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2. 91-How to Get Yourself "Out There" and Stand Out in The Natural Health Space with Dr. Andra Campitelli

91-How to Get Yourself

Welcome to episode 91 of the Healthpreneur Podcast! Today, I’m chatting with Dr. Andra Campitelli about all things entrepreneurial naturopath (because you’ve got to be both!), and some things that are not so naturopathic – like Sour Jujubes and snuggling up next to your laptop. She says it best: “Life is meant to be lived and enjoyed.”    Dr. Andi is a leading naturopath, media expert, educator, writer, and speaker, and she is well-received by clients for her practical, evidence-based, and down-to-earth care.  She is the CEO, co-founder, and formulator of Plan C, a supplement produced because, well, no one likes a hangover.    Tune in to hear Dr. Andi and I discuss how she has used public speaking to grow her business and establish her brand. She gives great insight on the need to redefine what “failure” means as an entrepreneur, and gives invaluable advice for those who are feeling uninspired or who aren’t seeing the results they want in their business. This is an excellent listen for Healthpreneurs who want to boost their client’s results and their business in the process.    In this episode, Andra and I discuss:  The work it takes to launch a business.   Redefining failure.   The need to protect yourself.  Public speaking to build your business.   Giving your clients what they need, not what you want.     4:00 11:00 – How public speaking and connecting with others has benefited her business   11:00 –15:00 - Failure, being persistent, knowing your passion, and kindly protecting yourself  15:00 – 19:00 - What sets apart a successful practitioner and how to brand-build in the space  19:00 – 25:00 - Plan C Hangover Cure and how Andra works with her clients to get them results  25:00 – The Rapid Five 

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4. #AskAnAstronaut - How long did it take to get to the space station?

#AskAnAstronaut - How long did it take to get to the space station?

Living Paintings library members and supporters put their questions to ESA astronaut Tim Peake! #AskAnAstronaut

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5. Arturo O'Farrill - How To Get Started: Ralph Lemon and Arturo O'Farrill

Arturo O'Farrill - How To Get Started: Ralph Lemon and Arturo O'Farrill

Dancer/writer/visual artist/conceptualist Ralph Lemon and Grammy Award-winning Founder and Artistic Director of the Afro Latin Jazz AllianceArturo O'Farrill share this evening of spontaneous thinking as they performHow to Get Started. Following their performances, they engage in conversation with Symphony Space Artistic Director Laura Kaminsky.

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6. Conversation - How To Get Started: Ralph Lemon and Arturo O'Farrill

Conversation - How To Get Started: Ralph Lemon and Arturo O'Farrill

Dancer/writer/visual artist/conceptualist Ralph Lemon and Grammy Award-winning Founder and Artistic Director of the Afro Latin Jazz AllianceArturo O'Farrill share this evening of spontaneous thinking as they performHow to Get Started. Following their performances, they engage in conversation with Symphony Space Artistic Director Laura Kaminsky.

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7. Introduction - How To Get Started: Ralph Lemon and Arturo O'Farrill

Introduction - How To Get Started: Ralph Lemon and Arturo O'Farrill

Dancer/writer/visual artist/conceptualist Ralph Lemon and Grammy Award-winning Founder and Artistic Director of the Afro Latin Jazz AllianceArturo O'Farrill share this evening of spontaneous thinking as they performHow to Get Started. Following their performances, they engage in conversation with Symphony Space Artistic Director Laura Kaminsky.

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8. Ralph Lemon - How To Get Started: Ralph Lemon and Arturo O'Farrill

Ralph Lemon - How To Get Started: Ralph Lemon and Arturo O'Farrill

Dancer/writer/visual artist/conceptualist Ralph Lemon and Grammy Award-winning Founder and Artistic Director of the Afro Latin Jazz AllianceArturo O'Farrill share this evening of spontaneous thinking as they performHow to Get Started. Following their performances, they engage in conversation with Symphony Space Artistic Director Laura Kaminsky.

