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    Quote Originally Posted by thirdform View Post
    people think I'm some cretinous Italian futurist like Marinetti or a crypto-fascist modernist but that's far from the case. I spit on the graves of geniuses!
    Hey, you're stealing the insults I used to get!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post
    Dissensus is in an amazingly energetic state ATM considering how near death it once was so applause to all concerned.

    I also like that this thread has done so well as a fairly pure muso thread (I've only skimmed full disclosure) with the more abstract threads still having a place.
    Agree, it's fascinating.

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    No comments on Trump's wild press conference yesterday?

    No evidence yet he will lose the next election, although O'Rourke from Texas is the best hope the Democrats have. He has it. If he's not their candidate in 2 years time, I'll be surprised, maybe dismayed.

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    Shit, wrong thread, sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post
    Dissensus is in an amazingly energetic state ATM considering how near death it once was so applause to all concerned.

    I also like that this thread has done so well as a fairly pure muso thread (I've only skimmed full disclosure) with the more abstract threads still having a place.
    have you lost your mind?!

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    who wants the old corpse back?

    he was funny, charismatic, startlingly incisive...

    in a bizarre attempt to affect some sage sophistication you've donned this trepidatious supply teacher persona.

    come back corpse! we miss you!

    do this one:


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    trepidatious
    never heard this word in my life before and im a famous poet who gets
    sent letters from jh prynne. secret reader.

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    trepidatious elevations,
    asiatic equations,
    the 5 percent nation,
    revelations, invocations
    plantations, heart awakens

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    he's the only one who gets away with it.

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    Have I been cut out of discourse?

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    Craner, give this one a go

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    opening with a very jaco sounding bass introspection but quickly disrupted by ye olde psyche organ freak. the bass giving us a layer of repetition to rely on. organ shyly sneaks back in for a second taste and slinks back out just as quick. sparse perc from Mtume coupled with a little tap on the snare and very occasional kick to anchor this floating cloud of dreamlike serenity. never heard anything else like this from the miles catalog. oh and now we're putting the bass through a delay? is this a composition or a jam? hard to tell. blues guitar teasing it's way in at first and then spindling it's way through the skyscape with delicious arps that wouldn't sound out of place on a curtis mayfield production. who's fucking around with the tape delay? in a way it's cool to keep us alert, but at the same time i wouldn't mind drifting off down river with the rest of the band. drums lifting up now. a 2nd guitar comes in all gronky, fuzzed and phazed. everything builds, a low key acid peak. overdriven tape delay slowly screeches in like a flock of horny bats, intensifies and what do you know, it's all over. major thumbs up.

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    perfect fodder for the likes of bonobo or four tet to lazily sample and turn into the next artisanal coffee shop soundtrack hit

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    applause to all concerned

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