You would have no reason to know that all winter I've been attending night school, in pursuit of my Master's in Gay Mixmastery. (This is over at the Finishing School for Homosexualist Gentlemen, which, naturally, closed down for much of the week after the death of Alexander McQueen. It is in Chelsea?) In furtherance of my degree, I had to turn in a final class project, which, because it is now the weekend, we will share with the Internet for no good reason.
This project (finished just in time for the end of the gay semester, which is very short, for a class called "Hi NRG Diva Synthesis 201") began as a conceptual response to the Grammys about "good" and "bad" music, and how "good" and "bad" music is produced, and how "divas" are treated, and what "good" and "bad" music could possibly mean-but, naturally, then became mostly about defining what is the variety of music you really should take crystal to, because that's what I learned from the gays that music is totally all about.
Please note: play very loud, preferably in a cavernous dance club with people roller skating. Or at least while cleaning house. More importantly, also note: you most likely shouldn't play this at any volume. It's not actually, like, good. ("Good.")
Mp3 download: Gay Dance Party Awl Radio Nightmare. [MP3, 16MB]
Have a great gay weekend, you gays!
(PS SOON I'LL HAVE MY DIPLOMA AND WILL BE LEGAL TO DO WEDDINGS IN IOWA AND CONNECTICUT! I DO REQUESTS!)