on my recent travels around the intertron, i stumbled upon an old nes game, labyrinth – based on the 1986 masterpiece of the same name. don’t get me started on labyrinth… the fusion of bowie and henson was so obvious, it’s surprising it took them so long. but anyway, the best thing about this game is that somewhere out there, a nes programmer got to make 8-bit covers of david bowie songs. magic dance
14 adelaidiens. millions of love songs. debut acoustic zeal singing sad songs to knock the lovers down a peg. take that.
and after that, run down the street with me to fad bar and let’s do it all again! [see below] <3 <3 <3
premise: cats in space on keyboards.
philosophy: imperfect symmetry.
print.print.print. cut.cut.cut. print.print.print. cut.cut.cut.
perfectly sums up my waking hours over the last couple of days. i’m in phase-3 of a music video for faux pas and have only now discovered how much paper some of my ideas eat. entries for st kilda close in a week and i had plans to document completing the clip against a ticking clock. i quickly realized that finishing the clip in a week was impossible. i’m going to document it’s progress anyway!
a few upcoming gigs too –
the big lovin’
thursday feb 14
and also, a compilation of adelaide bands has been released. it’s called ‘vision‘ and profits are for the royal society for the blind. my track ‘yumi and the sky’ is on there along with some new material from subsketch. for more information, or to buy it, head here.