Diario

  • The Take Over

    Gen 27 2009, 4:50 di hellterskelters

    What do people assume when they first look at me?
    Forever Heavy
    comment: Well.....only since third grade when I discovered video games.

    What will be a big challenge in life for me?
    Dear Boy
    comment: Nonsense. I am dear and sincere

    Am I a good boyfriend?
    Work It Out
    comment: I guess I'm good at working things out. I suppose that's a good quality.

    How will I die?
    Twinkle Echo
    comment: Apparently I'll go out shining and loud.

    Is someone trying to kill me?
    Marching the Hate Machines (Into the Sun)
    comment: Perhaps the hate machines were, but fuck em', they're being marched into the sun.

    What should I do instead of this quiz?
    Poor Little Rich Boy
    comment: no thanks

    What is a bad habit I should try to stop?
    The Competition
    comment: Fuck that. I thrive on competition.

    What's for dinner tonight?
    Three Little Birds
    comment: mmmmmm

    How does the world see me?
    Uniform
    comment: I guess like they see everyone else.

    Will I have a happy life?
  • the last 30 days in new music exposure, part 2

    Gen 18 2007, 5:11 di randombjorksong

    picking up from where i left off in my unfocused ramblings

    So Tonight That I Might See
    first time around i said i was behind the times. this album serves as a good indication of that fact, seeing as it was released in '93. i couldn't quite figure out how to label Mazzy Star off the bat. kind of downtempo pop rock. kind of trancey. kind of 60's soulful rock. apparently that's called dreampop. this is as good of a word as any i guess; it's almost lullaby music. tender in an eyes-half-open sort of way with just enough force behind it to keep you going. vocally pleasant, but occasionally a bit too much so without any defining edge. musically competent but any sort of extended instrumentalizing drags things down from solmen to just plain boring. the strongest tracks are placed carefully and stand out as dividing lines in a series of hills and valleys, which kept me from getting numbed to the positives of the sound. so, good job on that one, studio technicians of 13 years ago. anyway, take what there is to enjoy and move on. …