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Aaron Ryan

“Most peopIe can’t even believe that there was a person ‘before’ Aaron Ryan.....that I somehow became what I am today....and when I say that, I really mean that they actually can’t believe it. They think that the idea of Aaron Ryan being an ‘Apostrophe’ to the segmentation of my full life.......well.......they just think that’s a bunch a gall darn horsh radish!”

“When I was first known as Aaron Ryan, way back in....what was it... like 20 years ago, it wasn’t the first time that I had acted out move as Aaron Ryan or Seen the first Seeds of his self. Aaron Ryan did not suddenly appear in my life, and he didn’t appear for no reason. I became Aaron Ryan because I NEEDED to become Aaron Ryan. Aaron Ryan was the natural destination of my evolution. People will sometimes say ‘why Aaron Ryan?’ or ‘Why not the holy president’s ghost?’, well the answer to those questions is... well... you would answer those question the same way you would answer the question ‘why are we here?’.......or......’what are we supposed to do on this earth?’ The answer to those questions is unanswerable.”


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TFPP Prisms

The.....

Ordered List:

  1. Beer
  2. Gluten Free Beer
  3. Coffee
  4. Tea
  5. Raw Milk
  6. More Gluten Free Beer

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A “nice” journey of discovery through mermaids of genres and tempiz. . There were some points which he would like to see developed differently. So he gets up and dances it: does the same dance, or rather the same choreography, for it’s a completely different dance in his body. He’s over 70 years old, like a small, dried twig, wearing a t-shirt and jeans: I remember when he stood up I had an image of clothing hanging on a clothes hanger. So he stands up, the musicians start playing, and he turns his head. Just his head: no arms, no chest breathing, no mudras, just head and eyes. And it’s all there: suddenly the air is electric with tension. No makeup, no costume, no flirting with the audience: just the essence of betrayal. With lyrics that thwart pop categorization, while being emotive and precise, going from full on vocoder rap stanzas in “The Snake...” to the RnB love and romantic expositions of “I love 80 BPM” and you get the sense that these guys could be big television music superheroes if they wanted to, but that they enjoy the less facile approach to art. They challenge you at every turn and subvert your expectations. Just when you think you can pin TFPP down, you realize it’s impossible. One minute the music is reminiscent of free jazz made with a computer (I’d rather it say “This is pop music that defies catagorization”- matt) and the next you’ve got LaDue crooning about smoking your hair as if it were the vogue new sex fetish. (as if smoking could be delicious meal that provides adequate nourishment). The first stage is that of the beauty of the skin: the actor radiates a kind of beauty through his skin, and this beauty will accompany the actor up to the age of about 25 years. Of course in Hollywood the careers of many actors have consisted entirely of this phase—and consequently plastic surgery is very good business there-- but we’re talking about Noh theatre here, not Hollywood. After 25, the actor enters the next phase, that of the beauty of the muscle. This is a phase in which the joy of watching the actor consists in an admiration for his use of technique. Sean Penn comes to mind. At about 45, the actor no longer has the physique to perfectly execute his technique. At this point, he must take stock, deciding what he can do, and what he can no longer or will never do. We also get a few guest appearances, from Hydroplane, and fellow Miami natives Amy and Devin Smith, alongside his now wife Amy. And the remix is so uniquely fashioned, one questions whether or not they are hearing the same song. Things get dreamy and creamy with the husband and wife duo reinterpreting the original with almost Victorian embellishments. One even questions whether or not Bob and Devin aren’t somehow related by blood, or something even deeper, and more threatening. At about 55, the actor enters the phase of the last flower, which has the beauty of the bone. At this point the actor’s technique seems to evaporate: he doesn’t seem to be doing anything at all, and yet we are profoundly moved.“One Six” is an energetic lyrical workout over pixelated laser funk. “Chew Bacco” then immediately brings us to the aftermath of a relationship gone awry. We start to get drawn into the lyrics and find a world not dissimilar to something Why? from Anticon might cook up. Then, breakdown, a ridiculously well crafted drum solo that pushes things a bit further.and we start to get a feel for the polyrhthmic possibilities of TFPP. No way, I’m on a diet, and Matt can’t tender to glutes.“ TFPP met on a bus. Or was it a boat? A more bus-boat. They were in Miami, Fl, but they weren’t friends. They would even talk to each other let alone share their homes with one another. Then later they both ended up in California. They lived in the desert in separate rooms but in the same pink house. Wake gave DDB some software and a bunch of CDs. Then they got some flash drives and they started giving each other Renoise files which would eventually end up as “Phil Spectator,” their first album. Wake moved to Oakland and the internet joined the band. Then DDB moved to Oakland, too. They still mostly use Renoise. TFPP also exists in the real world as a band which features DDB & Wake accompanied by various percussionists. named....