Occasionally, a look back at your self can be beneficial. Who am I know? What have I done? Who has me been? That’s where? “:0

This is true especially on your birthday. We here at the society have many theories on birthdays but we know this fact – you only have one.


{the spacial cadets}


It’s always impressive to see that people – even in the 1960s – will always find creativity in humor and humor in creativity.



Chamber pot,

{the spacial cadets}

This applies to us:


This applies to you:

Yesterday, one of our spacial cadets visited us in NYC. Whist boozing, using, losing, and listening to music, our comp-uterus’ shuffle began playing Wanderlust, from Björk’s 2007 album, Volta.

The ensuing discussion came to a couple of conclusions:

2) First, We are in L O V E with Björk (pronounced: batshit-crazy). She is a prime example of how genius and insanity are essentially two sides of the same Incubus cassette.

1ne) Björk’s new Biophillia project is, albeit somewhat clumsy at times, a very innovative way of experiencing music. For those of you who are unfamiliar, Björk’s album is named for the biophillia hypothesis, which is the notion that human beings are universally and subconsciously linked to all other living things. Björk’s project is an iOS app that allows you to listen to the album whilst touching and manipulating a diverse array of mini-games and applets. It’s a very engaging, holistic way to experience music. You can check it out: hear. Or, just watch the intro:

4st) Björk is adorable. Watch her explain/discover/invent how a television works.

#) Her new album, musically, is great. Listen to Crystalline:

Have it her way.

Move over,

{the spacial cadets}

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