inappropriate.art

August 11th, 2004

"Sir, I feel that I need to confiscate this book."

evil.art

August 11th, 2004

Tranquility base (part one)

surely.art

August 11th, 2004

follow-up: England Gets First National Jester for 350 Years

Lost my chance. Dang-nabbit.

Oh, well. I don’t look so good in motley, anyway.

sound.art

August 11th, 2004

RANDOM

This CD used on random play mode only.It has 99 scales included in the 99 tracks.
When using the “random” function, the CD will automatically select random tones, and make a new melody.And when selecting random and return function simultaneously, the new melody will play endless.
?This CD is used on random play mode only. Please make sure that your CD player has a random function.The interval of sound will be changed depending on the CD player.

Hrm. That shouldn’t be too difficult to replicate. It’s an interesting idea, too. Make the player do all the work.

solitude.art

August 11th, 2004

Casiotone for the Painfully Alone

Casiotone for the Painfully Alone is the musical alias of 25 year old American film school drop-out Owen Ashworth. Ashworth began making music in 1997 after he realized that song-making was a far more cost-effective means of storytelling than film-making.

Using only battery operated keyboards and electronics as instruments, Ashworth has created a hybrid strain of raw, emotional, and very homemade synth pop that is as influenced as much by film and literature as by its more obvious musical counterparts. CFTPA’s claustrophobic two-minute character studies shudder with reverbed beats, blown-out chords, simple-but-infectous melodies, layered beneath the sometimes funny but always heartbreaking lyrics of Ashworth’s sighing baritone.

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