Motion 003

Motion 003: It's The Terminal Junction The latest Motion playlist is actually an adaptation of the original Motion mix from a few years ago. I'd forgotten all about the O.G. outing before stumbling upon it about a week ago, and the general mood has fit the current drift of the Heights perfectly. All I did … Continue reading Motion 003

Geology 35

A study of routes beneath the canyon in 35 records Now we go Into The Mystic as Van Morrison might say, venturing beyond the cozy climes of Laurel Canyon and assorted outposts into the realm of the metaphysical(!). That's right, now it's time for a little (psycho)geography lesson delving into the sounds beneath the sound. … Continue reading Geology 35

Motion 001

Motion 001: Hi-Tech/No Crime Seeing as we've moved into the dog days of summer, the moment seems right to bring back the Motion series. A couple entries tumbled out of the Other99 blog (this site's precursor) back in the day, which were basically playlists to accompany long distance runs in either the early morning and … Continue reading Motion 001

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

It's a 7/20 type thang Summer in full swing, electronics in the system, the bug in the bassbin. Triggered breakbeats and rhythm boxes in full effect. Theme From Hot Burst by Yage unfolds in fractals of digital color (exclusives from Earthbeat — compilations, the art form of the 21st century). Jumpin' & Pumpin' grooves rotate on spinning … Continue reading A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Bandulu

Bandulu map the cosmos The gang who metamorphosed into a group,1 purveyors of dubbed-out techno come creeping out the caves, mystics in the firelight like Altered States. Deep space b-boys on the Black Ark tip. Percussion rolling through High Rise Heaven dub sway in the rainstorm, clouds creep like blanket cross the sky and a … Continue reading Bandulu

It is happening again…

A blog returns... Time comes that I miss writing about music, recording those thoughts as they materialize. Music is my sanctuary, and the ideas that surround it fascinate me as much as the sound itself. From production and texture to the embedded thought and theory to the surrounding social and historic context, these elements are … Continue reading It is happening again…