I listened to one of my old compositions this morning and decided it needed some updating, and so I created an ambient track out it. It’s actually the most complicated song that I have made to date, using over 30 patterns! If you wanna chill out, try giving this a listen, and enjoy.
I celebrated the days before Turkey Day by remixing a remix of a song (one of my only actual remixes to boot). I worked surprisingly hard on this one, and I just want all of you to enjoy this transmutated result of Zircon, Electroconductor, and me C:
(You should really check those guys out, they have really good stuff)
*planning on making a less loop based mix sometime in the future, hope you guys get stoked for it or something :U
The first episode of Doctor Who was broadcasted nearly 50 years ago, and its signal was thrown out into space in all directions. Those radio waves have been travelling through the cosmos, and will travel 50 light years by November 23, 2013. There are a few planets in this radius that are believed to have the possibility to have life on them. Here’s the scenario:
What if the first sign of our civilization to another one on of these planets was a captured broadcast of the first episode of Doctor Who? And what if the program’s popularity on Earth was replicated on that other planet, maybe even more so? There is an absolutely minute, yet completely hilarious possibility that an alien civilization has been watching Doctor Who for a few years now and loves every minute of it. Just think about it.
your dad is nice and your camp counselor had father issues
a Golden Man appears from out of nowhere and tries to kill you, and then a swarm of robots herald your victory
You die, armless and diseased, as you reflect on how easily this could have been avoided had you not taken that sweatshirt from the station wagon.
You tell your dad to go jerk off in outer space with the rest of his loser friends. Also, a tree gets planted, and that’s kind of a big deal.
There was a cake the whole time.
The asshole that’s been yelling at you is left to die in space, while your mortal enemy and captor decides that they’re tired of you and kicks you out into a field with no supplies—save for a chunk of burnt metal.
After passing through eight possible timelines, a creature of writhing flesh devours the lives you could have lived, including an those of a teenager with a demon for hair, an undead cat-burglar with an affinity for puns, and a robotic parasite that has an obsession with 1950’s cartoons. Two goddesses look upon their creation and think that it’s still a little boring, saving their game before heading off to eat dinner.
You know what’s fun? Being an English major and a cartoon fan.
I could go on, but I won’t.
EDIT: Small addition before people start taking this the wrong way. It would be incorrect to say that gender does not play into this. The fact that Steven is a boy among women does add to his being a disruptive force to their status quo. This does NOT make him representative of all men, as if to say no woman would have a complete personality without a man. He’s hardly a symbol of traditional masculinity anyway; nor the Gems traditional femininity. Symbols are simple, these characters are not, that’s the point.
Additionally, outside of Steven, the Gems seem to only interact with monsters or each other. He brings out their humanity because he’s the most human person they talk to.
Thanks peeps for pointing out the hole in my argument.