Nikhil Singh’s new project Witchboy is um, fascinating. But can you dance to it? You know, like the ghost of a Sims cheerleader possessed by bees.
I would say “fascinating” as much as “pretentious”. Maybe even “kak” would be a better substitute.
To the unfamiliar, a new language always sounds like gibberish.
Nikhil Singh has always been a poor man’s version of a Aryan Kaganoff/ Helge hybrid… not that most you Gen Y (not Roger Young) wit ou’s even know who they are!
cnut way off base once again… dude it must be hard being the most uncool person in the history of South Africa. I feels for ya
I mean Aryan Kaganoff is not even a musician. It’s like comparing oranges with peanuts.
Don’t encourage him Andy.
He’s secretly in love with Roger Young and God knows that too many stalkers make Young unmanageable.
Nikhil Singh is a Cyber-century polyform. Also, if my sources are correct, he actually ‘wrote’ this (what was then called a ‘moving mating letter’) in June of 1983, somewhere in Durbs, South Africa. Some decade-anna-half later, Sims [trademark copyright blah-blah etc] the quaintly ‘virtual reality’ game, was born of an obtuse streamlining/selective appropriation of said letter’s visual aspects. Some years before the Sims ‘appropriation’ Richard D James employed aspects of its audio track, filtered them through his ‘Pop music Xt4’ computer program, and released what many call his slinkiest tune.
Miles Keylock… we’ve missed you man
while rather strange…I don’t want to hear or even see it again. It also comes across as random and lazy, which would be a shame if it’s crafted carefully over a whole suitcase of pharma-gear. But I dig that guys are doing this kinda stuff! respect
Justin K. Broadrick and Aaron Turner do it way better.
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