Every Friday over the last five weeks contained previous tracks from the “Healthy Work Ethic” audio sculpture series with one exception — last week.
Frankly I was too busy with holidays and dealing with other pressures to keep that lock, but it thankfully raises a key distinction of modern entertainment.
Internet publication flexibility allows publication itself to become part of artistic expression, and I enjoy embracing that benefit.
I feel safe assuming a lot of music that you listen to has a laid back groove, so the main beat is not deadlocked in a robotic timing way therein, but falls slightly after that beat (with some timing variance for each one) for a looser and more natural feel.
Reality is terribly complex, so the idea of forcing consistency against that complexity is severely problematic — yes, I’m no longer just talking about entertainment, but the standard life beats (be at work on time each day, and do same tasks on time then — unhealthy stress from reality’s inevitable complexity is not an excuse, even though logically it most certainly is to serious societal detriment given the widespread insistence of such unnatural coercion). Responsible flexibility (combined with purely necessary core rigidity) for maximum natural adaptation (and therefore survival and “thrival”) is one of my main metaphorical tunes in this lifetime (and sadly a terribly missing ingredient in mainstream society due excessively to thuggish simplicity), but enough of that here.
You may be wondering about the title “N Be Yeah Too K”. After ample consideration, my senses purely leave me towards the enigma of this piece. It may seem obvious, and in some sense, it indeed is obvious, but characteristics beyond tradition form an enigmatic quality best left unexplained by yours truly (for reasons frankly that I don’t even understand).
If you’re interested in the prior posts of this series, then…
My highly recommended way to experience Healthy Work Ethic is to turn off the lights, set your best audio system to your loudest comfortable volume, apply a comforting and lawfully used psychedelic (e.g. cannabis) — e.g. Blue Dream — and listen to (i.e. ride) the whole 45 minute long “sonaride”…