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December 12, 2011 at 10:51 pm #2984
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Naw, I’m perfectly fine with being a boy. Although, if I could be in someone else’s body for a day…

If you live in the US, what’s your opinion on PIPA and SOPA?

December 13, 2011 at 1:39 am #2985
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Dire Hit

Kill it with fire and holy water. Because a law that breaks the Internet is not something I would like.

Can someone be my LSDJ tutor?

December 14, 2011 at 12:46 pm #3000
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What sort of tutoring do you need?

Soda or pop?

December 14, 2011 at 4:27 pm #3006
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hemorrhage caustic soda.

fave – nonchip – genre of music?

December 14, 2011 at 4:39 pm #3008
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80′s disco loli music and Indie elctro pop I guess would be a fair enough answer. Also enjoy some classic rock ‘n’ roll like The Doors and Pinkfloyd. Tough question though. Is “well produced and catchy music” considered a genre?!

If you could pick one celebrity to have sex with, who would you pick and why?

December 17, 2011 at 12:30 am #3067
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Alison Brie. Because she’s, like, the whole package. Pretty, funny, hot, and smart.

Any thoughts on banksy? Invader? Shepard? Street art in general?

December 17, 2011 at 12:34 am #3068
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Dire Hit

Cool, but not something i would try. Are you watching this or are you dumb?

December 17, 2011 at 9:35 am #3069
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This video is private. :-/

Can I break protocol because I wanted to answer the street art so succintly?:

What street art is exactly is a big discussion about vandalism vs artistic merit. Banksy is now part of the artistic elite and has his own PR department. A team of people to handle his publicity. Is he exactly some kind of midnight artist of the underground when middle-class people hang his prints on the wall and have a copy of his book on the coffee table. As he has abandoned his own artistic skills to build sculptures and stencil things does this make him less ‘valid’? No, but it does mean he has a pedestal to stand upon. I read an article in the newspaper. On page 3 it said ‘vandal killed on train tracks’ regarding a young boy being hit by a train when he was out bombing trains with paint. Page 7? ‘The artist Bansky’ – it’s not his fault. Some people just don’t feel like freezing their nuts off in a train yard if there is a higher demand elsewhere for their efforts. Personally, I think any graffiti, stenciling, paperwork or ‘installations’ are all on the same line. Even tagging is an expression. I think anything that is produced has artistic merit and if it is thought provoking, it’s art. However, socially, the majority decides on what is or isn’t. If I take a poo and put a label on it saying ‘Mikee dump, fecal matter, 2011′ doesn’t make it art unless society embraces it.

The argument for circumcision?

December 17, 2011 at 11:10 pm #3071
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and to answer your question Mikee –

do you have a fave item of clothing, if so, what is it & why is it your fave.

December 18, 2011 at 4:46 am #3073
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Dire Hit

My pokemon league expo hat.

Why are you people so wonderful?

December 18, 2011 at 11:41 am #3074
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Because NoiChan is a small town where everybody knows each other.

What’s something special about your town?

December 22, 2011 at 2:56 pm #3214
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A Saturn V rocket is visible from most parts of town.

You have the chance to become invisible for one day. What do you do?

December 22, 2011 at 6:21 pm #3217
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Think “this is fucking sweet, time to rob a bank!” and subsequently get ran over when crossing the road by a 16 wheeler.

He who would cross the Bridge of Death
Must answer me
These questions three
Ere the other side he see.

What…is your name?
What…is your quest?
What…is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?

December 23, 2011 at 2:10 am #3227
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Dire Hit


I may be skipping a question to answer, but this is a question I have waited a long time for someone to ask me.

I fly to France, and visit a large park with multiple people in a crowd. I find a mime. I propel this street performer to sudden popularity by beating him up until the crowd goes wild.

And my name is LEEROoOy JENKINS.

I prefer not to answer the other questions.

Oh deep though, what is the answer to life, the universe, and everything?

December 23, 2011 at 12:46 pm #3234
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fires @aegissystems off the bridge of death for failing to notice one the more blatant referencesI have used – but w/e =P

“Oh deep though, what is the answer to life, the universe, and everything?”
easy – 42

what/who musicaly has been your choice of 2011, dosnt have to be from 2011 – personly I have been bigging up “Odiusembowel – Vomit Sucking Cunt Lips”.

December 23, 2011 at 2:37 pm #3236
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Autechre- Everything in their catalog

Is IDM boring to you?

December 23, 2011 at 3:23 pm #3237
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no but personly after almost 10 years of listening to it – it has lost alot of its wow factor.
for a roughly 20 y/o genre it centanly had an impact though as well as influence – bands like 65daysofstatic were an intresting off shoot.
I think personaly its influence on filth/breakcore it my personal fave ( dont get me wrong, im cornish aphex is our patron saint) but Vsnares is still one of my fave artists out there! His albums “Hospitality” & “Cavalcade Of Glee And Dadaist Happy Hardcore Pom Poms ” are prime examples of IDMs influence but if you want a real special listen to what a combination of influence can do, I highly recommend “Rossz Csillag Alatt Sz├╝letett” also by Vsnares – its lush I will post a link to one of the songs “Szamar Madar” to give you a taster>

so in summery – no.

that being said – what genre do you draw the most influence from personly, and dont give me the “I draw from lots” or “deffining music by genre is XXX” bullcrap – everyone has one.

PS-autechre are awesome.

December 23, 2011 at 3:57 pm #3239
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Honestly, probably ornate, modular pop. Like high 60s pop (Beatles, Beach Boys, etc.) I like how a song like “Good Vibrations” is really made up of modular sections that are sort of stitched together. You see that sort of thing in “Indie” rock too. (And They Might Be Giants often does that well.) Sectional songs with strong melodies, I guess.
Er, if I’m making sense.

Quirky pop/rock. Yeah. Except I like jazz chords, but whatever.

What genre do YOU draw the most inspiration from?

December 23, 2011 at 4:29 pm #3240
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~noise my friend noise~

I devour Static.

alot of extream music salts the wound – noise (from mistuned radio statioins to methodicly planed free form jazz), concrete,break/shitcore, doom, dark ambient, punk (from DK to the Locust) grind,goregrind, found sound and other treats.

But to answer the question Noise is the genre that drives/inspires me the most – more toward the sporadic & aggressive side interspliced with more droney elements.

I think a big part of why I find it the most worthy of drawing from is because it is highly open to interpritation – to some, it sounds like art. to others, like trash.
it is defo subjective.

What is your favorite colour, and if you had the ability – would you have a robot arm cased in cheap plastic of that very same coloour – explain.

December 24, 2011 at 11:31 pm #3250
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@mikeeteevee I completely agree. Art’s what you make of it. It’s not about aesthetics it’s about the concepts or even lack of concepts being expressed, and even THAT could change from viewer to viewer. I’d heard about that kid who got hit…so tragic. What an awful way to die.

In personal opinion I just find street art much more interesting and visceral than traditional art. The world is their canvas.
However when they’re putting their lives in jeopardy to do it, they’ve crossed the line.

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