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jasonpwoodbury:

Body of Light, PHX’s best goth/pop/machine music:
On single “The Leaves Just Disappeared,” he evokes the spirit of early Depeche Mode with hazy, candle-lit New Wave. Elsewhere, [Jarson] taps into the vein of mythic motorik electronica, like on “Devil’s Trumpet/Moonflower,” which barrels down some desert autobahn like the abandoned offspring of Cluster’s Zuckerzeit and Tubeway Army’s Replicas.
Read more @ Up on the Sun.

jasonpwoodbury:

Body of Light, PHX’s best goth/pop/machine music:

On single “The Leaves Just Disappeared,” he evokes the spirit of early Depeche Mode with hazy, candle-lit New Wave. Elsewhere, [Jarson] taps into the vein of mythic motorik electronica, like on “Devil’s Trumpet/Moonflower,” which barrels down some desert autobahn like the abandoned offspring of Cluster’s Zuckerzeit and Tubeway Army’s Replicas.

Read more @ Up on the Sun.

"Solitude did increase my perception. But here’s the tricky thing—when I applied my increased perception to myself, I lost my identity. With no audience, no one to perform for, I was just there. There was no need to define myself; I became irrelevant. The moon was the minute hand, the seasons the hour hand. I didn’t even have a name. I never felt lonely. To put it romantically: I was completely free." - Christopher Knight

Artist living on the edge of the world in 2014

Artist falling off the edge of the world in 2014

Artist living while falling into impossible abyss in 2014

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themodernistwitch:

How do you describe the feeling of wanting to stop being to someone who has never experienced it?

It subsumes everything. You cannot feel the true depth of others’ love for you, though you can see it, understand it logically, as if through glass. Everything is removed and distorted, processed and…