Sunday, March 31, 2002

music and balls

Having decided not to see a movie with friends, nor go to a queer, but co-ed sex party, I flipped thru tv channels and AOL chatrooms for awhile. A young man popped up (well, his screenname, anyway) and I quickly recognized him as a trick from 2 years ago (I hate that word, but it's really the easiest way to describe the "slurp slurp, ooh yeah, right there, let me get a towel, get home safe. what's in the fridge" sorta encounter that is was). He danced around the issue for awhile, and I was being vague, as I had remembered our second time as being one of those "my god will this man ever cum!?" kinda evenings. But, ordering in on a Saturday night seemed like not a bad idea, and he had recently moved back into the neighborhood. The only other guy chatting me up was someone who kept asking "what do you do for a living" type questions, always responding with "cool", so I knew that was going nowhere.

But to my pleasant surprise, when he got here, he was handsomer than I remembered, I played a mixed CD from a good pal (thanks, Mike; we came during Fortune Presents Gifts Not According to the Book - Dead Can Dance - NO SHIT!), and we relaxed, etc, in the bedroom.

When he left, the night really picked up. I came in here, and got obsessed with finding and downloading "glitch rock"and various other sorts of electronic music. Nearly 3 hours of hunting and gathering (and of course boppin' my head listening, and annoying the neighbors with the too-loud, quirky sounds blasting from this p.c.) here are some highlights:

And check out this site with a few tunes from Kitty-Yo Compilation 2002.02 - I think there's a FLASH player with 3 pretty groovy songs on it.