Category Archives: NOTES

These are generally ruminations and ramblings about music (or links to interesting things elsewhere) that aren’t fit to count as their own feature of any sort.

zombies! (voodoo style)

OK.. this is just really cool. I get exposed to a lot of talk about zombies… zombocalypses, survival tactics, discussions on what technically constitutes such a beast. And why shouldn’t I? I am a geek after all!  Sometimes I try to be too cool for all the zombie talk, and then I hear a song […]

subtle’s surreality

I got linked to this interview with Subtle‘s idea man, rapper, vocalist, poet and potential nut job DoseOne (born Adam Drucker).  I strongly encourage y’all to check it out. It was definitely one of the most entertaining interviews I’ve ever read, and really raises some questions about art, sanity, reality etc.  What a great fucking […]

burial – untrue

this album is getting a lot of hype on various channels (at least the ones I’m tuned to). It’s an interesting piece, that is revealing itself to me slowly.  Burial belongs to the genre known as Dubstep. It is grimy and murky, spooky and decidely dark. Breakbeats, clattering sound effects and samples, deep deep deep […]

Slipstream Season 4 – Tonight! …and free stuff

As I’m in Hamilton over the summer of COURSE I’m keeping up with the radio show! I’m sure everyone who knows me assumed as much. It’s the same deal as always.. just hoping that the kinda sketchy CDs work tonight better than last week (which was a repeat of this old playlist and went horribly […]

radio slipstream – SEASON 3 – tonight

My little college radio show is set to enter its third year, which will most likely also be its last. As we have come to expect (a recurring pattern with 2 instances) the timeslot is slipping. This time backwards. THE SLIPSTREAM, with your delicious host Damon Muma from MIDNIGHT Monday to TWO on Tuesday on […]

Introducing The Slipstream

The slipstream lies under, above and within the mainstream. It’s a safe zone in the wild currents where nothing is anything but what it is.The slipstream is about music first and foremost, and it tries to be fairly all-encompassing about it. I can’t (and won’t try to) say that I provide an equal representation of […]