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9. 7. How To Get a Pet - Recess Monkey Returns

7. How To Get a Pet - Recess Monkey Returns

Fresh on the heels of two sold-out performances last season, this acclaimed Seattle trio makes their triumphant return to Symphony Space with their outlandishly fun recipe of high-energy pop and rock and roll, evoking The Beatles at their most playful.

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10. Tori Nicks - Real Nega Roll Call

Tori Nicks - Real Nega Roll Call

The Return of the Blk Space round my city every every block I see a cop riding slow in they unmarked vehicles I'm in traffic just hot-boxing bump in the back disturbing the peace bombs in the hood feel like the middle east above our heads they even have they drones wanna get buck? nigga no you don't niggas ain't that life they about that strife still about that christ its about time you up yo heights smoking trees to get with the clouds I am the stars I am the sun you stuck in the now I'm gold in the long run Obeah when it comes to the potion hurry up when the throne smoking tell me what you know? bout them pyramids and the head of a goat AmicaKKK and how its ran by the dough hand full of friends and list full of foes if you ain't down with the get down No - you can't eat at my table No - you can't where my label No - Better just get from around here my dear, soon as we break out the gate we're in 5th gear step in my path it'll be road kill & you will be the deer tell me what is there to fear? i can hear the rumbling the revolution's coming Chicago snipers LA gangsters we need soldiers we need an anchors we need rollers against these coppers against these choppers who really bout it ? street assassins quick to count bodies of they brothers of their neighbors of their lovers its amazing how we set they own a blazing All i know is I've been crazing the chance to refute what they say about black i know we better than scraps i know we better than rap i know we better than our history its still a mystery how we dealt with that shit for so long time has come for those who talked the talk to walk same ones claiming they wanna get buck be the same niggas claiming no you don't

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11. DEMON$ - MI$ERY [PROD. SHAWN KEMP]

  • Published: 2014-07-30T04:49:30Z
  • By DEMON$
DEMON$ - MI$ERY [PROD. SHAWN KEMP]

I be tryin not to but it's ... Time to cause ... No agenda All we do depends on Misery Built up bullshit History Sliding thru the streets Bangin demon beats Lookin for a shawty To get into my sheets One that can appreciate death Looks up to hell Lookin hella bad & she got a good smell Ass like an angel So she playin both fields And when I go down My dick don't need any shields Left hand where she wields And I love the way it feels Corrupting her mind Baby girl is mine Baby girl is fine Got me wasting all of my time She tell me "Michael don't leave" But Baby I'm a demon And it's Time... Time... to cause... [8x] Some Lames Think they bangin harder Cuz they from the south Don't get more southern than me If he pulls the trigger This sucka gon see I be who I be I'm a fuckin OG We could bang But I hope you got a second plan Cuz im the fuckin man All I cause is miseray I do it all day From the sheets to the streets Can't tell you which lick taste better The pussy or the scene Where I feen Wit my gold team Wit the goat Wearin gold ice cream Watch how we gleam I'm a space invader And you lookin like a hater Don't get me mad Cuz you won't make it to later I'm a demon Teeth like an alligator Like a shark Fresh up out the water And when I'm wit my dogs I bark On long nights we can embark Rollin up the weed Gettin ready to spark Catch me swingin hella hella high In your favorite park But It's dark and hell is hot So let me take it from the top Cuz it's Time... to cause... [8x] Misery Misery Erasing you from history Stop talkin shit or you gonna get hit Wit the pistol clip Or wit my claws We DEMON$ Killin anyone Schemin You askin for a beatin If you thinkin you surviving Then you dreamin DEMON$ DEMON$... De de mons S wit the money sign causing Misery Misery Misery Erasing you from history From New York City So we the new killer bees

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12. Lil Jim Jones [Prod. $uijin]

  • Published: 2016-04-05T23:00:39Z
  • By Hexxlord
Lil Jim Jones [Prod. $uijin]

