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EMBRACING THE CHAOS PART 2

Traveling with Electronics: Embracing the Chaos Part 2

There's a Storm on the Horizon.....how I became

VJ BLIND

 

My conduction ensemble Out of Context (check out OOC page) is doing a colaboration with Theater Grottesco - http://www.theatergrottesco.org/ - called STORM. It is very large scale project about the environment and a journey into the social paradigms that prevent the world from taking action.

EMBRACING THE CHAOS

Traveling with Electronics: Embracing the Chaos

Embrace or Deflect.....the only sane options

Nothing to Oppose

 The universe is always providing us with new opportunities to evolve during our time here on the planet, although these opportunities don't always appear to arrive in an orderly fashion. Or is it that we're just so preoccupied "making plans".....that the order of the universe just looks like chaos to us.

HOW I SURVIVED THE VIKING GUITAR HORDE

Traveling with Electronics: The Viking Guitar Horde

Well here is one thing that I thought I would never say while standing in front of seven guitar players: "Would you gentlemen please turn up" (wait........did I just say that out loud?)

 

GOING ANCIENT SCHOOL

Traveling with Electronics: Wei Wu Wei - Going Ancient School

"Perception and understanding have come to a stop
and spirit moves where it wants".....Chuang-Tzu

 

 

DISTORTION & DELAY

Traveling with Electronics: D&D-Distortion and Delay

In my experience, you can do more with distortion/volume/delay, than with any other three effect combination

CASE LOGIC - LESS IS MORE

Traveling with Electronics : CASE LOGIC - LESS IS MORE

Back in the day you could tip a skycap a hundred bucks at the curb at LAX and your band's gear (in anvil cases) would get on the plane no questions asked. Well, back in the day is long gone. Now - Traveling Sucks!


MDD-5/26/26

It is 5/26/11 (miles' birthday) my website is up and WITHOUT DESIRES & FLESH ISN'T REAL DIRT are both available from downloads now.

I want to thank my dear friend Cookie Marenco for making this happen and thanks to Patrick O'Connor for the cool web design.


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