How does the convenience of music streaming inform our respective music tastes? And why is this alarming for both artists and fans? A meditation on how streaming influences our tastes in music, featuring songs by Prince, Ryo Kawasaki, Erykah Badu & Portishead.
A song using silence, ambient noise, and quiet to explore the binary between man-made and natural disasters
"On balconies, in silence, my mind swaying with the music, / I’m thinking where does the ocean end and the sky begin? I’m thinking / when does the morning bus leave? I’m thinking how much for one more drink?"
Eight years after the release of Tyler, The Creator's "Yonkers," the skateboarding teenagers from Ladera Heights, who liked eating roaches and pissing off authority, are cited as one of the most influential groups of the decade.
"On this disk, the Beatles have become made of dinosaur bones, and their sounds will play again and again up to the end."