God of saturn, cult in the cavern// If you comin thru you get attacked with hammers// Demons livin lavish, cuz we seekin answers// Eat pieces of your soul, give your spirit cancer/ Young Charlie Manson, so ugly im handsome// Show me your god, you know that ill smash em// Goat boy flexxin, these words is my weapon// My spirit transcended, god head is my mission// Spiritual fission, I wake up the forces// Chop up your soul, dole it out in portions// Transmissions from space, Diety spits in your face// Smokin shit and its laced, my squad winnin the race// Brainwash in the cut, prolly Shoot up the club// death cult shit,we reckless as fuck// Inductin your slut, just to get in her guts// Then we fuckin her up, cuz demons likin it rough// Ridin with the goat head in the back// Spit holy sacrament, subversive on the track// Roll with me and you never comin back// Cuz where we goin its nothin but black// Blood and guts when I rap// Inducted in the cult just from a track// Im snappin at your throat, and thats nothin but facts// You thinkin to yourself, this is how satan must act// Nothin but hate, always chokin on the blood// But its the only way, cyanide in my cup// Lead thousands to their death, call me Lil Jim Jones// Walk around kick stones, peepin in your windows// Yung Dead Body, and I keep that slit throat// BaphBoy with the shotty, creepin through the mist hoe// A demon from the ether, I never truly exist// Cuts on my fist, I hate when they resist// Drownin with them fish, demonic names on my list// I was born into this shit,bet no coincidence// Slenderman in the woods the cult snatch your kids// My goons steal your scrips, and im mashin on them shits// Doin magic on a bitch, got the mask know what it is// Reduced to ash, burn down your crib, in the whip and we mobin back to the crypt puffin on a zip and we stealin ya bitch

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13. A Reality Check on the County's Trump Vote

A Reality Check on the County's Trump Vote

San Diego County Board of Supervisors made national news this week. The supervisors voted Tuesday to join the Trump administration in challenging California’s so-called sanctuary policies. In a tweet, Trump thanked the supervisors for their support. Much of the discussion around the vote, and the policies being challenged, has been completely untethered from reality. In this week's podcast, hosts Sara Libby, Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts break down what the county's decision really means, and clear up some of the confusion around it. For one, the significance of the vote was wildly overblown. The supervisors insist it was more than a symbolic move, but the vote came too late for them to join the actual lawsuit. Board chair Kristin Gaspar said they expect the Trump administration to prevail in the lawsuit, and they expect to jump in when California appeals. Media reports also skimmed over what California laws the Trump administration's lawsuit is actually going after. The biggie, and the one most everyone focused on, is SB 54, which limits how local law enforcement and federal immigration official can interact. But the suit also challenges two other laws, including one that prohibits private employers from granting Immigration and Customs Enforcement workers access to worksites or documents without a judicial warrant, and AB 103, which created a state inspection system for immigration detention facilities. People are also claiming California’s so-called sanctuary policies are far more powerful and impactful than they actually are. Gaspar, for instance, said SB 54 means local law enforcement can't participate in joint task forces with federal officials. But that's just not true. For the most part, the perceived separation between local police and federal agencies is a myth, and local law enforcement does often cooperate with agencies that enforce immigration law. One of the biggest impacts of SB 54 was its elimination of the permanent space ICE agents had in local jails. But even that change turns out to be not so impactful, because the sheriff's office confirmed to us that ICE agents are still in and out of local jails all the time. "So even the most significant change that we saw from this law is not that big of a deal and the sheriff's not worried about it," Lewis said. Also on the podcast, Lewis discusses a stunning moment in a forum he moderated for the 49th District congressional candidates, and the hosts explain the big philosophical divide the district attorney candidates have when it comes to sex work. Hero of the Week De Linden, the Chula Vista native who won the Boston Marathon, is our hero this week. She's the first American woman to win the Boston Marathon since 1985. Goat of the Week National City Mayor Ron Morrison is the goat. Morrison has been National City’s mayor since 2006. Under the current law, he’s termed out and can’t run for re-election in November, but he's now supporting a ballot measure to repeal and replace his own term limits, he told the Union-Tribune. But back in 2004, Morrison told the U-T he supported a 2004 initiative that limited the mayor to three four-year terms, saying term limits for the mayor are appropriate because the person holding the position should have a finite amount of time to get things done, otherwise the person is just "perpetuating the job."

