Sunday, August 06, 2006

So, after work tonight, Shaun told me about a party that was going on in honor of Brian Moats and Meredith Martin-Moats going away to Bowling Green, because Meredith got into gradual school. Meredith is one of the members of the Early Morning Bourbon Girls, who I have not yet gotten to see live, but I hear tell that they're amazing. I also saw Gina, who is also in the EMBGs, who also used to work at B&N. I also saw Derrick, aka ill chemist, who worked at B&N here in Fayetteville until a few years ago (he's an amazing lyricist, if you get a chance to hear him rap, do it). And I also saw Martha Pettit, who also worked at B&N, although her and Derrick didn't know each other. It was a wierd synchronicity watching them meet each other. Martha doesn't appear to have a Myspace page. Maybe she's 'too good' to have one or something, which is wierd because she's totally down with Kevin Brockmeier and all that. Oh yeah, and I saw Scott Brock too! The Brockmeister. The Brockachino.

I also got to watch a bunch of half-naked white people dance like fools, which was neat. Looked very sweaty though.

Hey, want to hear some neat music? Check out Phylum Sinter. Especially baroque n consecrator. Really amazing stuff. Allen, aka the erratic ninja clued me into him.

Also, Quantazelle is the shiznit. Her stuff is so good it makes my brain hurt.

Oh yeah, the Cloudwave Network show Output 1.2 was pretty neat the other night. It started kind of slow, but eventually there were quite a few people there. I had a blast. If you missed it, then you should be sad, because it's one of the coolest things going on in Fayetteville right now. I'm not just saying that because I'm involved (although we got tired of no one doing anything this cool, so that's why we're doing it). Also, I think I'm starting to find my voice as far as what I want to do musically. Although, I do want to explore a little bit more of the pretty 'glitchy' melodic side of the whole IDM spectrum in the future. At any rate, apparently we're going to be a cover story soon in the Free Weekly, so hopefully even more people will show up for the September show. Bringing home brewed electronic music to the masses. What could be more egalitarian and populist than that?

3 Comments:

Anonymous Steven said...

And Allen totally got turned on to BOTH Phylum Sinter AND Quantazelle by me, just so the record's straight. ;)

9:41 AM  
Blogger Peter said...

Well just to set the record even straighter, I got turned onto Quantazelle by Evan Morris a few months ago. Just sayin'.

11:44 AM  
Anonymous Bo said...

Yo Pete,

Sorry Will and I missed out on the show. We were in Tulsa and didn't make it back till like 1 am.

Also, the guy from the free weekly tried to meet up with me but I lost his number and he never tried to call me back again. You got his digits by chance?

9:55 PM  

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