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Workspace and Environment: Jack Dangers / Meat Beat Manifesto via Dwell Magazine

Sometimes two (or in this case, three) of my interests intersect nicely…

Jack Dangers and Ellen Corrigan had one cat, a load of oversize vintage synthesizers, and a music library of more than 10,000 records to consider when they decided to build a new home in Mill Valley, California. It was a long haul, but not a long distance, to the finished result: a two-story structure with a standing-seam metal roof, nestled along a cascading hillside where their previous house once stood, with views of Mount Tamalpais to the northwest.


Rebuilding on a challenging site in Mill Valley

David Lynch on Having a Setup

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Some mornings, in a perfect world, you might wake up, have a coffee, finish meditation, and say, “Okay, today I’m going into the shop to work on a lamp.” This idea comes to you, you can see it, but to accomplish it you need what I call a “setup.” For example, you may need a working shop or a working painting studio. You may need a working music studio. Or a computer room where you can write something. It’s crucial to have a setup, so that, at any given moment, when you get an idea, you have the place and the tools to make it happen.

When you don’t have a setup, there are many times when you get the inspiration, the idea, but you have no tools, no place to put it together. And the idea just sits there and festers. Over time, it will go away. You didn’t fulfill it—and that’s just a heartache.

— David Lynch, Catching the Big Fish

The Black Queen: Fever Daydream (Album Debut!)

Finally released, Fever Daydream by The Black Queen…

“What’s most impressive about Fever Daydream is how wonderfully the whole album plays out. Unlike even some top-tier electronic music, this isn’t just a collection of like-minded songs; The Black Queen clearly wanted to craft an album, and that shows masterfully throughout. Fever Daydream is an incredibly diverse listen, where melodies and moods may carry over throughout the album, but each song is its own distinct animal.” New Noise Magazine

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Highly recommended debut work from Greg Puciato (Dillinger Escape Plan), Josh Eustis (Telefon Tel Aviv, NIN) and Steven Ryan (Massive, purposely hidden from the internet reputation)

Fever Daydream on iTunes
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NAMM 2016: Live updates from the show via Instagram!

A quick note…please follow @trash_audio on Instagram for some live updates from NAMM2016, the BL__K NOISE show (which is now sold out) and any other random stuff we get up to!

The Black Queen: Ice To Never

They’re back…This time with an incredible video by Rob Sheridan. If you’re not on their mailing list, you need to sign up. You’ve already missed out on insanely limited Vinyl and Cassettes that will never be made again…

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The Black Queen – Ice To Never (12″ Extended Dance Mix)

Video by Rob Sheridan.

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How to store your cables

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THE BLACK QUEEN: Dillinger Escape Plan Singer on Cathartic New Electronic Project

The Black Queen, Greg Puciato’s long-rumored electronic outfit, which also features sometime Nine Inch Nails and Puscifer member Joshua Eustis and former Dillinger, NIN and Kesha tech Steven Alexander. The group has finally released its first single, “The End Where We Start” and is set to drop its debut album, Fever Daydream, this fall.

Full Article on Rollingstone.com

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A longtime secret that is slowly seeping out. The Black Queen is:

Steven Alexander
Joshua Eustis (Telefon Tel Aviv, NIN)
Greg Puciato (The Dillinger Escape Plan)

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Best of NAMM 2015!

We came! We saw! We Tweeted about a bunch of new gear we liked and didn’t like… Keyboards on synths keep getting smaller and smaller. Next year we anticipate having to use guitar picks to play them. Huge thanks to our photographer Brandon Daniel for his help this time around! Visual tour time!

Many more in the full slideshow…

NAMM 2015

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