Items tagged with: unix_surrealism
'run whatever you want, what do I care...'
Despite its lackluster expression, intuitively you feel the angel has a preference, but you don't know what it is.
You're not sure who's side the monochrome divinity is on, but you hope it is the one you're on.
#lo0: 'a bit too far'
Following the success of the crowdfunded 'Made into Interlisp', lo0 followed up with what has since been dubbed the 'black bit album', breaching into the cyber-post-punk territory with an unforgiving anti-Mata sentiment.
The album featured a collaboration with Sev Gi, a sentient Pentium-M machine from the band 'Your trash' that provided vocals on track 7, Ballad of Computar Fyr, a musical retelling of the popupar myth.
Hi. I am a surrealist.
Surrealism in the machine age is the process of creating hardware, software and art without the constraints of corporate guidelines and the appeal to the popular. It is the act of becoming an extension to the universal will to create indiscriminately. The output mirrors the state of the world and often allows one to construct ideas they wouldn't allow themselves to do otherwise.
Make the machine your companion, not a tool to be replaced.