I choose Music above all else


I chose to be born into this dimension, to highlight the groovy and sensual music notes of yester-year, today, and hopefully tomorrow. I want to be a goodwill music ambassador until the day i die. I want to continually turn friends onto new bands that will hopefully open their minds in positive and impactful ways. Then there’s the hope that they’ll also start to turn on their friends to what kind of music they’re currently into and this model of paying it musically forward will continue infinitely. 90 percent of my Facebook posts consist of praising a new band I recently discovered, sharing music videos in general, or posting some of my original music. Its the last portal of truth to exist in an overly jaded, paranoid, politically correct, corporate/fascist reality.


When we’re faced with the prospect of a never ending Orwellian Wartime Scenario, the comforting warmth of Hendrix on vinyl, Thom Yorke through a nice pair of headphones, or Funkadelic wherever, all become trusty allies towards ones sanity. A healthy, productive, and soul enriching escape. And when engaged in the act of writing music, that singular act is all that matters in that moment. Rumors of Wars, Ebola, and political theater, are all immediately dumped into the darkness of some desolate and meaningless corner of my left brain.

Yoko, just “let it be” – “yes is the answer” and all the rest


Seems like Yoko Ono’s famous controlling demeanor crept up again, via the new rock band beatles.

I also had a great idea for up and coming bands. Or I guess this would be aimed towards bands with a lot of money growing up. What a great promotional tool Rockband would be for an up and coming band. Instead of selling your CD at concerts you could just sell your bands songs in a rock band format…allowing your fans to interact with your likeness. I’d say in about 5 years from now the cost of doing this may become more feasible.

Take it as some kind of prediction though. The major acts are entering the fold of virtual representation, so naturally its only a matter of time before smaller acts follow suit.

“Why would you want to pay 75 bucks to see BrainChild at the Mcdonalds Center?”

“You’re right they just released their new album through rock band. Let’s just sit back and experience them digitally”

“Hell ya!”

—–So goes the live show. Kind of an extreme statement, but better living through Binary Code?