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Spraypaint Blowtorch is me, Richard F. Yates, using a virtual synth program to make noises. I don't know how to use a synthesizer, for one thing, so this is more of a "wow, this thing makes cool noises," instead of a "check out my awesome new song," sort of thing. I like noises, and computer generated blurpy squeely things are just about my favorit…
 
Spraypaint Blowtorch is me, Richard F. Yates, using a virtual synth program to make noises. I don't know how to use a synthesizer, for one thing, so this is more of a "wow, this thing makes cool noises," instead of a "check out my awesome new song," sort of thing. I like noises, and computer generated blurpy squeely things are just about my favorit…
 
Spraypaint Blowtorch is me, Richard F. Yates, using a virtual synth program to make noises. I don't know how to use a synthesizer, for one thing, so this is more of a "wow, this thing makes cool noises," instead of a "check out my awesome new song," sort of thing. I like noises, and computer generated blurpy squeely things are just about my favorit…
 
Spraypaint Blowtorch is me, Richard F. Yates, using a virtual synth program to make noises. I don't know how to use a synthesizer, for one thing, so this is more of a "wow, this thing makes cool noises," instead of a "check out my awesome new song," sort of thing. I like noises, and computer generated blurpy squeely things are just about my favorit…
 
Spraypaint Blowtorch is me, Richard F. Yates, using a virtual synth program to make noises. I don't know how to use a synthesizer, for one thing, so this is more of a "wow, this thing makes cool noises," instead of a "check out my awesome new song," sort of thing. I like noises, and computer generated blurpy squeely things are just about my favorit…
 
This monologue is from a radio play about a guy who is too thick around the middle and goes for a walk around a lake to take in some exercise, but he runs out of steam and decides to sit for a while on a bench and rest. In this moment, our character muses on the nature of memory, the memory of nature, electronic communications technologies, psychos…
 
This is both a performance art piece and an educational moment. The Sack-a-holics kick the old sack around, counting each contact with the sack as it occurs. Once the movement of the sack stops they then comment on how they feel, each individually, about their accomplishment. The entire episode is then replayed in "Creep-O-Sound," slower but weirde…
 
This piece is a conversation held between three members of the art collective known as The BUNNYHEADSQUAD: Richard F. Yates (aka Supreme Bunny Warlord), Mariah Yates (aka Momo), and Elise Yates (aka Pants, Elvis, or, most recently, MC Spoiler). The conversation is mundane and carefree. The sound quality is questionable. The length is considerable. …
 
Pants, Thrash Bandicoot, and MC Bunghole perform "Pumpkin Juice - A Tribute to Dio"Recorded (on a crappy, old, hand-held tape recorder) on 22 May 2010. Lyrics by Pants and Thrash Bandicoot."Produced" and mixed by Supreme Bunny Warlord"Pumpkin Juice - A Tribute to Dio"Pumpkins are orange and blood is redI stabbed you in the eye and now you're deadCo…
 
This is a poem I wrote, also in 2009, using a chance method. As quickly as I could, I scribbled words and phrases that came to mind onto note-cards and tossed them into a pile on the floor. When I'd gone through a sufficiently sizable number of cards, I picked up the pile, shuffled them, and flopped them face down onto a table. Then I grabbed an fo…
 
This is a poem I wrote in 2009 which I decided might be fun if read by a robot. I love the cadence of electronic voice synthesis programs, and I love the pronunciations of "questionable" words. I use a lot of those in my work."Smudge. Rough. Random. Crunch."...Rumble. Jump. Excrement. Filling Station. Adultery. Lamentation. Crumpled. Fission.Deplor…
 
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