The date is Aug 29 2019 3:30 PM HST time. I thought I would officially put a closing post in my Uncanny Hawaii Project.
The date is Aug 29 2019 3:30 PM HST time. I thought I would officially put a closing post in my Uncanny Hawaii Project.
Tonights Hi On Pixels Exploration we tempt the laws of chaos to govern our track list. Per request we explore the Genre Of Random. Only the samples played are pre selected. Otherwise all other musical tracks were selected randomly using a bash shell script.
Thank you for Participating Jenifer.
Tonights track list
The Meters- I Need More Time – From the album The very best of the meters
IO ECHO – When The lillies Die-From the album Ministry Of Love
Robocop title NES from the 1989 Robocop Nintendo Game Soundtrack
Lovelock maybe tonight from the brillant works of Steve Moore
Black flag – Rise Above from the album Music Form A Film by Harmony Korine
The Free Pop Electronic Concept – Cosmic Rhythms – Cool Rasta
Clock DVA – Velvet realm – From the album Buried Dreams
A Place To Bury Strangers – I lost you – from the album Onwards to the wall
Fucked up – Crusades – from the album Hidden World
Anonymous – Vespers hymn- O lux beata trinitas – from the album Darkness Into Light
T-rex – Hot Love – from the Best of T-Rex
Butthole surfers – The one I love – from the masterpiece Double live
Here is the Kevin Kelly lecture: Access Is Better Than Ownership – Mentioned in the show.
Mahalo for listening
The Kava Festival will feature live local music from Hawai’i’s hottest artists, educational and cultural booths, ‘awa sampling, ‘awa plants, ‘apu making workshop by Ka Papa Lo’i o Kanewai (Hawai’inuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge at UH Manoa), preparation demos, pa’i’ai/poi pounding, lomi lomi massage, food booths and local vendors. The Kava Festival will also host a variety of cultural and scientific talks in the ‘awa gardens on lauhala mats open to the public. In addition, a traditional Hawaiian kapu ‘awa ceremony will be performed by La‘akea Suganuma honoring VIPs who have made contributions in culture, education and science.
Location: UH Manoa main campus, on McCarthy Mall Honolulu,Hawai`i
Parking on street or on campus.
See you there.
A change of mood for tonight’s exploration.
1969:Townes Van Zandt – Our Mother the mountain – from the album Our Mother The Mountain
1973:Terry Reid – Seed Of Memory from the album Seed Of Memory
1973:Nick Drake – Sunday from the album Bryter Layter
1985:Death In June – Leper Lord – Nada!
2001 : Current 93 – All the pretty little horsies from the album All The Pretty Little Horsies
2005:Six Organs of Admittance – Procession Of Cherry Blossom Spirits from the album School Of The Flower
2005: Iron & Wine – Upward Over The Mountain from the album The Creek Drank the cradle
2007:Leonard Cohen – Sisters of mercy from the album Songs of Leonard Cohen
2007: Matt Ellioot – The Ghost of Maria callas from the album Failing Songs
2008: Bon Iver – Flume from the album For Emma, Forever Ago
2009: Marrisa Nader – Ghosts & Lovers from the album Little Hells
2009: ROME – To die among strangers from the album To Die Among Strangers
2009: James Blackshaw Cross from the album The Glass Bead Game
2010: Jane Weaver – Hud a Llefrith – from the album The Fallen By Watchbird
2010: Hush Arbors – Bones of a thousand Suns from the album Landscape Of Bone
2010: Bonny Prince Billy Merciless and Great – The Wonder Show of the world
2011: Tamikrest – Fassous tarahet from the album Tounmastin
2012: Chelsea Wofle – The Way We Used to from the album Unknown Rooms
2013: Mazzy Star – Lay Myself Down from the album Seasons of your day
Here is the two artists I recommended from the list:
Trailer for the Album “Toumastin”
Trailer for the album Chatma (My sisters). A tribute to the woman and children who are often the victims of wars.
Bonnie Prince Billy:
If you take a look at the analytics of Daily Deals or Groupon royalty programs, you will see a steady growth throughout the last year. In fact emarketer reported reported that 92.5 million people redeemed digital coupons in 2013.
Here in Hawaii we have Foodlands Maika’I, or Safeway rewards programs. I would imagine in these instances the user data collected is far more valuable than driving customer behavior through discounts.
The new kid on the block is Amazon Local. Amazon Local has been slowly implementing its program from state to state in the past years. Hawaii has just joined the collective program.
Amazon Local is a promotional platform used to market local businesses through discounted digital coupons.
