Monday, December 28, 2020

Found Art (Adblocker)


We need to start a page for these.

Saturday, December 26, 2020

This week's podcast: New Directions

We're going to try doing new 25-minute long-form audio collage around here every week.  Nothing given its final form by other people, and not anything I've posted before.  Hope so, anyway.  It might start getting a little odd audio in here.

Friday, December 11, 2020

Found Art (Adblocker)


Adblocker is like the Banksy of internet synchronicity.
...oh my god.  It's an illustration for today's actual news story.  It's Trump before the Supreme Court!  The other guy is Kyle Rittenhouse, which is probably a comment in itself.  But the teeth are definitely this thing--

 and there's some sort of intentional pun on the expression "screw" or "screw with".  Wow.  Thomas Nast must be out there in the aether somewhere.

Friday, December 4, 2020

This week's podcast: Air Pirates of the 21st Century

Enter the strange world of true underground radio.  Thanks to the fine Internet Archive, and untold hours trying to make it sound listenable, we present an eclectic journey into what's leaking out the sides of your radio when no one's listening.
Here is a sample, a slightly burnished rendition of the Youngbloods' song "Get Together." 

Saturday, November 28, 2020

Found Art (Adblocker)

 Today's offering:

Friday, November 27, 2020

Jimi Hendrix's 78th Birthday

A note about this week's podcast.
Track #4, the 2020 Birthday Jam, was created this week from the same two bootlegs that Alan Douglas used when he compiled "Captain Coconut" for the 1975 album, Crash Landing: "MLK" and "New Rising Sun".  We both chopped up the originals, but recombined them differently.  My version kept Buddy Miles and Billy Cox. 
(Hendrix improvised an original "MLK" at a memorial concert.  This isn't it.  It's been described as one of the most beautiful, heartfelt tunes he ever played.  No known recording.  Oh well.)


Monday, November 23, 2020

Found Art (Adblocker)

 I used Adblocker on the ads in the margin, and it did this:

 We may be looking at some kind of art-generator, here...