miercuri, 26 iunie 2013

untitled dream landscape june 2013

sâmbătă, 30 martie 2013

marți, 25 septembrie 2012


romanian awesome great FOOD

some Great news along with little dirty realities.

time passes, Lucas came to us on 1st of september 2012, i hope ill be able to manage everything around, now when there's no job to get to, and money is so thin that i even forgot how they look like)))))
anyways, heres some good stuff: ------Bill Gould & Jared Blum - The Talking Book------ Dark drones rumble underneath the tracks, while grainy guitars hint to long forgotten melodies of lonesome americana nostalgia. Distant voices flicker here and there creating a ghostly, haunting tension. Together with the eerie reverbs that appear ever so often, the tracks have a strangely deserted, sometimes nearly shamanic feeling to it. Ranging from thick bass-ladden drones and delicate sound-mangling to bitter sweet piano or guitar lines, “The Talking Book” creates a large variety of different atmospheres and sound-aesthetics that all manage to maintain a saddening melancholic touch. What sets these tracks apart from a lot of others pieces working in a similar field, is the pacing of the elements…“The Talking Book” is an album that shouldn’t be missed.”
and heres the album: http://torrage.com/torrent/3038C596723040C68FE7A7FAB7D90151F06AEB76.torrent

marți, 10 aprilie 2012

new job. hopefully more creative this time.

working at IL MAESTRO GALLERY, a photo studio, where i might be overwhelmed but i love working there, and i hope i'll get my ass working more as promised at least to myself.
i hope everyone is allright around.

miercuri, 6 iulie 2011

new shit

new job, sales assistant for iduna denmark, running all day, selling, explaining to idiots about proffesional cleaning products, eco and bio, drinking late night, listening to new music, smoking rolled cigarettes and forgetting bout art

sâmbătă, 27 noiembrie 2010


nothing new, just eating, swimming, dreaming, drinking, avoiding everything.
i hope i will be able to get myself out of this normal state.
it makes me feel comfortable right now, but its nothing to live in.

marți, 21 septembrie 2010


i have been started to appear more often on internet through different blogs and pages, which is probably good, thank you very much, you people, the ones that encourage art.




vineri, 12 februarie 2010

vineri, 18 decembrie 2009

new UNTITLED work

after a long pause, digesting and with a trembling hand on the mouse i clicked on some ideas.

miercuri, 11 noiembrie 2009


Following "The Dark Places Of The Earth", "Beyond" is the second limited edition sequel to "Others". And just like its predecessor, it sees Lustmord digging deep into its sounds and atmospheres to go back to his "Where The Black Stars Hang" days. Again, gone are the gritty bits and guitars of "Others", as Brian Williams focuses here on what he does best: huge, monumental, pitch black spacial sounds that just need to be listened to as loud as possible. Lustmord is a monument in itself, and, unsurprisingly, I can not recommend this album enough. Mandatory.


luni, 19 octombrie 2009


these are new CONTACT DETAILS for paintings and everything else:

yahoo messenger : c_cordos666

email : allmusicguide@yahoo.com

phone :

0724 802 911

vineri, 28 august 2009

some new stuff, after long time accomodating with new job, trying to stop trembling hands, and frustrations.
thank you/ (title: Modern Aging Suicide 2009)

luni, 6 iulie 2009

lullaby for broken hearts (2009)

silence solitude and screaming snails

do you feel loved?
details on www.artbreak.com/bodyhater

duminică, 28 iunie 2009

ROME - FLOWERS FROM EXILE!!!!!!!! just another GREAT GREAT ALBUM from Jerome!

here we are again listenint to another great album from JEROME REUTERS
Into the heart… With ‘Flowers from Exile’, the Luxembourgish folk formation ROME surpass their work to date, which already includes three full-length albums in just a few years. Just as early releases were apocalyptic and aggressive in nature, the expressionistically-tinged CD ‘Masse Mensch Material’ (2008) could be said to have a revealed inner vision. ROME’s universe was expanded by proud resignation and sweet melancholy. The latest album, ‘Flowers from Exile’ (2009) goes a step further in this direction. Similar to the early albums of the legendary songwriter Leonard Cohen, stories from the (inner) exile are told here with fatalistic gestures and dark timbre; of the longing for a lost homeland, of loneliness and eternal travels, but also of unexpected friends far away and the actual homeland in your own heart. Songs such as ‘The Secret Sons of Europe’ or ‘To Die Among Strangers’ (which was previously released as a CD single) form a song cycle full of metaphors for estrangement – the poetry of longing. Highly detailed arrangements use the sound of the flamenco guitar as well as mysterious samples, pulsating beats and sad melodies. In ROME’s songs there lives a stoic sense of the melodramatic. As well as Cohen, one must look to icons such as Tom Waits and late Johnny Cash in order to be able to describe the lyrics and voice of Jerome Reuter. ‘Flowers from Exile’ is just as much an emotional as a critical work. The personally stamped album of a modern singer-songwriter which tells of journeys both within and without. Jerome Reuter’s moving vocals and Patrick Damiani’s complex musical arrangements leave the musical roots of folk far behind and send these ‘flowers from exile’ to all listeners who are willing and capable of feeling the dignity, the hope and the pride behind the lyrics and who are prepared to recognise themselves in those restless spirits whom the twelve part song cycle conjures up. Into the heart…

joi, 25 iunie 2009

trying to get back to computer and work!!!

i have been trying to get back to my computer and learn and work some more, my job at kaufland keeps me down and busy, moaning and thirsty for art and sleep, music and sex, wine and despair.
here's one of the latest ideas printed on hardpaper painted over with acrylics and watercolours, for sale for 100$. keep breathing and keep yourself warm for the next weeks to come. take care my beloved unknown friend.

vineri, 22 mai 2009


Black Math Horseman
Wyllt (2009)

Black Math Horseman = Led Zeppelin's bombast + Black Sabbath's rhythm section + 1970s psych rock dilation + Isis' minimal-maximal dynamics. This is a horrible description, I know. But when listening to Wyllt, it's impossible not to hear decades of record collecting riffling by. Parts of "Deerslayer", for example, could have been on Badmotorfinger (Soundgarden chaneling Sabbath), Ritual de lo Habitual (Jane's Addiction channeling Zeppelin), and, of all things, She Hangs Brightly. Sera Timms' mostly cool-tempered voice suggests Nico on 4AD, complete with ghostly reverb. The gauzy "Torment of the Metals" recasts the Doors' "The End" as Krautrock. But though this record was raised on radio, no cuts are obvious singles, especially with Timms haunting the back of the mix. A college party soundtrack this is not.

For all the references this record evokes, it feels elusive. The band seems like it's working from deep within its influences. Songs are layered yet minimal. No jam sections here-- every note is in its place. The result is a studied diligence that's appealingly austere, yet frustratingly restrained. Black Math Horseman have potent ingredients, but they cook them at a simmer. That makes Wyllt a smooth listen, but it rarely boils over. Most attempts to do so merely raise bubbles.
Classic rock was scary once; Black Math Horseman could make it scary again.

marți, 19 mai 2009

drinking wine, back from work at 12 o clock in the night, sketching new photos, while listening to BEYOND SENSORY EXPERIENCE - NO LIGHTS IN OUR EYES (2008) - one of the best dark ambient albums ever listened to.