did you know tilde.town has a blog? i often don't and i write the thing https://tilde.town/blog.html
i'm investing in it more and just added a cute lil thing to it
hi, I focused on completing something album length during the pandemic. it is finally released and is a half soft half harsh noise album inspired by swamps, plants, family, places, field recordings, decay, lushness. it's my first ever bandcamp release and i would be honored if you peeked.
made a new harsh noise wall track inspired by 20 year old creepypasta https://soundcloud.com/graveyard-theory/even-such-smells-and-sounds-of-death-as-this-from-a-three-inch-hole
@d6 yeah! i count myself very lucky to have had great music influences growing up, including my noise friend i met bc he worked with my older brother. friend ran a noise label for our little region and was peddling releases (his label and others) constantly. face of vehemence was his recommendation for someone brand new to noise and i took to it immediately. looking back i guess it was a new album still? this was like 2003 or 2004. prog/psych rock dad and jam band band older brother-in-law laid the groundwork for me becoming a noise fiend.
this is the album that got me into noise. i bought it from a friend on CD out of a plastic bag he took to the noise shows he organized at a local coffee shop when i was in high school and he was finishing up college. i spent countless meandering country drives with this in the CD player with the volume as high as i could stand it, just basking in the literal vibration of the car.
@d6 i feel like dwarf fortress has a fundamentally different perspective on its world: a collective instead of individual one. its graphics, too, seem to be not so screen readable.
what's a text based / screen readable minecraft look like?
i was envisioning tracking a 3d coordinate space navigated with arrow keys and a text readout of mineral concentrations in your immediate field of vision
maybe a mole simulation game? but the moles can cutely make stuff out of what they dig up