Bjor6n Oranj created another psychedelic video with due thanks to the polytrope projections of David Madore.
Bjor6n Oranj created this trippy little video that reminds you what William Blake stated, poison is standing water.
Christopher Campbell puts together another captivating video to remind us to choose our companions wisely when our hearts are about to explode from love, anxiety and fear.
Inspired, sort of, maybe, probably by Terence Malick’s 1973 film Badlands, minus the murder spree, it’s a song about the love that happens when you can’t trust yourself so you trust someone else and give up caring about anything other than that bond.
A drunk, drinking song that echoes life long about egos and heroes and minds on the run.
A morality tale for birds of a feather with deep, ominous, foreboding drones and wiggly beats built to confuse those waiting to be famous.
Memories can be gossamer, floating in the air with indeterminate and shifting landings. Quite often they are distortions. Sometimes we only remember what we want to remember. Sometimes we only remember the suntastic weekends.
Inspired by an old friend in the cassette-trading days of the late 80’s who recorded under the name JOY BEFORE THE STORM. JBS was an experimental fantasy-land filled with sonic wonder.
Itchin’ To Make it Right is the musical equivalent of a hangover-induced migraine. A lamentation of self-induced destruction. A slow, churning retrospective of the waste of life. Missed opportunities drowning in ethanol, grains, fruits and sugar.