This is a spoof documentary set in an alternative reality where work is more offensive than pornography. Some people find it funny, but it’s potentially very offensive. The humour isn’t any more shocking than what you’d find in prime-time TV like Little Britain but some people will have problems with it. So, here we go with the warning: The explicit language and adult themes in this video might be upsetting. Please don’t watch it if this might be the case.
Thanks to Tom G for making the logo which appears in the opening titles.
Day four and it’s time for something else from the recent archive. This techno/house piece, entirely created in software, still needs another layer of sound on top of it (and a title) but it’s very different from a lot of the stuff I do. It has been stewing for nearly a year and I’d appreciate comments on it from those of you who still do proper nightclubbing. Listen right now:
This is the third day of my “Art Week”: uploading a new piece of art (music or whatever else) on each of seven days, distinct from my contributions to the forthcoming ILRT Art Show. Today’s new release is a piece of moody and pensive music with spoken vocal. A truly enormous amount of software was put together to create this, along with my guitar (distortion to the max!) and hard disk recorder.