Friday, November 06, 2015

New music video

Yes!

I know you can hardly contain the excitement about my new lipstick and the badly illuminated blue screen, so please enjoy my newest release, exclusively for you, dear reader.

I actually wrote this song last year, but then I mixed myself into a mush. In the hope that I've learned some things since, I revisited this project and gave it a second try. Thought I'm still not quite happy with it (I never seem to get the vocals right), I strongly believe there's a merit to finishing up things. Also, if I have to hear this thing once again my head will implode (though at least that would set an end to the concussion symptoms and neck pain I caused myself with the hair shaking). Lesson learned: hitting your forehead against a wall isn't really pleasant. If you feel like engaging in it, you should at the very least videotape it, because that justifies just about anything stupid.

11 comments:

Tom Weidig said...

Finally a post that I hope Lubos Motl will approve of! ;-)

Phillip Helbig said...

Presumably better than fucking without your brain. :-)

Theophanes Raptis said...

Perhaps a different methodological approach would have the merit of being more profitable!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Xkvm89nCDY

Phillip Helbig said...

"Presumably better than fucking without your brain. :-)"

In which case you would be a dumb hole.

Sorry, but with a setup like this, as an incorrigible punster [temporarily wonders why The Punster was never a Batman villain] I couldn't refuse.

P aom said...

Great song! Thanks.

Uncle Al said...

Note Bee's ungerade footware. Next stop: rescuing The Big Bang Theory with a cameo.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27Sl5rrIr-g
Ya gotta do what ya gotta do.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLV0Ye2hIjk
Parameterize with a skull and crossbones.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rjbtsX7twc
A geometric Eötvös experiment renders that empirical.

In all things, viam sapientia mundi, per quam pervenitur.

Thierry Periat said...

Dou you need some help? The woman behind the serious researcher?

http://opera.stanford.edu/Mozart/Zauberflote/akt1.html

Andrew Thomas said...

Very good musically. Ooh, a bit sweary, though!

Bar said...

Wow you are amazing

Pepe said...

No hay duda, lo tuyo es la física

sshawnuff said...

Nice! Did you put more stress on every closing symmetry unit of the self-similar eight bar forms, because you knew how to do it, or because you felt it?