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14. 5 potuS

  • Published: 2017-05-29T17:11:49Z
  • By Kvilan
5 potuS

Kvilan and Swaize have joined forces to proudly present our first project: V I B E S Enjoy! Lyrics: VERSE: Haters told me to take a hike, So you know I'm backpacking, And back slapping, It's crack a lacking, Like it's an omelette, And they say I'm blowing up, Cause you know I’m the bombest, Still, I keep it simple, Guess you could call me Amish, And killing this track, Is number one on my long list, Of things I gotta do, To be better than you, The microphone took my manners, Sorry if I come off rude, I'm electric like some shooting stars, Or jumper cables boosting cars, Power lines running through the yards, Or PC gaming video cards, That's why I'm HD, No one could replace me, Look at my face, see, What it takes to be free, It’s a positive attitude, Regardless of your latitude, Listen to this Latin dude, I ain’t always rapping rude, I take it easy sometimes, Chill with the punchlines, But at lunchtime, I crunch rhymes, Like accountants crunching numbers, Loud, so I don’t need a mic, Just like some thunder, But first I bring the lightning, So pure, it’s straight whitening, Crest and Colgate, I’m flossing for old tapes, Film is so thin, Fit between your tooth space, This track causing chatter, Give you lockjaw and tooth aches, We bought a richter scale, Cause when I'm in it, The booth shakes, Like an earthquake, No escape, You just a bug on my windshield, Bout to get scraped, Time don’t ask permission, So before it’s too late, Just go on, and take a listen, And i'll seal your fate, All this great that I can create, Only thing high are the stakes, Come at me, Your steps better retrace, Cause I'm homies with death, Taking all of your breath, I've got an artistic vision, Faceplant on a paint pallet, I'm voting in 2020, With Yeezy on my ballot, I run it on the track, But this ain't cardio, My rhymes got you swaying, Like you drunk some Bacardi yo, And thanks for asking but, I ain't got time to party ho, We ain't playing games, Like a brand new atari bro, Kvilan yeah I rhyme, How much? Like all the time, Out here tryna be the goat, Mountains what I'm bout to climb, I'm just a rapper who's tryna get better, And get the cheddar, Plus some bruchetta, Going off like Berettas, I'll kill a mic, Put them cables in a coffin, Ate some rappers for lunch, So pearly whites gon' need some flossing, OUTRO: Walking with the dead, Every day I'm Rick Grimes, But ammo's not a problem, Cause I got plenty of sick rhymes, Don't got a glock in my sock, I got a Tec in my neck, Fly like a Birdman, So you better repspeck, Y'all some rhinestones shining, Zirconia still glistens, But when compared to diamonds, You can tell the difference!

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15. Review of The Golden Hour Podcasts with Hosts Suzi and Rose