Amazon Local’s advantages include:
What does Amazon get out of this? Aside from the commission per sales. This is yet another opportunity to grow the
Amazon brand. (Not that its needed).
As I did my research for this article I reviewed a few blogs and sites outside of Amazon in hopes of finding disgruntled customers who did not like the service. The only results I discovered from my data mining uncovered kindle issues and problems with Amazon.com. Amazon Local received unanimous raving reviews. Does this mean that Amazon Local has no issues? At this time I cannot say.
More importantly Amazon local has arrived on our shores for better or worst. Will Amazon Local connect local business with local customers for the better? Or will it suffer the same fate as Captain Cook in attempt to improve a system that needed no assistance.
We shall see.
Yet another midnight session completed of the High On Pixels Explorations.
1972:Dub Specialist — Always Dubbing – from the album STUDIO ONE DUB VOL. 2
1988: King Tubby – Soundboy Massacre – from the album Crucial Dub
1992: Alpha and Omega – Solomon and Sheba – from the album Watch And Pray / Overstanding
1994: Painkiller – Parish Of Tama – From the album Execution Ground.
1996: The Creation Rebel – Independant Man Part 2 – from the album On-U Sound – Dub Xperience: The Dread Operators
2009: Mount Kimbie – Serged from the album Sketch On Glass
2001: Twilight Circus Dub Sound System: Fams – from the album Volcanic Dub
2001: King Jammy Meets Dry & Heavy – Harmony Dub – From the album In the Jaws Of The Tiger
2003: Gregory Isaacs – Heatwave – from the album: In Dub: Dub a de Number One
2007:Deadbeat – Melbourne Round Midnight from the album Journeyman’s Annual
2009:Kanka – Skunky – from the album Righteous Storm
2009:Demdike Stare -Haaxan Dub from the album Symbiosis
2010: Flying Lotus – Quakes – From the album IIOIO
2013: The Haxan Cloak – Dieu – from the album Excavation
2013: Forest Swords – The Weight Of Gold – From the album Engravings
Thank you for your email submittals. As stated in the broadcast. I am attempting a step into Minimalism and in doing so will be giving away random items from my studio/room. How can you win such a lucky prize? If I pick your suggested genre I will send you a random item from my room via Postal Mail.
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Here is your track guide:
1991: Coil – Disco Hospital from the album – Loves Secret Domain
1999: Alex Empire – Black Sabbath – from the album Miss Black America
2005: Venetian Snares – Twelve – from the album Infolepsy Ep
2007: DEV/Null – Goblin – from the album Lazer Trash
2008: Flying Lotus – Robertaflack (Mike Slotts other mix) from the album L.A Limited
2009: Prefuse 73 – Four reels Collide – from the album Everything She Touched Turned Ampexian
2010: The Books – Group Augentics- from the album The Way out
2010: Madlib -Tradition – from the album Beat Konducta In Africa
2011: Made In heights -Goblin Sigh (Wildflowers Instrumental) – from the album Aporia In the Streets
2012: Datacat – Santogold [datacat X tapeworm] from the album 9 Doors
2012:Fancy Mike – Hipster Crack – from the album Madison Square Gardner
2012: Shigeto – Ann Arbor Part 3 & 4 – Lineage
2012: Jai Paul- Baby Beats – from the album Jai Paul
2012: Dan Deacon – Guilford Avenue Bridge – from the album America
2012:ZongaMin – Zongamin – Bongo Song (Mr Flash Remix) – from the album No Lovie Frenchie
2013:Darkside:Golden Arrow – From the album TBA
This is the book by Rosa Menkam I quoted The Glitch Momentum
I present the High On Pixels Vol 3 Yacht Rock.
Tonights Tracks list.
197X: Dr Teeth & The Electric Mayhem Chopin
1973: ELO: Track entitled Showdown – from the album Third Day
1975: Country Comfort: Track: Make it with you from the album We are the children
1975: 10cc: Track entitled- Im not in love from the album The Original
1977: Steely Dan – from the album AJA
1977:Player” Baby Come back” from the album Baby Come Back
1993: Greenflow – I gotcha from the album Gotcha
1999:Groove Armada – Dusk you and me from the album Vertigo
2000: Handsome Boy Modeling School- Sunshine: From the importSunshine
2010: Gayngs “The Gaudy Side Of Town ” From the Live performance The Last Prom on Earth
2011: The Step Kids – Legends in my own mind from the album The Stepkids
2011: Toro Yi Moi – Divina from the album Underneath the pine
2013: Inc – The Place from the album No World
2013: Vondelpark Dracula from the album Seabed
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Tonight we bring you a tale of existentialism crafted by our talented author Mike Limatoc.
