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Phil got Dave to watch '2 girls 1 cup' yesterday. Given the almost limitless potential for human advancement that the internet could provide, it's perhaps not surprising that that's pretty typical of where things tend to end up. Judging by his press release the man Spoelstra shares similar concerns and here gives something of a voice to the confusing information overload of what nobody calls the ' ...

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The Almighty Internet by Spoelstra
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 22 July 2010

Phil got Dave to watch '2 girls 1 cup' yesterday. Given the almost limitless potential for human advancement that the internet could provide, it's perhaps not surprising that that's pretty typical of where things tend to end up. Judging by his press release the man Spoelstra shares similar concerns and here gives something of a voice to the confusing information overload of what nobody calls the 'information superhighway' via his particularly skewed, chaotic and fun take on electro. There's quite often a regular beat going on but the general melodic feel is one of happy accident, random not in the ultra-programmed way you might expect from an electronica savant but in a more human, improvisatory way that might at first seem at odds with the super artificial sounds used (which frequently sound like those used on the MIDI soundtracks to primitive videogames) but makes perfect sense in the context of the concept; the internet being largely a massive humanity-reflecting improvisation in itself. Computer madness, as Steve Poindexter might say..


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