Magnetic waves can affect your belief in God? A place in America with no cellular waves at all? A video of a unicorn pooping ice cream? All these and more in our first Bizarre Bits!Read more "Better Thought Control via Magnetism? And Other Bizarre Bits"
Originally posted on AudioStylites:
Artist: Thy Veils Album: Live in Elisabetin Recorded live on September 28, 2014 at the Elisabetin Roman-Catholic Church in Piata Balcescu, Timisoara, Romania, this is an hour-long performance of lush and relaxing ambient / electronic / world music. It reminds me very pleasantly of Dead Can Dance what with their heavily…
So it’s after Halloween and you’re probably hung over, full of candy, and going into diabetic shock. Which means your body is starting to act up on you in horrifying ways. But don’t worry, you’re not alone. Here are other examples of the terrifying human body. Warning: the following is Not Safe for LIFE.Read more "Your Body: the Most Horrifying Place on Earth (NSFL)"
Just a quick one for today. Apparently, eating your own hair (plus hair you find on the carpet) isn’t good for your digestive system. Unless you’re a cat. But if you’re an 18-year-old teenage girl in Kyrgystan, and you get stomach pains and can’t eat or even drink. It might be because the nine-pound hairball […]Read more "Nine Pound Hairball Found in Teenager’s Stomach"
Every now and then, you come across something on the internet that makes you go: “What the hell were they smoking?” Which could mean that piece is either so bad it’s good, or so ‘out there’ it’s in outer space, or simply so inconceivable as to be brilliant. Memory Hole is all of the above.Read more "Memory Hole: Creepy Home Videos from ‘Murica"
Look, if our National Guard can’t play host to a bevy of buxom babes for a risque swimsuit calendar called Hot Shots 2015, then what the hell are we paying taxes for?Read more "The Babe Calendar that Got the Utah National Guard in Trouble"
I love creepy sound design in crazy movies. And no one does it quite like David Lynch. While it’s debatable whether he originated the technique, it’s probably safe to say that Lynch popularized the process of “darkening the mundane” through audio. Let me explain how.Read more "Lynch’s Legacy: Making the Mundane Sinister with Audio"
Originally posted on Not Your Role Model:
I am not dead and neither is this blog. It’s crunch time here at work and I only have time for a hurried post before I trudge back to the boring paper work I have piled on my desk. So for Weird Wednesdays, I give you this music…