The parking was nearly barren, save for a few lonely cars parked in the stalls marked ‘Reserved Staff Only’. I could hear a siren echoing somewhere in the distance, knowing in my mind that with the course of current events, it was all to no avail. The glass sliding doors beckoned me inside as I stepped into their view. There was no one initially there to greet me, as there had been so ample a staff just a few short months back. I made my way over to the main desk in the lobby, and began to scratch my name onto the sign-in sheet on the counter. A soft feminine hand met my shoulder.
“Mr. Hawthorne, there’s no need to sign in. I’ll take you right to him.” The nurse was wearing a typical blue set of medical attire, relatively stain free of blood and what else I would expect her to be encountering on a normal basis. She led the way down a long, barren hallway, littered with bits of paper and sheets that lay crumpled across the floor. Each and every room we passed was empty, void of that normal electrical hum that you could hear from a proper room of that nature. “We’re the last hospital in the state that’s still in operation.” Her eyes were empty, staring straightforward as she spoke to me. “There doesn’t seem to be much of a point anymore, not since everything started happening. Not since, he arrived.” She finally locked gazes with me, a forlorn look taking over right when we arrived at the proper door. “You’re the first visitor here this whole month. And you’re still the only one that visits him.” I nodded at her, smiling as I left her standing alone in the hallway, closing the door of the room behind me.
The slow and steady beep of a heart monitor sounded as I entered. I had to breathe deep and control my own heart from going out of control with the fear that started to grip my bones. The same fear we all feel when we meet or experience him for the first time. I wondered when the world would ever see him again, then I turned the corner of the room and saw him myself.
He was thinner than the last time I saw him, a series of tubes and wires jutting from gaunt wrists and bone-thin arms. He was set at an angle against the bed, sitting up just slightly as to not allow any fluid to flood his lungs. Lungs. I wasn’t even sure if he had lungs. He barely skin, if you wanted to even call it that. At times, he was just a skeleton, a, jeering skull peering out from where his face should have been. At others, he was simply human. It all depended on how he wanted you to see him. But now, he just lay on the hospital bed, harsh breaths rasping forth from his mouth every few seconds. His black wings outstretched and perched open beside him, ebony feathers scattered amidst the life support machines. Now, he was just another dying man. He turned his hollow eyes to glare at me.
“There was another plane crash today,” I said under my breath, raising it only when he slowly nodded. “Somewhere in Pennsylvania. Not a single casualty. The plane itself was just a smear on some farmhouse field. Not much more to be said of all the passengers.” I tried to keep the image out of my head before the words even escaped my lips. “They were all still alive. Every one of them. Every twitching piece, every screaming severed face. The first responders tore their own ears off. They couldn’t handle the voices or the screams.”
“How long has it been?” He breathed in as he spoke, coughing out before he continued. “Since I’ve been here?”
“A month.” I had to stop myself from saying more, from remembering all that had happened in that short time to throw the entire world into turmoil. All because of this one man. If you wanted to even call him only a man. “What happens when we lose you?” There was a sound like grinding and grating stones. It was the short following breaths that made me realize he was laughing. I saw his face again like I had seen it the first time: a fleshless, leering skeletal thing that made my flesh crawl.
“Only now are you realizing how much you need me around. Isn’t it sad, that the things we discover we need are only after a time of loss?” Damn it was he right, but in a way I’d never thought anyone could be or would be ever again. We needed him. He made our daily lives worthwhile, gave us meaning where we might only struggle to find it in other places. Perhaps that’s why the world and society as a whole had crumbled in on itself without him, without him, life no longer had any purpose.
“So what happens when the world can’t take any more of this? When the old just keep getting older. When suicides go unaccomplished. When car accidents, train wrecks, terrorist attacks and wars all come up fruitless in their efforts. What happens then? What happens?” I was shouting at him. I never meant to shout. I was sick, inside and out. Sick. With guilt. He answered my emotional outburst with a single, skeletal smile.
“You tell me. And while you’re at it, don’t forget to thank the real reason for this glorious mess. Whoever it was that stole my power, he’s the cause of all this. You need me.” My stomach turned in on itself again, twisting and turning at what I’d done to the entire world. What I’d sentenced all of us to. How I’d damned all of humanity. “You’ve always needed me.” His voice trailed off into a harsh whisper, the bony jaw of his face going slack. The heart monitor ran into a steady tone.
And then and there, I watched Death die.