Saturday 9 January 2016

How 2 Adult

Oh boy me and InDesign nearly had some fallout today, you'd think after a few years worth of experience things'd be easier, but adobe always keep me on my toes when it comes to software. Anyway today I did some adult things (not like that you 'orrible minded lot) so I forgot to post. So have a hastily put together 10PM post.
Ellsworth Kelly - Spectrum Colors Arranged By Chance VI (1951)

For all the smack talk I did in the opening paragraph, editing to audio isn't half therapeutic sometimes. Special thanks to Siriusmo for keeping me sane while I awkwardly nudge 5 text boxes into alignment. At least I could try and do it to the rhythm of the beat.

Perhaps it may have been a tad fast tho, so instead have a slower cut from Commix's debut to even things out. I put it away a lot because I tend to wear out the track-list, but I'll be damned if that rumbling bassline isn't sexy as hell nearly every time.

Put Music Has The Right To Children back in after a long abscence. Still as good as ever, the album has earned its reputation had more than enough said about it, and for my money it's still the best jumping in point to BoC's own personal brad of ambient infused sound.

-Claude Van Foxbat

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