Our Late Analog Planet

On page 31 of the production notes for Catch and Release, the new Jennifer Garner romantic dramedy, the biography of composer BT states that he:

is the creative force currently driving digital songwriting and soundscaping in its evolution into the audio-visual-spiritual art-form that will define and inspire the human narrative of the 21st Century. He is re-mastering the obsolete soundtrack of our late analog planet, reassmbling from the chaos of smashed bytes blurring our sampled lives a new paradigm of beauty for "This Binary Universe" - which happens to be the title of his most recent release.

But can we dance to it?

Ed Ward
Posted 01/25/2007 07:41:32 AM

Jeez, he's okay, but he's not Prometheus...

Posted 01/25/2007 07:52:58 AM

I am only now realizing how empty my life has been. It's about time someone "defined and inspired the human narrative of the 21st Century". We're six years in. I feel like we've missed so much.

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