The title of the album is inspired by George Carlin and his “Life is Worth Losing” show from 2005.
“I’m a modern man, a man for the millennium. Digital and smoke free. A diversified multi-cultural, post-modern deconstruction that is anatomically and ecologically incorrect. I’ve been up linked and downloaded, I’ve been inputted and outsourced, I know the upside of downsizing, I know the downside of upgrading. I’m a high-tech low-life.
A cutting edge, state-of-the-art bi-coastal multi-tasker and I can give you a gigabyte in a nanosecond! I’m new wave, but I’m old school and my inner child is outward bound.
I’m a hot-wired, heat seeking, warm-hearted cool customer, voice activated and bio-degradable. I interface with my database, my database is in cyberspace, so I’m interactive, I’m hyperactive and from time to time I’m radioactive.
Behind the eight ball, ahead of the curve, ridin the wave, dodgin the bullet and pushin the envelope. I’m on-point, on-task, on-message and off drugs. I’ve got no need for coke and speed. I’ve got no urge to binge and purge.
I’m in-the-moment, on-the-edge, over-the-top and under-the-radar. A high-concept, low-profile, medium-range ballistic missionary. A street-wise smart bomb.
A top-gun bottom feeder. I wear power ties, I tell power lies, I take power naps and run victory laps. I’m a totally ongoing big-foot, slam-dunk, rainmaker with a pro-active outreach. A raging workaholic. A working rageaholic. Out of rehab and in denial!
R.I.P. George Denis Patrick Carlin (May 12, 1937 – June 22, 2008)
Fluttering keys, quirky synths, thick bass, crunchy chords, wavy arpeggios, and crispy melodies spiced with alluring ambient sounds over dusty old school drum-kit grooves and perky percussion – chill jazzy lo-fi, mellow acid space-phonk, glitch hop, boom trap & chill Vaporwave vibe mixed with a Hip-Hop feel and the reminiscence of Reel-to-Reel, Compact Cassette, VHS, 90’s beat tapes and yesteryear’s coffee stains.