrack for our space exploration. Until now, though. This is the first of extra-terrestrial journeys from sun to the Oort Cloud featuring all your favorite electronic heroes. Enjoy your space walk.
  3. Yo mangz and womangz~ How many of you have noticed how much of a role your eyes play in listening to music? And I don't mean I want a number-- I just needed a sentence to start this thread. When I listen to music and am really enjoying it, I notice that my eyes are gazed upon something or are set at some angle in my eye sockets. This is especially true when critical-enjoyment-listening or repeat listening of a track. I've been making music "seriously" for about 20 years now, and I realized just the fuck now that my eyes weren't as important for listening to music when I first starting making it. I think "the loop" starts in music makers (which I assume many of us are) when they listen to that one badass bit in their working track over and over and over... Then eventually the eyes become activated in listening, by consciousness pulsing so hard that it starts up other senses through resonance. I have seriously listened to the same few seconds in my tracks for hours, thoroughly enjoying it and patting myself on the dick. I believe the eye-lock is tied with production and critical listening, and then, this practice carries over to listening to others' music. It's like nowadays if I listen to music with my eyes closed, I just don't have enough senses involved to fully enjoy the sonics. But if I'm in Rave Mode 9000 in da underground club or whatever, my body becomes the secondary sense, and my eyes basically become just for seeing. The only time peoples' eyes "become serious" in their sockets and gazed upon nothing and everything whilst dancing, is if they're tripping fucking hard and realizing that God looks way more beautiful in person. Anyway- so how are your eyeballs during music listening? (I realize WATMM is 95% female, so it'd be interesting to hear that perspective, also, as I feel this phenomenon could be tied-in with the male practice of putting on glasses to use the telephone.)
  4. This mix rides along the alphabet incl. Alan Moore, Beefcake, Clubroot, DJ Food, [...], Wisp, X-Asp, Youngblood Brass Band, Zomby. Vinyl only. Enjoy the literacy lesson.
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