Music Helps The Noise Go Down

June 1, 2010 § Leave a comment


Stress. Stress. Stress. Stress. Stress. Stress. Stress.

If you don’t like being exploited with the vocative case every so often by just some random guy, don’t read this post. It’s not for you.

I’m about to try and take the position of a smarmy psychologist without any qualifications at all except my musical hobbies. Life kinda sucks if you start putting all your well-being in to the ‘importance’ of your work, in the things that you HAVE to do. Let’s keep these things separate. It brings me to my punchline: a spoonful of music helps the noise go down.

We’re talking about hitting the limits. You know downtempo yeah? Well let’s make the downtempo atmosphere obscene. I’m trying to suggest that maybe you sub-consciously put this on when you’re still in that crazy dream-world transition between the state of wake and the state of fast asleep. This music will soundtrack your day-dreams, it will put its arms behind you and slowly let you rest back in your chair. Maybe even close your eyes. Close your eyes.

Two artists and two songs, I present to you.

Take deep breathes and don’t even think about getting impatient with the results that occur when you bring yourself to press that button. That yellow button below.

Ylid – When The Darkness Seems Relentless

Don’t fight that dark.

Stockfinster – All Becomes Music

standing up is for hyperactive people

sweet dreams,

George

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