Archive for September, 2006


Tuesday, September 26th, 2006

Just a short lull while I get back into gear at school. Watch for my review of Kode9 + The Space Ape Memories of the Future LP next week, and my blogariddims contribution next month. Also bits on urban exploration and whatever else comes up. Many thanks to those who’ve linked me already. Until then, […]

Blogariddims 7: Voices from Afar

Monday, September 25th, 2006

This time it’s Rambler‘s turn. I’ve really been looking forward to hearing how he’d put it together. He says: Mixing avant-classical stuff is a bit unusual, and without many examples for comparison (if anyone knows where I can get a copy of Murcof’s demo mix tape from back in 2002, I think, please let me […]

Turux / Proun

Monday, September 18th, 2006

In the late 1990s, I started my short career as a graphic designer and web constructor, first in Toronto, then in Montreal. Just a couple of years earlier I’d wanted nothing to do with computers or the internet, and my growing interest in design was mainly analogue, inspired by early modernist designers in Russia and […]

Aqua Riddims

Wednesday, September 13th, 2006

Liquid Sound – Bad Sulza, DE “Under a recent full moon, the seven pools that make up the main spa building, a futuristic dome of white wood and glass, were filled with floating couples and friends, young and old. Positioned over her controls on a mezzaninelike stage above the largest pool was D.J. That Girl, […]

Blogariddims 6/Collide+Coalesce (1950-2004)

Monday, September 11th, 2006

Blogariddims #6 – Collide+Coalesce (1950-2004) – mixed by SoundsLike – a one-hour beat/voice/texture/blip mix utilising over forty elements in sixty minutes – full tracklisting and notes guest-blogged at weareie. It’s a massive tracklist, so I won’t post it here. Suffice to say it’s starts with Miles Davis and fits in Special AKA, Scanner and Alvin […]

New Blog, Fresh Start

Friday, September 8th, 2006

New blog, new server and and a name change. I’ve put autonomicforthepeople blog to rest for a few reasons. It became a bit of a one-trick pony and then just a dump for stories that I’d also posted at Some of the better posts have been archived here. I’m planning to focus most of […]


Friday, September 8th, 2006

1. Hierarchical observation 2. Normalising judgement 3. The examination Right. After a solid week of writing, comprehensive exam #1 is done. It will be nice to have my brain to myself again, at least until round 2 begins.