Sunday streaming - Zelda II 100% NMG practice and PB attempts! Come chill with me ^-^
Here's the tracklist and notes for this week's Movement Through Thought:
130 BPM #electro , running through some old (and new) favorites. Tracks by Anthony Rother, Boris Divider, Ectomorph, Mandroid, Pamétex, Psylocity, Scape One, Umwelt...
I found this interview with Pamétex while researching show notes today. I thought he was super reclusive, so it surprised me to find anything about him on the web. It's a good interview.
hey if Parasite got yall hungry for more korean film, the Korean Film Archive has a youtube channel with over 200 free subtitled movies
I spent some time in therapy when I was a kid. On my first visit to a new psychologist or psychiatrist they would always recommend lifestyle changes - diet, exercise, etc. .
I'm very lucky that, 25 years later, the healthy lifestyle stuff has started to work for me. It takes effort, it's real easy to slip back into bad habits. But. I feel much better with regular exercise, adequate sleep, a vegan diet, and so on. Much less anxious and depressed.
Just now got around to posting the tracklist for last week's MTT. Here it is:
Fast electro. Includes a couple new tracks by Adam Jay, Aloka, and MANASYt. Plus a few old favorites by Luke Eargoggle and MAS 2008.
Writing is hard.
A flu infected version of Dally Rhythms will be happening in 7ish minutes on anonradio.net. I'll be in com ready to chat.
Pixel #art source versus how it actually looked like on an arcade, television and early home computer CRTs.
90's PC displays had sharper pixels but still had a mild anti-aliasing effect that should not be ignored in emulation.
Note how the CRT hardware anti-aliasing effect creates the detail of a face on the skeleton's shield, where as the source looks like an incoherent blob of pixels - this was because the artist purposely designed the sprites for the final CRT render.
Sunday streaming - Zelda II pb attempts! Come chill with me ^-^
This is apparently Zoot's last time doing Quake commentary for a while, too. End of an era. I think he started with the LevelupTV crew 8 or 9 years ago...
Tomb Raider: Chronicles Disassembly translated to C source code.
I finished reading "Agency", Gibson's new book, this morning. Really enjoyed it.
It feels like the middle book of one of his trilogies. There's at least one major question left unanswered in both "The Peripheral" and "Agency".
It's a 400 page book with 109 chapters, which was noticeable. I wonder when he started doing that... "Pattern Recognition", I think.
Movement Through Thought on #aNONradio starts in 30 minutes at its regularly scheduled time of Friday 06:00 UTC. (That's 10 PM Thursday pacific time).
~140 BPM fast #electro tonight. I'll be featuring tracks by Adam Jay, Luke Eargoggle, MANASYt, MAS 2008, and Scape One.
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Tracklist for last week's Movement Through Thought:
~100 BPM techno, IDM, and hip-hop-y beats. Features tracks by Boards Of Canada, Lionrock, Mikron, Takeshi Muto, Tipper, T.Power, and more. Even got some MF Doom in there.
DJ. "Movement Through Thought" on http://aNONradio.net . "Logical Aggression" every last Wednesday at Ground Kontrol in PDX. He/Him.
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