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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Can I Spliff it, Apr 9, 2015.
dammit, I had Tennis and King Gizzard time slots saved to watch but completely forgot
still gonna catch Phantogram at least
never been able to get into Father John Misty, but, like most live music, it's entertaining enough at the moment
song is amazing and i can't stop listening to it
listening to Cryptomnesia now
this was even tough for me, a full fledged Volta fan, to get into, but everything seemed to come together when I randomly had it on repeat in the background as I spent hours playing Mushroom Farm Revolution years ago, killer time I know
my listening of it tonight was absolutely inspired by the artists you slept on thread
I can get you in
Consider the appealingness of the music, the cleverness of the lyrics, the radness of the album art, and the fact that FJM does shit like include song by song "listening instructions" with shit like this
CHATEAU LOBBY #4
EXERCISE FOR 2 (TWO) STRANGERS:
1.) Adhere a map to a wall and pick up a dart.
2.) Have someone put a blindfold on you.
Note: Do not attempt blindfolding yourself with a dart in your hand.
3.) Throw dart at map.
4.) Get born there.
Note: Do not remove blindfold.
5.) Acquaint yourself with suffering.
Note: Remove blindfold.
6.) Gather experiences, some formative and some merely incidental (don’t even bother trying to parse out which is which).
7.) Achieve pubescence.
8.) Behave like a robot wearing a human-face mask with a tiny frightened animal manning the helm, whom God watches masturbate, for a few years.
Note: You will need the human-face mask later.
9.) Create a personal PR firm dedicated to the rebranding of yourself.
Note: Administer yourself a human-face mask that bares some passing resemblance to the face you were born with.
10.) Experiment with consuming and discarding the love of others to differing degrees of duration/intensity until you feel like you’ve got a handle on what it is you think you’re, like, looking for.
11.) Repeat listening exercise 10 until you gradually become aware of not strictly the suffering you and you alone experience, but the suffering you cause other people.
Note: AKA “consciousness”
12.) Become overwhelmed and misappropriate this revelation for occasion to self-loathe.
Note: Here it is helpful to self-identify as something as someone uniquely irredeemable. Since you are wearing a mask you may as well be dramatic.
13.) Let this self-loathing worldview eventually lead you into literally loathsome behavior.
Note: see exercises for “The Night Josh Tillman Came To Our Apartment” and/or “Strange Encounter”
15.) Randomly meet new stranger
Note: AKA Boredom Alleviation Black Hole Fuel
Note: There is a giant figurative dart cresting the horizon on the figurative map.
Note: See “I Went To The Store One Day”
16.) Momentarily forget everything about listening exercises 10-14 and tell yourself that new pieces of ass make life worth living.
17.) Start talking to new stranger.
Note: Which, for some reason, makes human-face mask keeps getting in the of, and thus is painfully and incrementally removed.
18.) Eventually fall in love with new stranger and believe yourself when you say it.
Note: Your suspicions that you have no idea how to love yet are well-grounded. See exercise 21.
19.) Watch everything change.
20.) Watch everything change again.
21.) Watch everything keep changing.
Note: Have loved one reapply blindfold. Gladly defer to what they tell you about themselves, you, and the world.
Marcus King Band. Recently discovered them and they are dope
I'll give this a go in a bit
New Incubus album today
Lateralus, but I'm listening to it in the Fibonacci Sequence order
Jane's Addiction's Nothing's Shocking now
probably gonna album my way through the night
but to be specific for the let us post some music in this thread purposes, just got to my favorite song from the album
fine, decided to put on Scabdates as a nightcap
Part 1: Literally my favorite two minutes of music ever
I hate this band so much
god damn this song always hits me right in the feels
The record where Ryan Adams covers Taylor Swift's "1989" in its entirety
Got to see them for the first time a few weeks ago and holy cow that kid is awesome. I'd heard good things and enjoyed a song or two I had heard, but they brought the heat.
I know I've been gay for Kno in this thread before, and it wouldn't even surprise me if I've already posted this, but it just came on, and I came with it
My hippie roommate from back in the day turned me on to this album while he lived in our laundry room, dude was way ahead of the tiny living curve apparently, his bunk was tight man
i just stumbled onto this. reminds me of thin lizzy