Harmonic Go

 

Black or white?
Oh, no sir, I never take sides. I just serve tea at the end. 
Kisses, Grey fan.

 



Season's Greetings PDF Print E-mail
Written by D. Bond   
Thursday, 17 December 2009 17:28

Just in time for the holiday season, Dr. Doba of the Bond Institute brings you 3 x-cruciating pieces, specifically designed to bring you to a state of blissful despondency.

Festivalis Harmonia, in 3 sections, i. obligato, ii. vindicatum, iii. alleluia [in absentium] spans 3 CDs, lasting over 2 hours - just shy of 130 minutes.

The music features minimal applications of the Harmonic Matrix Theory, limited with respect to pitch, rhythm and formal considerations, to produce a repetitive, incessant, perhaps grating, yet oddly soothing sonic environment to fill your holidays with the incalcuable joy of cynical skepticism [or is it skeptical cynicism?].

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Here's what the other institute doctors are saying about the music:

i. obligato  "like a tacky christmas tree ornament or side of beef, to be hung from a tree until someone complains about the smell." - Rev. Bado 

ii. vindicatum "like a seasonal christmas commercial, to be played until someone yells, 'for the love of the bébé jesus, would someone change the god damned channel.'" - Dr. Boda

iii. alleluia "the kind of angelic screeching you get only when god, like elvis, has left the building." - Dr. Dabo.

Leave a comment. Be the first to offer up a scathing review! 

 

Last Updated on Friday, 18 December 2009 18:01
 
Practice Match #4 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Madame Céline Beday   
Wednesday, 26 August 2009 12:40

2009-08-26

Dabo inhales...

 

2009-10-11

Doba tunes up...

 

2009-11-05

Boda holds his breath...

 

 

Last Updated on Friday, 06 November 2009 22:00
 
Practice Match #3 PDF Print E-mail
Written by D. Bond   
Wednesday, 29 July 2009 16:58

In a THAI-TANIC STRUGGLE the BIG BROWN TURD is toppled by an exposition on morality by the KARMA KAT.

Apparently playing white [N.B. it is not easy to tell when playing the classic MIRROR OPPOSITION tactic, especially if the opposition's reflexes are good, which side one plays in Harmonic Go until a harmony [hormony?]or discord arises, thereby revealing the structure of the composition] the Karma Kat called upon the power of the WHITE MOUNTAIN SONG to repel the MAMA KEY ARIA. A new lesson is learned:

the MOUNTAIN KING was sacrified in effort to utilize his foremost SAGE BLUE-EVEN to rescue the game with a spark of depth that brought the lesser PHILO-MENTALS to their knees, so to speak, defeating the EMPTY-DO-NUTTIN' CHORUS band of meditating philo-so-gasbags claiming supreme something or other.

long tea break, GREY FAN sighs,

snores, bores, whores

endless chores... 

Karma Kat leads 2:1 

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 July 2009 17:21
 
Practice Match #2 PDF Print E-mail
Written by D. Bond   
Thursday, 16 July 2009 02:18

or is it best 2 out of 3? 

The Golden Karma Kat, makes Meow Mix of the master, gaining momentum.

[Change the bulb, twice on both sides. & you take the second no problem.]   

Simple.

[a worried note: I should be happier about all this, but really, there is more than just small trouble ahead...  

If we've learned anything here, kitties,

the third is long, protracted and excruciatingly ridiculous battle, dog. A titanic romantic struggle of firey love, jealousy, passion. 

Heavens to Betsy & Mergatroid!

The Third is DüM.

basackwards MåD 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 July 2009 17:22
 
Practice Match #1 PDF Print E-mail
Written by D. Bond   
Friday, 26 June 2009 19:05

 

After a long protracted stare down, the Golden Karma Kat was the first to blink. Three cardboard blasts came from the sky: the first causing little damage, the second toppled the Kat & finished the match. Even so, the Karma Kat played on, only to realize that by the third move the Big Brown Turd had won.

The two have switched corners and will play the best 3 of 5. The winner of the match will then have the opportunity to toss the pine cone to choose Black or White.

As corporate research investigator, Mr Bond, quipped to his new young friends at the Philadelphia Museum in Duchamp's room, 'It doesn't matter if it's black or white.' - & in this case, both!

Resulting from this titanic struggle, and a little dabbling into serious mind magic [only frivolous play, mind u], the Bond Institute claims responsibility for the deaths of Michael Jackson & Farrah Fawcett.  

 

Details @ 11.

Last Updated on Friday, 11 September 2009 19:00
 
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