My homie Pablo came to me late and asked for a sexy girl in a polka dot bikini. How could I refuse him?
I’ve had a few different projects while at Otis that featured busty women. I was always so shit at making girls so I always wanted them to be as feminine as possible. The punchline is that whenever I did a project, everyone suddenly had so many comments on critiques and how she should look. Always thought that was fun and funny.
1)this may be the arrogant bastard talking, be it myself or this viscous beer by stone, but the fact that Community might make it to #sixseasonsandamovie is crazy. imagine if nbc let them do a sixth season and then they did a crowd funded movie. that should would blow up. i’d drop like at least $150 on that.
2) i can’t wait to get my own pad. or better yet, open-air bedroom/loft. i can have my friends from norcal come and visit me and i can have people over whenever i want. i can walk around naked and/or exercise in the house. i want a condo and it’s sad that the realistic goal for it is to set up a high-end bar with mirrors and LED shelves for the liquor and a wall mounted, always chilled keg of homebrew beer while the idea of a soundproofed area for drums is too much.
Con Hour 15
Hey you. Welcome to the fifteenth installment of Vincent’s Condescension Hour. This is a god damn solid list and February has been a great month for finding older records and listening to my anticipated releases. These are some records that I found lately and I feel obligated to share with you:
1) Helm’s Alee’s “Sleepwalking Sailors” - Post-Rock/Sludge (2014, Sargent House)
2) Joie De Vivre’s and Prawn’s “Split” - Emo/Indie-Rock/Post-Rock (2014, Topshelf Records)
3) Milan’s “Glassy Eyes - EP” - “Future Soul” (2014, Self-Released)
4) The Hotelier’s “Home, Like Noplace Is There” - Emo/Indie/Punk (2014, Tiny Engines)
5) Schoolboy Q’s “Oxymoron” - Hip-Hop/Rap (2014, TDE / Interscope)
Bands like Traitors and Black Tongue, are the equivalent of “ignorant rap” to me. It’s just fun music; lighthearted and not to taken too seriously. Traitor’s S/T EP was a lot of fun. Worth a mention, but not making the list.
I saved my thesis by deleting it.
Good news or bad news first? Bad news is that I love everything I had from the last semester in concerns to my thesis project. Everything including my PSD’s, AI’s, motion test, presentations, etc. I blame it on myself. I had two folders labeled thesis that were completely different and I saved one over the other.
The good news is that before realizing my grave mistake, I had already decided to rebranded, revamped, and reconstructed my thesis. The story, the tone, the idea is all the same but the execution is wildly different, all of which is in my favor.
Good riddance, eh? Another post later about what I’ve learned thus far.
Con Hour 14
1) Eric Harland’s “Voyager - Live By Night” - Contemporary Jazz (2011, Sunnyside Communication)
2) Kye Kye’s “Fantasize” - Indie/Electronic/Alternative/Organic (2014, self-released)
3) Ulcerate’s “Vermis” - Technical Death Metal (2013, Relapse Records)
4) The Hotel Year’s (now known as The Hotelier) “It Never Goes Out” - Emo Revival (2011, Self-Released)
5) Modern Baseball’s “You’re Gonna Miss It All” - Emo/Indie/Pop-Punk (2014, Run For Cover Records)
the new of mice & men was really fun; nu-metal has the strangest part of my heart. and jesus god, how is Neck Deep projected to be the next big thing for the world of pop-punk! I can’t even try to listen to their record; it’s the most derivative music I’ve heard in so long. And I think The Hotelier’s name change is equally brilliant and hilarious.
pt i of a personal project that i’m going force my instructors at school to let me use as a homework assignment.
Almost a month late but just found this beautiful rendition of “Noel” by Kye Kye, an artist that is exciting me.
Con Hour 13
1) Modern Day Babylon’s “Travelers” - Progressive Metal/Instrumental/”Djent” (2013, Self-Released)
2) You Blew It!’s “Keep Doing What You’re Doing” - Emo/Indie/Punk (2014, Top Shelf Records)
3) Frontierer’s “The Collapse” - Deathcore/Mathcore/Metal (2013, self-released)
4) Yo-Yo Ma’s “Soul of the Tango: The Music of Astor Piazzolla” - Classical/Tango (1997, Sony BMG Music Entertainment)
5) Periphery’s “Clear EP” - Progressive Metal/Technical Metal/”Djent” (2014, Sumerian Records/Century Media Records)
I would like to thank Wendy Wong, a student and friend of mine, for the Yo-Yo Ma record as a gift to me. It was a very thoughtful and specific gift, two things a person does not see often.