‘Nikmis and the Mystery of the Blue-Blooded Wendigo, Which Had Undergone Musk Gland Enhancement Surgery, at The Expense of €599, in Order To Achieve Success With Members of the Opposite Sex. His name were Edward, and In Life He Had Been a Trained Ventriloquist, Although He Had Never Been to The Ocean’,
or ‘Nikmis and the Mystery of the Blue-Blooded Wendigo’ for short, is Nikmis’ second full-length release on spoomusic, or anywhere for that matter! Artwork by Randy Green!
It’s hard to say exactly what goes through the mind of a genius when he sits down to create a masterpiece. Unfortunately Einstein is not around to describe how he felt when theorizing about E=MC2, and DA Vinci will never tell us how it felt to paint The Mona Lisa, but luckily for us we have Nikmis, who has repeatedly sat down to write not one, but dozens of such masterpieces, each one a complex and powerful artistic work in its own right, but at the same time an intensely personal and heart-felt engagement of the senses. If you were to ask him how creating such beautiful works of the highest of art forms feels, he probably wouldn’t be able to tell you, since of course, as bees alighting in their pursuit of nectar and ants marching forth to protect the colony, he is only doing what comes most naturally to such an awe-inspiring menage-a-trois of creative genius.
- Main Entry:
- \ˈwȯl-rəs, ˈwäl-\
- Inflected Form(s):
- plural walrus or wal·rus·es
- Dutch, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Danish & Norwegian hvalros walrus, Old Norse rosmhvalr
: a large gregarious marine mammal (Odobenus rosmarus of the family Odobenidae) of arctic waters that is related to the seals and has long ivory tusks, a tough wrinkled hide, and stiff whiskers and that feeds mainly on bivalve mollusks
Hasse B Loves U Dearly.
Second Act Overture, having worked with music for several years, now has his first official release. The “Ode To Strings” EP is a combination of classical elements and modern electronica that’s chill and relaxed. From the strings of “Ficelles (Avec Finale)” and “Entr’acte” to the distorted sounds of “Sonnet To _____” to the samples of classic fairytales in “Soundtrack To A Fairytale Romance” this release is sure to please and fulfill. Download, enjoy, and connect with Second Act Overture to keep in touch about new releases and new merch.
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“Wrinkles” is a concept album that flows like mystic nectar from the auto-juicer of the infinite soul. It’s profound notes and intelligent drums eat pork-pie-monkey-farts in the movie-ephemera universality of genius. A farcical medley of song, dance, monkey, and the lost art of microphone mic-ing. Pumpkin Pie was quoted as saying, “Wrinkles, eh? I approve, whole-heartedly. Bring me the insulation!” (more…)
Album art by Acampante.
BLEEP BLEEP BLOOP! This album represents the work of many spoomusic.com artists and a bunch of great guests. We’re so excited to have the opportunity to present these songs to you that we have had our index fingers surgically replaced with MP3 players (bluetooth-enabled).
This disc packs more punch than Hi-C and more slice than Ginsu! ANgR. MgMT. returns to spoomusic.com with a full blown assault of glitch shrapnel and slammin’ techno beats that will have you doing the robot before you even get your neural implants installed. Ten glorious tracks of head-crumpling beats and complicated, stark melodies.
Album art by 14113.
A disc caught between pulsing ambience and crisp trip-hop beats, The North pushes us through a pinhole in the sky that leads us to another reality. Beautiful textured melodies, swirls of colorful ambience, and just enough beats to make this short-but-sweet E.P. into a perfect daydream. This is the first release by Bristol on spoomusic.com, and it is our joy to present The North to you here.
This being my first release, my aim with this record is to do something slightly different in electronic music. This is indeed a bold statement considering this genre is built firmly on a foundation of avant garde experimentation. Ironically, my approach is to compose my music using somewhat traditional methods. I try to incorporate music theory from classical music, hungarian folk, and modern jazz, because those are the roots of my formal music education. Whenever possible I employ polyrhythm, chordal dissonance, and odd time signatures frequently to create a sense of depth. (more…)