Kinda baffling that in this day and age of technology, people still actually listen to the radio. With iPhones, droids, podcast, internet radio, the ability to stuff an MP3 player (you can buy one at Kmart for 20 bucks and it’ll hold 4gigs) full of music, people are still so drawn to listen to californication by the red hot chili peppers for the 999999th time or enter sandman by Metallica.
Can’t even blame those bands and it’s not a slag against them. It’s not their fault there music got played out by big record company tactics and media.

Just wondering, with all the tools available to you to find new music of at genre from anywhere around the world at any given time, who still finds it appropriate to listen to their local “kroq” station to listen to green day or black sabbath?

I’ll slag those two any day. Green day an Ozzy are completely dated and overrated.

Murder Of Time - fucking seriously

As I type this, I’m creating our first video, EVER!
I’m also watching soft rock hits of the 80’s brought to by time-life/star-vista.
anyway, this video is a test video really. the picture you see above, is what I used on a loop, cause really it was done on the fly.
bigger news is, we’ve recorded our first track in over…..a long long time. the track is called “fucking seriously’ ironically enough.

Why I chose that name I don;t know other than that it was funny and seem to fit the mood.
Honestly, its bittersweet. While I’m happy we still know how to actually press record and make a track, its sad in a way because I felt that same familiar mind numbing recollection of a time that might have sailed away a long long time ago.
I’m actually thinking that if we continue to record, we might called this project “the future of yesterday”. seems to fit, and its been a term as far as music is concerned, that seems to fit perfectly with the current times.
Where we are, emotionally, psychologically, even physically.

Times have change. We still love music. We still remember replicating. 
But if we are to continue, quite honestly, its not going to be the same. not sure if that is a good thing or bad. if this is a nice change of pace or just a waste of time.

I personally, I love music. not sure about making it but definitely love it. I might want to pursue other endeavors. 
pursue my love and dream of dj-ing and introducing the world to my vast taste in music, and bring the world a new perspective. 

There is always room for new and fresh perspective.
We’ll see how it goes.

As I type this, I’m creating our first video, EVER!

I’m also watching soft rock hits of the 80’s brought to by time-life/star-vista.

anyway, this video is a test video really. the picture you see above, is what I used on a loop, cause really it was done on the fly.

bigger news is, we’ve recorded our first track in over…..a long long time. the track is called “fucking seriously’ ironically enough.

Why I chose that name I don;t know other than that it was funny and seem to fit the mood.

Honestly, its bittersweet. While I’m happy we still know how to actually press record and make a track, its sad in a way because I felt that same familiar mind numbing recollection of a time that might have sailed away a long long time ago.

I’m actually thinking that if we continue to record, we might called this project “the future of yesterday”. seems to fit, and its been a term as far as music is concerned, that seems to fit perfectly with the current times.

Where we are, emotionally, psychologically, even physically.

Times have change. We still love music. We still remember replicating. 

But if we are to continue, quite honestly, its not going to be the same. not sure if that is a good thing or bad. if this is a nice change of pace or just a waste of time.

I personally, I love music. not sure about making it but definitely love it. I might want to pursue other endeavors. 

pursue my love and dream of dj-ing and introducing the world to my vast taste in music, and bring the world a new perspective. 

There is always room for new and fresh perspective.

We’ll see how it goes.