Thursday, October 26, 2006


...:::...there is an importance in discrete moments. in each element having an integrity (not an indentity) of it's own. not possessive... just an essence, just a feeling, just a sensation of being. in these discretions, dialogues are created through interactions.

it's not our natures, but our habits that restrict us. through choosing engagement (...of materiality, pitch alteration, beat adjustment, speed, language, dimension, direction, stroke, form...) suggested changes can be revealed. testing, testing...:::...

download: 061026-modyfier

amox & kemi – black magic : oct 2006 on mis records
amox & kemi – road to babylon (frank martiniq remix) : oct 2006 on mis records
lowtec – waste of time : sep 2006 on broque
dachshund – stressless : sep 2006 on 60sec records
max cavalerra – wasserflimmern : aug 2006 on broque
reynold – over there (donato dozzy remix) : oct 2006 on persona
capacbannark – cubirm : oct 2006 on persona
polder – cucumber : oct 2006 on remote area records
varios – multiplicanciones (tadeo remix) : oct 2006 on apne
solieb – stay high (falko brocksieper remix) : sep 2006 on maschine
munk & princess superstar – mein schatzi (dub) : sep 2006 on gomma


Anonymous jan said...

> it's not our natures, but our habits that restrict us.

maybe the ways in which we're limited by our nature are beyond what we normally see. but why do we even develop certain habits, but never others?

11:52 AM  
Blogger LOVE NEON said...

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3:34 AM  
Blogger modyfier said...

chew this: "what the young deleuze found singular in hume's empiricism is then the idea that the self is only a fiction or artifice in which, through habit, we come to believe, a sort of incorrigible illusion of living; and it is in this artifice that the self becomes fully part of nature - our nature. hume thus opens up the question of other ways of composing sensations than those of the habits of the self and the 'human nature' they suppose." - john rajchman. phew.

2:12 PM  
Blogger ForwardEver said...

>it's not our natures, but our habits that restrict us

I've noticed that my habits are addicting. Music and coffee. Perhaps I should switch to visual art and tea? Ah rubish, the withdrawl would kill me...

But I do like how you implicitly advocate for change in this post. I've noticed that the things and institutions that change the least (take religion and war for example) are the things most toxic to our world...

10:38 PM  
Anonymous kaspar_hauser said...

damn already expired, you're gettin popular girl...

8:05 AM  
Blogger modyfier said...

change, yes. with consciousness...

kaspar hauser?? like this:

2:06 PM  

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