Saturday, October 28, 2006

Future Genetics Mix

Check out my latest incredibly amazing mix. Click on the image to download or click here (192kbps Mp3)


1. Verse - Sleepless (Renegade)
2. Danny Howells & Dick Trevor feat. Erire - Breathe (Pacific's Vocal Drum&Bass Mix) (Cr2)
3. Easyrollers - Caister (Intercom)
4.Total Science - Badger Eyes (Hospital)
5. Blaze feat. Barbara Tucker - Most Precious Love (High Contrast Remix) (Defected)
6. D Region - The Way it Feels (Furious)
7. Syncopix - 8-bit Blues (Hospital)
8. D Region - Cry Baby (Furious)
9. DJ Andy Milkrob - Main Line (Emotif)
10. Kabuki - Trailblazer (Liquid V)
11. Sketch & Code - Everybody (Sinewave)
12. Total Science - Millenium Lady (Bingo Beats)
13. Danny Byrd - Fresh 89 (Hospital)
14. Logistics - Never Ending Story (Hospital)
15. SKC & Bratwa - Heart of Love (Hospital)
16. Basic Operations - The Great Breakaway (Soundtrax)
17. DJ Marky & XRS - Moments of Lust (Makato Remix) (Innerground)
18. ES9 - Free Your Mind (D-Bridge Remix) (06S)
19. Rollin B - Heatwaves (Form)
20. Funk n' Flex - Flow With Me (Defunked)
21. Jagged Edge - Rock Baby (Stress Level & TC1 Remix) (Liquid V)
22. Blue Mar Ten - Black Water (Exceptional)

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

My two biggest heroes in the world (Richard Dawkins & Stephen Cobert), togeather at the same table for a "debate"

Monday, October 23, 2006

December 5th, the greatest season yet. Also, starting tuesday, oct 24th, you can check out a preview of season six by going here.

Friday, October 20, 2006

I've decided to post links to mixes every now and again. This one is from a very fine drum&bass producer called Psidream. This is his February 2006 Studio Mix

Download Mp3

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Work today was very short and I hope I'm not in danger of going broke. Short as it was, I had 2 awful encounters. The first was with a crackhead 15 year old girl. How did I know she was a crackhead? I've known a few crackheads in my time. The first thing that gave it away was how she was acting crazy like Tony Montana. You know, "fuck you, I'm entitled to everything I see...". Second was her voice. From what I understand, snorting cocaine...even enough of it over a short period of time-erodes the walls of your nostrils and fucks up your sinuses. This girl sounded like someone had stuffed wads of peanut butter up the back of her nose and lit the front of her nasal passages on fire. Like someone with a cold on their deathbed who also got their face beat in like what Ed Norton did to Jerod Leto in Fight Club. The point of this? Just to illustrate what shit I think some people are. I'm not sure if I'm aggravated at her for being fucked up, or at whoever raised her for putting more people like that into the world. I've got some tolerance for people who are drug addicts and who are trying to get better. I've got no tolerance for girls like her who show up on Oprah and says she's gonna do whatever the fuck she wants. I probably should. I probably should have an attitude of wanting to help youth before it's too late and all that, but for some reason when I see a teenager like that I just feel contempt. Again, for them, and for whoever raised them. Maybe it's because I was surrounded by people like that in highschool and they were all assholes to me. Say what you will about comic books being stupid, but they kept me away from a lot of bad shit growing up. Having something to distract me was very much a good thing. I seriously think kids should be introduced to art and music a lot more and a younger age. I think that, along with emphasizing the importance of education, would do a lot to curb teenage drug use. I don't think those are the only factors involved, but the thing is, those are factors we can control. We can't always control what they're shitty parents are telling them. We can't always control what friends they have or the places they hang out. A lot of kids when they get the whole "school sucks" notion, through no direct intention of their own, end up drinking first usually, then use drugs. I know how it is, the more and more it's around, the less of a big deal it seems like. Something as simple as comic books, or drawing, or painting, or singing, can give a kid something to fall back on when they get those "school sucks" notions, as believe me, I did. Another bit of advice should be this: Limit how much time a teenager can talk in a day somehow. I don't mean talk on the phone, I mean talk period. It seems like a lot of teenage stupidity stems from them talking to one another. Also, limit how much their parents can say to them, that way when they can speak, they'll make damn sure it's something important or intelligent.

My other encounter today was with a pile of dog shit. Everyone steps in dog shit every now and again and if this were just an ordinary dog-shit incident, I probably wouldn't even mention it. But this wasn't your everyday dog-shit encounter, this encounter happened in the refridgerator isle of Best Buy. Why was there dog shit in an isle at Best Buy? I have no answer for that, but it happened. And I had to wait 10 minutes standing in one shoe while one of the sales people took my shoe in the back and cleaned it off. This didn't look like someone brought it in from outside and it got on the floor, it looked like a dog took a shit by the Kenmores. I'm really hoping it was a dog.

One last thing, The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman is the best damn comic out right now. I don't care if you don't like comic books and don't like Zombies, go to Borders (or other chain book store) and pick up one of the collected paperbacks.

"How many hours are in a day when you don't spend half of them watching television? When is the last time any of us REALLY worked to get something that we wanted? How long has it been since any of us really NEEDED something that we WANTED?

The world we knew is gone.

The world of commerce and frivolous necessity has been replaced by a world of survival and responsibility. An epidemic of apocalyptic proportions has swept the globe causing the dead to rise and feed on the living. In a matter of months society has crumbled, no government, no grocery stores, no mail delivery, no cable TV.

In a world ruled by the dead, we are forced to finally start living."

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

There was this thing crawling around inside of our bedroom wall last night, needless to say I havn't gotten much sleep, and I want to kill something.

Friday, October 13, 2006

The last couple of days I've spent a little time making a round of improvements to the layout. I think they're neat.

Thursday, October 12, 2006

The wind is blowing violently outside and it's unselttling. Here are some pics from my trip up north.

Thursday, October 05, 2006

More Fight School video. Officially Fight School Show #1...And why would we take the time to shoot and record an opening for what is ultimately pointless footage? I have no good answer for you.

Watch the youtube version below or download an iPod friendly version (Quicktime) by clicking here (right click, select "Save-As").

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Usually I have something or another on my mind. But as of right now everything is going ok. Ashley and I are spending the weekend up north by ourselves, I've got a computer job locked down for the end of the month, and the damn Solar Flare flyers finally came in. So I'm ok today.