Taking it to the ’90s on this mix with analog crunchiness and irresistible grooves. I feel like these older tunes have a stripped-down feel compared to modern stuff. A little more intimate, like you can almost stick your fingers in between the samples of “Anytime.” Or is that just me? So many
Spoiler alert: this is by no means a full-on Detroit techno mix. Instead, think of this as more of an appreciation mix. I love the sounds, that nasty, in-your-face funk 🙂 It begins and ends with Detroit techno elements. In the middle, it’s pretty modern techno and drum tracks. I think it starts
Love might then be seen as an action, and in relation to the capitalist state, one that is distinctly different from an exchange relation. Love is not a matter of possession or acquiescence in the capitalist mode, but instead, a simultaneously liberatory and remissive act.
In X-Risk by Thomas Moynihan, Moynihan makes the claim that historical precedent of the apocalypse has a much different history than that of extinction, despite the fact they have been conflated to stand for a similar psychological phenomena in recent times. Moynihan makes the clear distinction: "In
I’m wondering if there is a way of tricking you into listening to my mix. The obvious is music is a form of therapy. And this is a lot of good music so you’re getting bang for your buck. It’s also the holidays so be nice to me plz. Hot and juicy for your dancing […]
Cleo Knickerbocker is a musician that grew up in St. Paul Minnesota but has lived in Portland, Oregon for the past 3 years. Trained as a jazz pianist, she now composes folky/indie rock tunes as a pallet cleanser from her years of jazz studies. Her current music project is Willernie, focusing on song