There is a space in my heart
An infinite casing of darkness 
There is a space in my heart
I see her face in the stars
In supernovas in pulsars
There is a space in my heart
I can’t get out of it

The real reason for democracy is…. Mankind is so fallen that no man can be trusted with unchecked power over his fellows. Aristotle said that some people were only fit to be slaves. I do not contradict him. But I reject slavery because I see no men fit to be masters.

C.S. Lewis

I first found Kyuss my freshman year of college not too long after joining WONY and getting my first radio show. The reviews on the CDs had a “RIYL” (recommended if you like) system. I grabbed a Melvins album (probably Gluey Porch Treatments) and bands like Kyuss and Eyehategod were on it.

This started my obsession with stoner rock. This album is like jam band stoner rock - sludgy and riffy, but still tight and concise. One of my favorites from Kyuss, and should never be listened to any way except start to finish.

I first found Kyuss my freshman year of college not too long after joining WONY and getting my first radio show. The reviews on the CDs had a “RIYL” (recommended if you like) system. I grabbed a Melvins album (probably Gluey Porch Treatments) and bands like Kyuss and Eyehategod were on it.

This started my obsession with stoner rock. This album is like jam band stoner rock - sludgy and riffy, but still tight and concise. One of my favorites from Kyuss, and should never be listened to any way except start to finish.

I think the most important thing about music is the sense of escape.

Thom Yorke (via leslieseuffert)

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The first time I heard In the Aeroplane Over the Sea was actually only about four years ago. A friend had Two-Headed Boy playing at his house when I popped over to borrow a textbook - ended up staying and listening to the entire at his insistence.
While I still dismiss it somewhat for being a bit of a predictable indie album, at the same time I can see the revolution in indie rock that it inspired and hear it everywhere I listen.

The first time I heard In the Aeroplane Over the Sea was actually only about four years ago. A friend had Two-Headed Boy playing at his house when I popped over to borrow a textbook - ended up staying and listening to the entire at his insistence.

While I still dismiss it somewhat for being a bit of a predictable indie album, at the same time I can see the revolution in indie rock that it inspired and hear it everywhere I listen.

I had to start with Massive Attack. My sister’s ex-boyfriend from high school introduced them to me as he was in the midst of his trip-hop phase, and we used to use songs like Angel and Black Milk to bass-test sound setups at our high school. 
This is one of my favorite driving albums… pure beats and undeniable groove.

I had to start with Massive Attack. My sister’s ex-boyfriend from high school introduced them to me as he was in the midst of his trip-hop phase, and we used to use songs like Angel and Black Milk to bass-test sound setups at our high school.¬†

This is one of my favorite driving albums… pure beats and undeniable groove.

Music? Music. Music!

I’m starting a series of album reviews - going through the /mu/ essentials collage at a recommendation of a friend. It has all sorts of cool stuff in it…. anyway, one post per album. Here goes nothing.

24 years ago, one man made a stand.

24 years ago, one man made a stand.

Oh hey, there’s a new Boards of Canada single. Not too shabby, either.

fuckyeahmedicalstuff:

Polish heart surgeon after 23 hours long heart transplantation. Surgery was succesful. His assistant is sleeping on the floor (1987)

fuckyeahmedicalstuff:

Polish heart surgeon after 23 hours long heart transplantation. Surgery was succesful. His assistant is sleeping on the floor (1987)

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mememolly:

Happy Bob Moog day!

mememolly:

Happy Bob Moog day!

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