my show at Honey Ramka ends today

"Pre-Post-Internet," the exhibition, ends today. :-( Thanks to Honey Ramka for installing, displaying, and documenting the show -- it was a pleasure working with them. And thanks to the Frieze Teens group for visiting last week. (Photo via the gallery's Instagram hashtags #friezeteens, #tommoody, #prepostinternet)
That's Jesse Martin of Honey Ramka in the center of the photo. Some photos and commentary by Frieze Teens member weirdaesthete are below.

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"Three Things They Taught Me"

streaming audio on Bandcamp

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Opening track of my new Bandcamp release, Layered Timeline Events. The track features samples from a youtube-famous sales motivational speaker.
LP notes:

"Layered timeline events" is a prosaic way of saying "songs," in the DAW world of ingrained software conventions (which I happen to like at the moment).

I'm also interested in a place where modular synth and PC music are indistinguishable. Typically I have no idea what was used to make what a few weeks after finishing a tune so I must be succeeding.

The LMMS workstation was used on a number of these tracks, hence the "street" version of its logo (lmms.io/download/artwork/) used in the cover graphic. Also employed were Carla, Tracktion's Waveform DAW, and a bunch of Eurorack investments, I mean, modules.

"Organleggers" is a Larry Niven term, especially appropriate in an era when the elite of Silicon Valley enjoys transfusions of youthful blood to stay alive.