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A Pretty Sonic Splatter
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play hi-fi  Do you daydream?
play hi-fi  Broken robots are still useful
play hi-fi  Swedish chocolates are not as famous in Jamaica
play hi-fi  Boarding on Flight 8
play hi-fi  Just because something isn't true
play hi-fi  Gyrogimbel shimmering in the magma glow
play hi-fi  Slow and steady does it every time
play hi-fi  Heart attacks instead of sonic attacks
play hi-fi  Return of the rusty robots TDITD mix
play hi-fi  It is fate that we met
Anne Sulikowski adjusted the chronometer on her spacejuggler and slipped into low orbit around Mekron 5. She had been hot on the trail of Phil O’Gysin who had been broadcasting pretty sonic splatters on sub-space band for the last 5,000 years. With Anne’s new technology and hyper-drive maximum orbiter machines it had been easy to locate him.
Slipping below the helium clouds, she guided the ship over mountains, valleys and forests, following the directional beams. Soon, the crosshairs converged, and the ship gently slipped into a vertical column of gas, and descended to the surface. Although she had travelled 5,000 years into the future, no time had passed for either Phil or Anne, and they greeted joyously. “It is fate that we have met, at last” said Anne, and Phil agreed. In the hold of Anne’s ship, and in the storehouse at the Mekron 5 outpost there were musical instruments galore, synthesizers, sub and hyper frequency generators, loop packagers and
Time/space delays. Soon they were jamming and surfing the subspace waves with pretty sonic splatters that created peace and joy wherever they were heard.
Welcome to the age of A Pretty Sonic Splatter!
Why this name?
A big wave of shimmering aural madness enveloped us as we were jamming, oozed around us and through us, and said "I am a Pretty Sonic Splatter", and we said, yes, we are!
Do you play live?
We do play live. We both play in Psychosomatic Climax Machine, and we are planning live performances as A Pretty Sonic Splatter.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
It levels the field for artists, no longer do we have to kowtow to corporate interests...we can write the book ourselves, thank you very much.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Anne started Worthy Records as a recording collective for all music that is difficult to classify but is wonderful, and worthy nonetheless.
Anything else...?
Anne Sulikowski:
Phil Ogison:
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