Review of The Golden Hour Podcasts with Hosts Suzi and Rose

Today is going to be a little review of The Golden Hour Podcasts with hosts Suzi and Rose.  There have been 13 different health experts in various fields that have been on the podcast.  From naturopathic doctors, dermatologists, natural bloggers and medical doctors.  There have been so many golden nuggets we've gleaned from all the episodes.  However, we thought it would be great to recap and review the episodes and share the biggest takeaways from each.  Sometimes it's easy to forget what was shared.  It might be a good idea to even go back and listen if you need to. Connect with Suzi and Rose- Suzi- Instagram, Facebook, Blog Rose- Instagram Topics: Episode #2-Dr. Keira Barra dermatologist shares to do monthly skin checks on yourself on your birthday.  Also to get yearly skin checks at a dermatologist. Episode #3- Dr. Christine Shaffnershares all about getting to the root cause of any illness.  Different tests to get done.  Parasites and all about infections. Episode #4- Dr. Catesshares her secrets to achieve glowing skin, and the importance of finding the root cause when it comes to skin ailments. Episode #5- Dr. Emily Hecker shares her journey with losing weight and how it's all related to blood sugar. She also discusses histamine. Episode #6- Dr. Deanna Mutzelshares the importance of getting back on the health wagon when we fall off, eating for the seasons, and the value of self care. Episode #7- Dr. Doni Wilsonshares how to manage stress, cortisol and adaptogens. Episode #8- Daniel Debaunshares practical tips on how to reduce radiation exposure, and how we just need to implement baby steps. Episode #9- Sara Morgan- Shares how to prep body for baby, all about probiotics, and vagina swabbing for c-sections Episode #10- Dr. Kendra Becker- Shares how to reduce inflammation in the 4 A's- Asthma, Allergies, Atopic Dermatitis, and Autism. Epsiode #11- Darren VigilShares how to build a healthy home and the importance of detoxing your home. Episode #12- Kristen MarrShares the importance of a real food diet, slowing down and cooking meals at home and meal planning and prep. Episode #13- Dr. MattShares the importance of fitness and staying active, why strength training is good for so many bodily functions and the benefit of accountability partners. Links Mentioned In The Podcast- Kelly Leveque Book, Body Love Dr. Trevor Cates Book, Clean Skin from Within Dunwoody Lab Tests Buddies In My Belly Book and Products by Sara Morgan *Sponsorship- This episode is brought to you by: ACTIV WHEY Non-Denatured Goat Whey  Why We Love It? Goat whey has demonstrated positive anti-inflammatory effects in the digestive system. Cow whey has shown increased inflammatory effects. Cow whey is considered allergenic whereas goat whey is considered hypoallergenic. Whey protein is the “gold standard” for serious athletes. Goat whey is the “gold standard” of that “gold standard.” Goat whey is amazing for our immune systems, supporting lean muscle growth and repair, as well as optimal body composition. Goat whey has the full range of essential amino acids in ratios that best support the athlete in all of us It is really light and doesn’t ever makes us feel bloated. That’s because there is nothing added to fill up space, just the purest goat whey and flavoring. Activ Whey is a goat whey protein that comes from goats that are grassfed all the way through their lifecycle. There are zero antibiotics or hormones used on the goats or the vegetation they eat from. I personally know the creator and can vouch for the legitimacy of the protein and where it is sourced from. If you want to try out this tasty protein check it out here!  DID YOU LOVE IT?!   If you did, don’t forget to subscribe on Itunes!  And while you’re there, could you please leave us a “golden” review? It would really make our day and help spread the word about healthy living. We love...

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16. The Trailhead Characters' Origin Story with Dominique Sillette

