Because any day I hear a new Liquid Stranger track is a good day…

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Like any other Ott releases, definitely worth the dubs!

Listen/purchase: Live At Gnomelandia by Ott

Additionally the disclosure, or threat of disclosure, is designed to influence a government and is made for the purpose of promoting a political or ideological cause. This therefore falls within the definition of terrorism.

The last time these guys put a record out, I was stuck to it for months. Worried and excited about this new one. (Also: geometrical symbols as satanism, what’s up with that? I’m looking at you, Youtube comments!)

The Glitch Mob - Can’t Kill Us (by The Glitch Mob)

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This would make the perfect vessel for a visually transmitted brain disease.
dangoldman:

I don’t know what this is but I’ve been staring at it for seven minutes.

This would make the perfect vessel for a visually transmitted brain disease.

dangoldman:

I don’t know what this is but I’ve been staring at it for seven minutes.

(Source: godsfromhell)

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Best version yet!

Space Oddity (ft. Chris Hadfield and Glove and Boots) (by Glove and Boots)

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Maybe the first game in history starring a giant cockroach?
(via the Franz Kafka Videogame • official site: New screenshots)

Maybe the first game in history starring a giant cockroach?

(via the Franz Kafka Videogame • official site: New screenshots)

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Currently in the Audiozobe jukebox - best album of the year so far!

Currently in the Audiozobe jukebox - best album of the year so far!

Much of the rhetoric about curbing American spying has focused on domestic surveillance, and the right of Americans to be free from warrantless, suspicionless surveillance from their government. But there’s a lot of us who aren’t Americans and don’t live in America and we deserve to be free, too.

I didn’t know about this work from Bilal.
“Enki Bilal went to the Louvre… There, he photographed hundreds of the museum’s treasures, often from original vantage points and unusual perspectives. He chose 23 of the resulting photographs, and printed them on canvases measuring 50 x 60 cm. And finally, on each of those 23 prints, with acrylic and pastel… he summoned up a ghost.”

Now I want this book desperately!
(via Art For Art’s Sake - Forbidden Planet Blog)

I didn’t know about this work from Bilal.

Enki Bilal went to the Louvre… There, he photographed hundreds of the museum’s treasures, often from original vantage points and unusual perspectives. He chose 23 of the resulting photographs, and printed them on canvases measuring 50 x 60 cm. And finally, on each of those 23 prints, with acrylic and pastel… he summoned up a ghost.”

Now I want this book desperately!

(via Art For Art’s Sake - Forbidden Planet Blog)

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Unfortunately, most science in Canada is bad science, and needs to be scrapped. Research into the effect of lead bullets and shot? Scrap it! Fisheries libraries with irreplaceable documents (…)? Scrap them! Protection for endangered freshwater fish? Scrap it! A program that has greatly reduced heroin overdoses on the Downtown East Side? Better try to scrap that! Doctors trying to reduce heroin dependency using prescription heroin? Scrap it! The UN Drought Convention? Scrap it!

Science, shame and Canada - a match made in conservative heaven…

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