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This Too Shall Pass

It’s been an unrelenting week of deadlines, revisions, edits, tweaks, technical issues, miscommunications and failures. I won’t say that I didn’t learn a thing or two during the madness, but there where so many moments along they way that I loathed my whole discipline regardless. TGIF.

I’m ready to reset over the weekend and have a fresh outlook on Monday.


I was looking through some work that has not gone public and found this one. I guess this pretty much sums up my thoughts on guns.

R.I.P. Trish Keenan

Saddened by this news today.

( via Pitchfork )

We’re deeply saddened to report that Broadcast frontwoman Trish Keenan has died. A statement on the Warp Records site reads:

“It is with great sadness we announce that Trish Keenan from Broadcast passed away at 9am this morning in hospital. She died from complications with pneumonia after battling the illness for two weeks in intensive care. Our thoughts go out to James, Martin, her friends and her family and we request that the public respect their wishes for privacy at this time. This is an untimely tragic loss and we will miss Trish dearly – a unique voice, an extraordinary talent and a beautiful human being. Rest in Peace.”

Keenan was one of the founding members of Broadcast, who formed in the mid-1990s as a quintet and released a series of singles on Wurlitzer Jukebox and Duophonic Records before being approached by Warp, who compiled the single releases on the 1997 compilation Work and Non Work. The band released its debut full-length, The Noise Made by People, in 2000; that record established a cosmopolitan pop sound reminiscent of Stereolab while also taking influence from the more experimental sounds of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.

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