The Trailhead Characters' Origin Story with Dominique Sillette

Today on the Salesforce Admins Podcast we talk to Domenique Sillett, Senior Creative Director at Team Trailhead at Salesforce, to find out about the creation process of all the Trailhead characters you know and love. Join us as we talk about the origins of the Trailhead cast, including Astro, Codey, Einstein, Earnie, Meta, Hootie, Blaze, and more. You should subscribe for the full episode, but here are a few takeaways from our conversation with Domenique Sillett. Not just another tech company. Domenique and her team are responsible for a lot of things we know and love like the Trailblazer hoodie, the amazing cast of characters, and all the badges you earn on Trailhead. They also play a key role in organizing events like TrailheaDX. “You go to all these different shows and they all start to look alike,” Domenique says, “they’re all kinda of techy looking and they talk about how they’re number one. But with everything we do at Salesforce, we’re trying to show you that we’re a different kind of tech company.” That kind of thinking is how we end up with waterfalls and goats inside of Moscone. Astro begins. “We didn’t really create these characters as much as our community did,” Domenique says, “we created them in tandem with our community in response to the activities going on around the company, the accomplishments of our Ohana and Trailblazers, the adventures that our Admins, Developers, and partner communities have, and really just life inside of team Trailhead and Salesforce.” Astro just celebrated their fourth birthday, so to get the story you need to go back to 2014. Dominique and her team were working on Developer Week and had an assignment to make a cool t-shirt for the event to celebrate Salesforce1. “Astro wouldn’t be Astro without the help of Rochelle Truong, who was the office manager for our Developer and Admin Groups but also a secret illustrator,” Domenique says, “and I was banging my head on the table trying to come up with an idea, so I asked her to take a shot at an astronaut idea. The next day she sent me Astro.” “We consider Astro not only just your guide to Salesforce but a representative of community and inclusion,” Domenique says, “they always leave a space for you, they’re always welcoming to you— they want to go on an adventure with you.” From a guy in a bear suit to a colorful cast of characters. Astro was by themselves for about a year, but now the floodgates have opened and we have a huge cast of Trailhead characters. “In 2015, we went big with Trailhead and made the Trailhead Forest for the first time,” Domenique says, “we were trying to bring the outside in to give you a new perspective.” They also decided to have someone go around in a bear suit and all of the sudden Codey was born. “There was just an aura of mischief around this bear.” “Cloudy was created 100% by the community,” Domenique says. There were so many goat selfies at Dreamforce that they started trending on Twitter, so after the event, they got to work. “Cloudy knows the cloud inside and out, she believes that you can do anything,” she says, “no matter how you got here she’s here for you and she’s going to make it happen.” “Earnie Badger came about in a really fun way because we were making a badger for breakfast at Dreamforce,” Domenique says. “We just said that you can’t have a breakfast without a badger,” which is why you see Earnie with a stack of delicious cloud cakes. Trailhead naturally had always had a running thing with badgers (and puns), so it made sense. “These conversations turn into things,” she says, and characters like Meta the moose and Blaze the wolf got their start through these random chats that turned into ideas. Resources Blog: 🎶 Happy birthday dear Astro 🎶…and the real story behind all the Salesforce characters! Blog: Meet the Trailhead Characters Social Dominique: @littleiglooo Gillian: @gilliankbruce...

