Tuesday, January 17, 2006

UPDATE



Firstly, the above is the Rhexis Banner thing. Therefore, you can now advertise us in Pastures New. Shut up - it's minimalist. What do you mean I've been drinking?

Secondly, I have been Away due to Life, but I have now returned and will be posting more often. Also, I have excerpts from The Project which are Fun for All the Family.

THIRDLY:[rhexisMUSIC] is proud to present: "Goblin Logic - An Album in Four Parts, by Withiel". This is a full album, two years in the making, available for free. And it's got pretty cover art and Enya covers. You know you want it.

10 Comments:

At 8:27 am, Blogger • B E N B E N E K • said...

RE: you know you want it

I dunno, maybe I'm a post-modern simpleton but when somebody (anybody) say "you know you want it" (even if that somebody/anybody is being ironic or cute) then I don't want it and never will want it

 
At 8:29 am, Blogger • B E N B E N E K • said...

substitute 'says' for 'say'

 
At 11:30 pm, Blogger Sable X. Veins said...

Yes, with him on that one Black.

Don't sell, don't even be cute, merely furnish.

 
At 11:30 pm, Blogger Sable X. Veins said...

Or her.

 
At 7:21 pm, Blogger Talyn said...

I read it as more threatening than cute...

 
At 12:41 pm, Blogger Sable X. Veins said...

Yes, but hollow threats inevitably fall afoul of the Cute stumbling block.

 
At 11:45 pm, Blogger Withiel said...

This is all true. Will attempt to avoid lame attempts at post-irony in future. Still, I hear the album's quite good as well...

 
At 12:26 am, Blogger Sable X. Veins said...

Yes, but tearing presentation to pieces is more fun.

Or, at least, more common - on the Rhexis anyway.

Redress of values, anybody?

(Yes, I am aware of the irony inherent in decrying mootable deviation with mootable deviation.)

 
At 10:49 pm, Blogger Sable X. Veins said...

Sucka my dicka!

 
At 11:43 am, Blogger Sable X. Veins said...

AND NOW FOR SOMETHINGLY COMPLETELY DIFFERENT:

A germane comment!

"The album, as a whole, coheres remarkably well, particularly for something written over such a long period of time, with no definite aim, and no re-recording. The low-fidelity style adds to rather than detracts from the addictive combination of raw energy and lyrics that bridge the crevass betwixt cultural protest and absurdity. I recommend Goblin Logic to All and Sundry."

- Sable Veins, The Rhexis

 

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