Plot out directions to a hole in the ground.
First close your eyes and shuffle your feet.
After you’ve tripped over one hole and then another,
which is followed by one more,
you can say with assurance “Well, well, well.”
Sunday, February 17, 2008
Friday, February 1, 2008
"Sometimes if it goes up in the right places and down in the right places, it's allright. We reference Ornette Coleman's harmolodic theory a lot. The general idea that the song is created by the interrelationship of the parts, the direction that an individual string player's parts might move up or down, but not necessarily a direct relationship. And if we hit upon something then we can work with that. And if we don't, we still feel like there's this evolving line."
FaT w0rM oF eRrOr In VaLlEy AdVoCaTe?!?!?!?