Monthly Archives: March 2006

Click below it! No, below it!

Forget social networking for a moment, right now I’m, thinking about the asocial web in social space. Definitely our love affair with screens can be a problem. At school I find it incredibly disturbing to walk past room after room of faces intently staring into monitors. Or walking by the cafe at night and seeing […]

Squeeeeeeaky Shoes

A music video.


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Running in Place (Going Nowhere)

How do you record an album anyway? With the barn doors open? Hmmmm. What’s more important – sound isolation or the sound of cars driving by? Being isolated in the cave of creativity or capering in the street? quicktime click High-quality home recording studios have exploded in the last decade – the technology to sound […]

it is only folllllllllllllllllolllowing it’s nature

Aahhhllalalala Audio Two new songs in the text-to-speech style! “the wind is in the t r e es” – AL Larsen mp3“the crow harasses the hawk” – Al Larsen mp3 How do you record an album anyway? Can you record a spoken word album without a microphone? If so, would it be music? You can […]


How do you record an album anyway? Maybe it’s more of an argument than a collaboration. Nothing essential happens in the absence of noise. (That’s not just me saying that, ask the former head of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.) Music is a simulacrum of murder. (Attali again.) flash clip So one morning(!) […]