Saturday, February 28, 2009
That's Right, check out the latest HMK Mystery Stream Podcast, IF: Irregular Frequency Episode 103.
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Captured from the continual mystery stream discovered in the fall of 1961, our mission is to post 60+ minute fragments, as frequently or infrequently as possible, from this not too distant satellite of unknown origion presumed to be located somewhere near the dark side of the moon.
Here's some of what you can expect: Haze-laden static free audio explorations featuring snippets of vaguely familiar audio clues to both your past and future, along with intriguing whispered transmissions of promise via an experimental format known as iF: Irregular Frequency.
Relax and clear your mind. Consider the HMK Mystery Stream as your own personal soundtrack experiment - your personal out-of-body, in-flight entertainment for the next sixty minutes of you life.
The seemingly random sonic segues and hand selected audio transmissions are designed to expedite your personal escape to your own alternative reality. Moving in stereo, in our continuing attempt to gain a more clear and deeper understanding of the infinite concept of space and time fueled by the atmospheric vibrations and soundscapes known as The HMK Mystery Stream.
One can only listen, dream, imagine and repeat whenever possible. As your landscape, mood and sense of reality change, so changes the impact, meaning and relevance of your soundtrack.
Well folks, the captain has turned on the Fresh Coffee sign. Please put your headphones on and prepare for lift off... Roger that... Go with bottle up... Remember: Nothing Is Real Until It Is Shared.
As always your comments are always welcome and appreciated.
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Make It Louder!
Very nice work from the smart folks down-under at M|A|S|H in Australia.
This limited edition wine represents the best of the Small Gully range and a wine personally developed by the mysterious Mr. Black AKA Stephen Black. The concept was to produce a simple hand written, almost home made package, as if the wine maker had scratched the details of the wine into the bottle himself.
A beautiful imported glass bottle was chosen that Mash then had laser etched. The words actually cut into the surface of the glass giving a great tactile and very raw feel. Something that screen printing could not achieve. The result was a cross between contemporary luxury and personalized roughness.
Makes me thirsty...
Gracias to Joachim Baan at Anothercompany.