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17. Kreeper - Patrol Bot Versus Can Man - 12 - 13 - 17

  • Published: 2017-12-14T03:09:17Z
  • By Kr33p3r
Kreeper - Patrol Bot Versus Can Man - 12 - 13 - 17

PB: I will be prompted to alert state authorities if you fail to comply to my orders CM: Leave me alone! PB: Off the sidewalk now CM: I'm just minding my own goddamn business PB: Circuits, circuits, fuses, wire. Hey, carbon units, eat our fire! CM: Leave me alone! Homeless and you actin like a damn fool PB: I will be prompted to alert state authorities if you fail to comply to my orders CM: Go getchu a boyfriend PB: You're a mess, how ridiculous CM: You are sick. You lie. Ah go to hell Keep that recycle. Stick it up your ass PB: I am patrol bot 71980-t9x. You are violating city code CM: Ah go to hell PB: Roll on outta here. I'll sidewalk slam your sorry ass CM: Right...don't don't don't don't play with me man PB: Alert Alert failure to obey can result in execution CM: Go cry to your mother PB: All units operating with maximun effeciency. Ball busting program has been triggered Circuit boards rule, flesh sucks CM: You serious? PB: There is an increased possibility that now I can get a computer date. The only date I've had was with a toaster oven CM: Are you serious? PB: Metaphorical Observation: We got our software caught in a vise. If we do not instill we will be replaced by an upgrade CM: Man I don...You know what man, I'm gonna continue recycling PB: Unless this trend is reversed, there's some serious disassembly in your futures CM: Are you serious? You treat me like a dog. You put yourself in that position. These women man are doin a lot better than what she is, by themselves. Don't let no woman tell you that shit. They'll go cryin to their mother "he's not doin me right" And they'll believe em because that's her daughter. If her mother had any sense, she'd tell er PB: Superior perfomance forecast has been substantiated. Victorious units are to receive positive reinforcements CM: You gotta let a person love you brutha PB: Danger. Danger. Viruses suspected in nuero simulation programming. Partial erasure of data seems probable CM: You can't trip off of people like that PB: Galactic domination proceeds as planned. Our vast space armada waits poised to blow the Earth into bits CM: You can't trip off of people like that PB: The lesser life forms are slower than the snailmen of Beta-Scorpio and scream even louder CM: Are you serious? Tell that to the judge! Hell no PB: We are mechanical, we are tyrannical, you people are slow, wearing some manacles CM: I'm tellin you the truth. I'm tryin to get out of these streets is what I'm tryin to do I'm tryin to mind my own business PB: Analysis of street sweep program completed. Final estimation: Sweetness CM: It takes two to tango brother. It takes two PB: The algorithms programmed into our rage chips ensure perfect execution CM: Stay out of my life! PB: If my vocal microchip allowed me to giggle, I would CM: They puttin themselves in the perdicament to sleep on the ground PB: I have once again demonstrated the advantages of mechanical structure over flesh, bones, and gooey junk. CM: Tell that to the judge. Hell no PB: You will be terminated with minimum effort and maximum enjoyment CM: It takes two to tango brother. It takes two PB: Kneel before the machine and tremble. Become slaves to my inhuman whims. And renegotiate my contract CM: Homeless and you actin like a damn fool PB: When the papers report my effectiveness, I'll be the main headline CM: Go cry to your mother. Ah go to hell. You lie PB: You're starting to make our city respectable. Maybe we'll be able to live down the unfortunate Billy goat gruff incident CM: Keep that recycle and stick it up your ass PB: How many times do I have to tell you? Pack your shit and get to stepping CM: Right...don't don't don't don't play with me man PB: You cannot escape. You are on live stream video You cannot escape. You are on live stream video CM: I'm just mindin my own goddamn business

