Wednesday, June 26, 2013

DigitaLP Korner

The Kreation Korner rarely hesitates to enthusiastically promote those whom we perceive as partners in our Kause. Rasmus Wright is one such honorary kreationist. We had the privilege of featuring several of his tracks on The Korner during the waning months of 2011. It would appear R.W. has been busy in the time that has elapsed! Just this month, he let slip his debut album upon that dynamic system of global networks that connects us all (internet). It's entitled "2&2"and initial reviews are astonishingly mixed. Although an early champion of the young prophet of Psychoamericana, venerable rock critic Rapaport Graves opined in a pithy capsule review of the album: "Quantity vs. quality? Wright's diaphanous debut disc lacks both." We gave Rasmus an opportunity for rebuttal during an exclusive impromptu hibachi-side interview at the "2&2" release party at the HQ last night: "The age of the Stadium Arcadium-length release is over. We're in the era of the Myspacebook and Microtweeting. The mercurial listening public's pendulum has swung toward the brief and I'm their humble least until I get bored." Only time will tell how history will or will not remember Rasmus Wright, but what we can say today with certainty is that we expended our weekly bandwidth allotment to post his album so please take a listen:

Monday, June 17, 2013

Header Korner

Greetings all and sundry, once in a blue moon we here at the Korner like to get a fresh take on our humble little we-blog. And being that we've been roped into keeping the drab floral pattern which is our backdrop (a binding contract with Les Bois United Virtual Wall Coverings, Inc., precludes us from discussing this matter further), we are given short shrift with regard to redecoration. Yet we have made the most of our limitations, ever striving to confront the Korner viewer with stunning, contemplative, offensive, reflexive, strident visual uncompromise from the get-go. And so it is that we present to you the latest Kreation Korner banner, itself rendered in an evocative kollage style. And, in an unprecedented move, the artist, one Boo Merengue, has presented a companion poem to be ingested likewise. Viddy:

Apocalypse in installment plans
Why pray now when you can pay on AAA credit
The death-cults will ride on digital wing
Belying their pretended ancient heritage
spam is king
And incidentally
the only food that will survive the fall-out

Don't smell the roses.

Thursday, June 6, 2013

"Video Korner"

Salutations. My name is Napier St. Anselm. I am not nor have ever been a "Kreationist" or an adherent to the "Kreationism" movement. In fact, I have had no prior association of any kind with "The Kreation Korner." But for reasons that are far too grave and terrifying to disclose to the garden variety blog consumer, I felt it incumbent on myself to infiltrate this web interface in order to disseminate a videographical warning of vast import. I assure you, I take this action with the purest and best-intentioned of motives. This will be my only incursion into "The Korner." In fact, before any one of you reads this, I will have already undergone an experimental procedure to expunge all memory of this strange incident. Although there's a good chance I'll come out of it more asparagus than human, it's a risk I'm willing to take to deliver this critical admonition. Do not take lightly: