Thursday, February 21, 2013

celebrumination, an birthday

it's ok, better than 100th window i guess.


Today is Nottz' birthday.


Friday, February 15, 2013

it's ok, better than 100th window i guess.

it's ok, better than 100th window i guess.


Had a dream tonight of impressive bedlam.**

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

first, noise

. "Blinded by the Light" (BBTL) actually kicks off GFAPNJ making it the first noise

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

fuckin, uh...fuckin wacky

So she was telling me that um um Lady Day had indigestion at night &&Guy Spencer once wrote a diss song and the moral trauma nearly killed him.

Cranston Calhoun is supposed to be dead.

Sunday, February 10, 2013

black to the ab again

black to the ab again.

It's been a long time. I'll leave you whenever I damn well please.
I can't ignore the fact that Cats are talking, which is creepy.
I haven't haunted this corner of the internet in a minute. It
started as a new
start to
start with...
starting out.
A path away from creative ruts and curdled trust.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

carter for the win: new music, "victor" by artel carter prod. by dante lewis

That fresh rapscallion of Rebel-E notoriety, Artel Carter, recently dropped this gem, "Victor". You may remember me going on about Carter's aptly named Fresh EP and the video from that release, "Feel Dat". He's the real thing, as he proves again here, nimbly skipping through more killer verses with intimidating speed. It's not hard to picture him shadowboxing through these words. Dante Lewis supports him on production here, stacking up plaintive samples with a cracking, skittery beat that winds up both poignant and triumphant. Perhaps I'm using too many serious adjectives, though, as this is an infectious, boastful jam. Carter's good at those.

Monday, August 6, 2012

peculiar liner notes: "unlistenable?" by the znth (2002)

Visit to see everything and nothing of the enigma's incomplete riddle. These are the liner notes to the 2002 ablum unlistenable? Click on them to travel back in time to myspace and listen to it.

.. .. .. .. to whom it may concern: First, everyone understand I have nothing to do with that bitch's murder. I loved her, always have and always will. If we had a problem, it's because I loved her so much. Recently, we came to the understanding that for now we were not right for each other, at least for now. Despite our love we were different, and that's why we mutually agreed to go our separate ways. It was tough splitting for a second time, but we both knew it was for the best. Inside I had no doubt that in the future, we would be close as friends or more. Unlike what has been written in the press, we had a great relationship for most of our lives together, Like all long-term relationships, we had a few downs and ups. I took the heat New Year's 1989 because that's what I was supposed to do. I did not plead no contest for any other reason but to protect our privacy and was advised it would end the press hype. I don't want to belabor knocking the press, but I can't believe what is being said. Most of it is totally made up. I know you have a job to do, but as a last wish, please, please, please, leave my children in peace. Their lives will be tough enough. I want to send my love and thanks to all my friends. I'm sorry I can't name every one of you, especially the air conditioning man who came by today, thanks for being in my life. The support and friendship I received from so many: kenneth blanchard, casey spooner, roger waters, bender, tony wilson, terrell owens. I wish we had spent more time together in recent years. My golfing buddies, hoss, alan alda, molly, kirk, tom, garrison, krystie, kims, brandy, matt, johnny pemberton, thanks for the fun. All the funny people over the years, you were the soul of my pro career. I know I will never be forgotten. ahmad, I never stopped being proud of you. don't ever let them say that you ain't got no dad. marcus, you've got a great lady in catherine, don't mess it up. bobby, thanks for always being there. skip and kathy, I love you guys, without you I never would have made it through this far. thanks for the early years. we had some fun, bitches. tione, what can I say? You are special. I'm sorry we're not going to have our chance, even after leaving that mack bastard. God brought you to me since I was the littlest boy I now see. As I leave, you'll be in my thoughts. I think of my life and feel I've done most of the right things. What the outcome, people will look and point. I can't take that. I can't subject my children to that. This way they can move on and go on with their lives. Please, if I've done anything worthwhile in my life. Let my kids live in peace from you (press). I've had a good life. I'm proud of how I lived. My mama taught me to do un to other. I treated people the way I wanted to be treated. I've always tried to be up and helpful so why is this happening? I'm sorry for the Arroyo family. I know how much it hurts. Jennifer and I had a good life together. All this press talk about a rocky relationship was no more than what every long-term relationship experiences. All her friends will confirm that I have been totally loving and understanding of what she's been going through. At times I have felt like a battered husband or boyfriend but I loved her, make that clear to everyone. And I would take whatever it took to make it work. Don't feel sorry for me. I've had a great life, great friends. Please think of the real George and not this lost unlistenable person. Thanks for making my life special. I hope I helped yours. Peace and love, George Booker .. .. ....PS if you get bored and shit, GO TO CHRIS MITCHELL'S WEBSITE.. .. .. ..   

Sunday, August 5, 2012

do dew

VA brewed, entirely sincere spec commercial for mtn. dew.

Saturday, August 4, 2012

molesting the internet again (via radio ((internet stream)))

supporting local all kinds of things, now including humorous live programs like mine
A few weeks ago a quiet, albeit loud and obnoxious, milestone was reached for the good people at 757 Labs and their internet radio outlet, radio757, and the 5+ listeners at the time. They hosted their first live radio show. It is important to focus on the symbolic importance of that stream, as the actual content consisted of a few fools spewing profanity, making technical errors, insulting the state of North Carolina, getting drunkish, blathering about Battlestar Galactica, and occasionally playing songs from the automatic queue. I'd rather write that night off to a small step that is the first to a great adventure of radio757 becoming a vital live entity in Hampton Roads culture.