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Archive for February, 2006

Daily Northwestern Article

Thursday, February 9th, 2006

There’s an article in today’s edition of “PLAY,” the Daily Northwestern’s entertainment section, about my album, “Elements,” for FAWM. Unfortunately, they didn’t link to my weblog or my DMusic page, and only referred to me by my real name, Michael Johnson. Which didn’t appear on this page until just now, so any searches would have failed. Hopefully, this post will help.

Read the Daily Northwestern article.


Thursday, February 9th, 2006

Vanadium is named for Vanadis, the Scandanavian goddess of love and beauty. This track is dedicated to my incredible girlfriend, Sarah, my very own goddess of love and beauty.

Sarah, thank you for putting up with me, especially this month, when I’m preoccupied with music all the time. You’re the greatest!

Listen to Vanadium.


Monday, February 6th, 2006

My new track, “Antimony-110,” is my interpretation of radioactive decay, specifically depicting the decay of Antimony-110 (half-life: 23 seconds). Antimony-110 decays into Tin-110. This gave me an idea for a potential future track also about decay, only the first element would decay into a second, which would decay to a stable isotope. I’m not sure if I’ll do that or not, but it’s a pretty cool idea, I think.

Listen to Antimony-110.

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