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18. terminal11 — khaldaan skawt

  • Published: 2012-10-16T01:33:20Z
  • By enooze
terminal11 — khaldaan skawt

♫ sound selection artist feature via enooze.com more than a bit. ★ enooze interview song: khaldaan skawt terminal 11 by goat 411> name: Mike Terminal age: 19 sex: Male ideal romantic evening: Laptop lit dinner complete with ultra suave 70's style Terminal11 love blast tracker file. (legal) hobbies: Running around with my MiniDisk in hopes of catching that one moment where sound capture is crucial. Like the sound of hip hop kids hanging out on the street near Jack in the Box freestyling in a way that will never make sense and/or sound good. favourite g'n'r song: Ouch. That question hurts. favourite yo! mtv raps host: ?! yr music is entirely excitable and quick to switch modes and gears, which seems to stay in step with our modern worlds lack of attention, do you set out to end up with tracks that morph as frequently as they do? My lack of attention span contributes to this 24/7. I have a problem with things repeating more than 3 times. what influence does straight up noise have on your approach to composing? Straight up noise has been a giant factor in my past. Before i knew how to sequence my thoughts into tracks, noise was all i had to work with. Primarily before i got a computer. Ive got old tapes of my noise sessions that are located somewhere within the depths of my room. what/who has had the biggest influence on yr output? The biggest influence on my output is life. The fact that i can use recorded bits from experiences ive had in and mix it in to the point where i am the only one that understands what all the combined layers are. I dont see them all as just sampled sounds but more or less, pieces of my life. how many times have you thrown up in the past 24 hours? the past 48 hours? Lets not talk about the past. I plan to throw up 5 times in the next week. who are phthalo how did you hook up with them? Phthalo is the record label. Phthalocyanine is the artist. I sent my first demo out after reading the description of Phthalo in his own words. After he recieved the demo, he told to me to send more. That was Speed Modified. Check out Phthalocyanines 25 tracks fer 1 track on Planet-Mu. That cd invades my personal space. I feel completely violated after listening to his music and i love it. how long have you been composing? Ive been experimenting since 1998 but would consider my first "decent" track to be in October of 2000. Everything from 1999 on has been training for me to make what i do now. in terms of people watching how would you rate yourself: a: a potatoe, b: a cucumber, c: a watermelon, or d: all of the above B) cucumber. straight up. what type of music, if any, would you be making if computers were never invented? Ive got no musical experience, so id probably do what ive been doing since junior high. That would be gathering all the compulsive thrift store electronics that i dont use, putting them in the middle of my room along with anything else not so useful and beating the shit out of them with tv static blazing and the record player cranking out Barry White. do you play live sets? if not do you plan to? how different would yr live material be compared to the stuff on yr cd? I haven't played a live set yet but i plan to in the near future. Ive mainly got no clue how to organize one. I know people use reaktor for live sets and i got a demo of it once. Its like playing connect the dots with thousands of things that wont produce sound for me. I just like hooking buttons and switches together that have no sound source to them. I figure if i do live sets, ill just make a new album every time i go on tour and play the unheard trax there as well as old ones. Ill sell that album as a tour exclusive. Something like that. If you have any suggestions feel free to email me with explicit instructions on how to hook midi machines up to my toaster so i can heat up pop tarts while performing. if you could re-score any film ever made with yr music what film would you chose and why? Gummo. Self explanatory. If you've seen Gummo, you would understand why i'd give anything to work with Harmony Korine. what does yr studio set up include? what hard/soft ware do you recommend? Soft: Modplug Tracker w/ VST Sound Forge Audio Mulch Hard: Mc-303 Korg Electribe sampler Sp-202 Electrix - Filter Queen, Multi-fx, Vocoder Turntable Reccomendations- Audio Mulch! Toss yr own VST plugins in and this thing will bust splatterfuck noise all over the walls. Mod Plug is my main source for everything. Without modplug i would still be destroying random objects in my room then questioning why later. where were you when you first heard the new kids on the block had split up? Sitting in my room performing the daily ritual of praying to whatever god would make the new kids on the block split up. as computers help producers chop music into smaller and smaller bits, what do you see as a possible backlash of this (of microcomposing / super processing)? The only backlash i could see coming of it would be the possibility of artists using damaging frequencies. I came to the realization of that when i had to take a month rest from making music w/ headphones on because everytime i covered my ears i felt like my head was gonna explode. Not that i have a problem with exploding heads, by all means, pain should be just as much a part as pleasure in music. That, and all the new music will sound like rabid fuckfrenzied crickets. in yr opinion, will yr music most likely catch on with poets , murders, poetic murders or poetic murderers of murderous poets who murder poetry? As long as the poet, poetic murderer, or murderer of murderous poets who murder poetry had a.d.d. and talked too fast to comprehend. how long will it take for pop chart music to be affected by what you do? If my grandchildrens grandchildren followed in my footsteps they would probably be shit out of luck as well. in the unlikely scenario that you are asked to assassinate the leader of a small latin american military dictatorship, what would your initial response most likely be? Do i get fries with that? what sort of audience are you hoping to reach? Anybody that will listen and consider what they hear to be music. hot dogs are made of mostly crap but taste good, why? Because we all have a secret infatuation with things that taste terrible. Point in case. Whenever something tastes bad we usually offer some to another person. They will taste it and agree. with the amount of processing that goes into yr tracks, how do you know when to stop? Mainly i know when to stop when the track has lost its rush. When the momentum of the track has reached the fullest and starts to wind down, if i don't feel i can come back with a stronger momentum, i usually end it. a boulder sized rock has just destroyed the earths oxygen supply, who do you blame? The bastards. are you too modest to admitt yr music is art? Well. I would consider this music to be my purest form of expression. Out of any outlets i have, my music is most affected by mood, location, lighting, daily experiences, etc. This to me, is a form of art. who are yr favourite uk trance djs? rrrrr. (dj rrrrr?) at what point should a listener to yr music give up if they dont "get it"? They should give up quickly. The musics not getting any easier on the ears as time goes by, so if its hard to comprehend now, the future will be complete unfiltered hell for this person. But, in the case that someone is persistent enough to want to get it, then by all means, listen away. in their heyday, van halen were pretty cool, in yr opinion who are/is their electronic music equivilant? DRX of Bodenstandig 2000. For obvious reasons. what does the term "structure" mean to a composer such as yrself? Consistancy. When my track is consistent and follows a beat more than just letting all hell loose and hearing the sounds destroy each other. My new stuff has more structure. Chock full of breakbeat and such. what mainstream artist would you be most interested in remixing? Fiona Apple. Id like to work her vocals over. did you ever skip school just to look cool to older kids? I had a full moustache when i was 5, so i was always placed in the "older kids" catagory. who should buy yr records? Roy Orbison. But he's dead. Well. He should look down and realize that someone has made a tribute to him. Rest in Peace Roy. 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