57 posts tagged with gyrophonia by man vs sun.
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Let's go grab a pizza.
Pope Pius III: His Facebook fan page says it all, but that may be because he served as pope for less time than William Henry Harrison served as POTUS. [more inside]
Meet the inappropriately-named Pope Innocent VIII. Witch hunter. Innovator in the field of immolation. Simonist. Slave regifter. And don't forget about his army of bastard children placed the Vatican on the brink of financial ruin. [more inside]
Paul II was a poster child (or grand-nephew) of papal nepotism. This fellow made it more difficult to downsize church government because of his tendancy to appoint new cardinals in private. Oh yeah, he also loved bling and some accounts cite his fatal heart attack happening whilst being sodomized by his boy lover. [more inside]
You probably knew him better as Pope Callixtus III. His legacy, aside from his advanced age, feebleness and incompetence, is marked by a widely-spread (and patently false) rumor that he successfully exorcised Halley's Comet in 1456. [more inside]
In keeping with tradition, here again are the Demons of Gyrophonia ringing in 2011 with the same old song. [more inside]
Hopefully your halls have already been decked. [more inside]
A swirling medley of carols from Cousin Jim's back porch. [more inside]
Because this holiday tune appears on every beginning band's premiere concert program, it's one of my favorite to mock. [more inside]
Build a loop, add some licks, and before you know it, you're groovin'. [more inside]
I can't get enough electric viola. [more inside]
In a thread MajorDundee started a few weeks ago, he poses a query, "What talismans, icons etc do you have in your musical workspace?" Allow me to expand upon my response... [more inside]
This sort of nonsense should be kept under wraps. [more inside]
Gun control and the wearing of pants are discussed in this, the penultimate selection of our suite, An Evening With... [more inside]
The fourth in a series of seven movements from our inadvertent album An Evening With... [more inside]
Polystyrene + Benzene + Gasoline = ? [more inside]
Viola/Tenor sax duet, to be included in our submission to the RPM 2010 challenge. [more inside]
A medley of tunes from classic video games. [more inside]
Happy New Year, Metafilter. [more inside]
A good idea? Probably not. But here's a Beastie Boys cover for you. [more inside]
Meditations on a thunderstorm. [more inside]
Returning to the well of material I wrote almost a decade ago. [more inside]
If you didn't care for our treatment of Femme Fatale (via askmeaboutloom), may we interest you in something more, possibly femme, or, I don't know, fatale? [more inside]
Immature fun with a delay pedal and a sampler. [more inside]
Percussive groove session. Not a song about sandwiches. [more inside]
Revisiting a form we haven't attempted in a few months: ambient.
King Crimson cover
When a spoken-word performance goes wrong, improvise. [more inside]
Performed by a vegetarian.
If you like New Jersey, don't hit play. [more inside]
Taken from Stephen King's short story collection, Skeleton Crew.
On one level, it's about the struggle between good and evil. On all levels, it doesn't really make sense. [more inside]
Reading from the Tao Te Ching, sections XLVII, XLVIII and XXXVI. [more inside]
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