Newsom twosome just for yousome.
B-sides B-keep B-coming.
Whatever’s got hold of me ain’t done just yet.
Duane. Duane was what was wrong with Merrick. Duane should never have started working at the same restaurant as Merrick. But there he was, like every fuckin’ day. That he meant well was just another part of the problem. Fuckin’ Duane.
At first there was Everybody Smells Different. It was an album I did in high school for a thing my school called “Senior Project.” I made an album, sold it to friends and teachers, and gave all the money to a Hurricane Katrina relief fund. Except for the making music part, it was a huge, terrible pain in the ass.
To the 19 visitors who downloaded either Tatsushu Mizukashi’s “Pokemon vs. Humans OST” or Moot’s “MHz” or both yesterday, please know that my publisher has retro-actively delayed these two albums indefinitely, and “recalled” any copies that might have already been distributed. Meaning you now sort of technically have a legal obligation to delete them, and to destroy any CDs you might have burned. Sorry for the inconvenience, and thank you for your cooperation!
And but also note that the other two albums are still up for FREE EASY DOWNLOAD and that you actually really should download those.
Gently click link to please begin download:
MONSTER HYMNZ (2013) — “Brilliant,” “AMAZING,” “Multitudinous”
Point (2006) — “Weird,” “You sound like a weird girl”, “Is this a joke?”
If Monster Hymnz is the hot tub, then Point is the cool, refreshing swimming pool right next to it.
Despite sounding absolutely completely opposite to each other, these two albums actually address a lot of similar themes, and kind of fill in each other’s gaps, I think, aurally. I’ve even come to think of them as companion pieces, like as a double LP that took 7 or 8 years to put together. Or, okay, whatever. It’s all just sounds. Please enjoy my sounds.
Alright, alright, no more having to take pictures of yourselves, dear friends and longtime acquaintances. No more bending to my will. Just take the music. Just take it. I’m grateful that you’re even bothering. My ego’s back up to a nice firm 32 PSI, and you’re the reason why.
Now, just please: to enjoy.
Moot’s long-awaited follow-up to 2006’s “Point Pointer Outer” finally hits the digital shelf today! AND IT’S FREE (although, obviously, as indicated by the hideous new button above, donations are welcome)!
ONLY THING YOU GOTTA DO: Take a pic of yourself wearing ear-/headphones and either post them on my Facebook-sponsored announcement thing or email them to me. I will then send you the link to the album. Because, yes, you better goddamn listen to it on headphones.
Easy does it.
The male genitalia of 107 spider species representing 73 families were serially sectioned and studied with an emphasis on muscles moving the genital bulb. As a rule, most non-Entelegynae have two bulbal muscles, most Entelegyne have none, but many exceptions occur. Variation also occurs with regard to origin and attachment of bulbal muscles. There appears to be a trend towards a shift of the origin from proximal (Liphistius, Atypus) to more distal palpal segments (Haplogynae). In most Entelegynae the muscular movement is replaced by hydraulic movement caused by expanding membranes (hematodochae). Hematodochae probably permit increased bulbal rotation and movements of higher complexity. New evidence is presented arguing against Palpimanidae being representatives of Entelegynae. Bulbal glands other than those discharging into the sperm duct (previously known in Amaurobiidae and Dictynidae only) are described in several entelegyne families.
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