Apartment Mouth
Nystagmus

The premature baby hippo born early yesterday morning, six weeks before her due date, remained stable overnight and is receiving around-the-clock intensive care from Zoo vets and animal care staff. Her mom, Bibi, is doing fine and, because of her experience standing still for ultrasounds, is allowing milk to be collected. Vets are adding mom’s milk to a fluid mixture that is being tube-fed to the baby. She is still too weak to stand but the nutrients she’s receiving should help her gain strength.

Human emotions are attached to everything. Even things that’ve nothing to do with humans. Never in the history of hippopotamus lives has the animal (on the whole) ever needed help from a human. People just attach human emotion to the animal — or all animals, always — who do not intellectually posses these connections to mentalities. Like how rare it is for a hippo to go out of their way to help humans on a daily basis. It’s not the natural order of things. Such is putting human emotions to Apartment Mouth’s newest improv (duo) release of Nystagmus on Live God Records. Maybe all they’re trying to do is dishevel the natural order of how sound is to be absorbed. But don’t let me tell you how to think, think for yourselves:

Chocolate Grinder

CHOCOLATE GRINDER is our audio/visual section, with an emphasis on the lesser heard and lesser known. We aim to dig deep, but we’ll post any song or video we find interesting, big or small.

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