“Climbing The Corporate Ladder”
Just spitting what I’ve been shown: not only is Sam Benanti feeling the vibe in this here video of last year’s NMESH single “Climbing the Corporate Ladder,” but I also think the writer is picking up where listeners last left NMESH visually in the DREAM SEQUINS® trailer. FUN!
Yet, as the moisture stirs in every office environment, it’s purely a mystery how one can entirely and continuously try justly reaching for the top. Let’s figure morality, here. We got plenty of this clowning and joshin’ going ‘round, but when it comes down to it, your co-workers merely just want to do the dance better than you. But actually, Jan and Steve are your fucking husband and wife, and the corporate sector has replaced all three branches of the U.S. government. Rick in the corner is technically your son, but 35 years older than you. Having to shit every thirty minutes with the other employees feels like it might just be the coffee. Vacations to Puerto Rico are taken via pill under the basement stairs. Nothing is as everything seems.
Catch NMESH on the fly-video scene with new visuals for the sizzle-snap beat of “Climbing the Corporate Ladder,” off new AMDISCS release DREAM SEQUINS®. Shoot, maybe the fellah should just go Beyonce and pop off videos for the entire next album.. Orange Milk into this idea?? #hints #hi
As the 70s cowboy would walk in more modern boots, Virginia Trance (Scott Davis) rides that same strut-stride along head-nodding first single “Your Guru.” Just truckin’ on by, really, slick guitar, acoustic rhythm, walking bass, beaten up drums, and smooth-but-slightly-tattered vocals. Set up camp, though, ‘cause traveling this far within the Virgina Trance, one finally finds their inner-self OR, “Your Guru.” Mountain tops and rustling bushes. Branches stretching from the mind to the melt. That noggin stewin’ up a good batch of brains, sizzling between each bubble of imagination bursting between nods. Yet, it’s kept contained and calm. You weren’t sure just what you were buying, but it’s all good. Eyes closed. Focusing on that owl cadence in the trees. Pine cones falling gently onto bushels of needles. Maybe you’re next. Maybe it’s New York or Memphis.
Need I continue. Feel “Your Guru” via Virginia Trance will help listeners grip the depths of their inner drip. Prior to Virginia Trance, Scott Davis road a horse named Images and spent a yearlong tenure in Psychic Ills. “Your Guru” comes off Virginia Trance’s FIRST release, a 7-inch with the track “Something in the Air” on the b-side. Tracks were mastered by Matt ‘MV’ Valentine, mixed by Tres Warren, and recorded at Big Snow Buffalo Lodge. You can purchase here to fully enjoy your inner moments.
• Virginia Trance: http://virginiatrance.bigcartel.com
When asked, I told a lady I was, “enjoying the break in the weather,” standing “PROUD” at the register near the tall windows at the front of the store at work. The sky was grey with the breathe of winter, but my apartment wasn’t frigid when I woke up this morning, my cat not cradled under the radiator for the bowl-full-and-no-more of heat it fed the space between the peach-colored walls of “daPlace”. The lady responded by telling me to enjoy it before the snow started falling, as it was in the forecast for later that day. Sure enough, I walked out of the break room at the end of my meal break later on, and what once was a grey sky, soft enough to suggest it could turn blue, was falling between the blurs from quickly descending flakes of snow. !”!mor’green!”!
B-4a*Spring is right. Check it out at the NBKB Bandcamp page, and buy the album for the low(?) price of ¥222. It might help alleviate those winter weather blues, greys, whites…
• NBKB: http://nbkb.bandcamp.com
Gaming some 21 outside in Danny Reo’s back yard. Layup fails. Listening to half a radio station, barely picking up from the antenna. Breezes in the summertime drinking Gatorade, talkin’ about that movie Thinner; caught an early show at the dollar theater late afternoon on bike. The mixture of commercial or AM Gold, maybe smooth jazz grizzle out crackling speakers. Mrs. Reo’s new age tracks pumping out papa bear’s stereo system inside. A horn. Kitchen window cracked and the breeze catches a whiff of pizza pie from the counter. Water balloons sitting in a bucket, yeah. Favorite Adam Sandler cassette flops out a shirt pocket, cracking just a little bit, but will be totally playable when found again. Mad mosquitoes marking minimal mine fields along ankles.
A tennis shoe gets stuck and’s left in the screen door while someone has already gripped a slice. If you pretend hard enough you can smell it. And if it wasn’t pizza that just swelled the senses, it was that fresh night air: crisp spring-into-summer degrees. Sweatpants and all that net swishing, Danny’s older brother pulls up in his Inifiniti asking about the score and Danny says, “1-2.” Danny’s brother nods and we nod and he leaves a few more Gatorades by the backdoor. Memories are always best remembered in 1080p. Soft in tone yet swag-level M30 Infiniti editions, limited to 100. Could you imagine there’s only 100 M30 Infiniti whips left for sale? Well, that limited edition IS only available through 1080p, so grip ASAP and listen to the “1-2” track for the sweet tease before it arrives.
But most importantly, what went on in or was in Danny’s older brother’s car? Answers found at 1080p..
The Spirit Advantage of Nerftoss definitely is a “Truth Tackle” when you figure it out. Much like Adam Ferriss’ video for “Truth Tackle,” viewers perceive the Nerftoss reality through a filtered experience, but unabashed in perception. As we initially witness the shadow of an aircraft’s wing, the camera is positioned to watch the ground move quickly and vastly into the unexplored territory. Considering the digital manipulation of all the negative colors and smear, one can’t quite tell when the aircraft has lifted off, or has ever lifted off. Has it been in the sky since seeing the wings shadow? Are those clouds or particles of snow?
Questionable are the images in this here video for “Truth Tackle,” but so are most moments in Nerftoss’ new tape on Leaving Records, Spirit Advantage. Most of the time, I’m thinking about whether what I’m listening to is music or a dimensional stretch into the unknown. Then I feel my fingers are there, but not really, and the high of audible psychedelia sets in, as I’m certain something is crawling around my feet at work. Am I flying? Is this reality? Can I get much higher? All I know is Leaving Records should scrill up Adam Ferriss to make an album video for Spirit Advantage, cause I could watch “Truth Tackle” forever, most likely. Scope Leaving Records today for Spirit Advantage by Nerftoss and grip a tape (limited to 200) before they sell out.