Bladerunner OST – Tales of the Future

Was re-listening to the Bladerunner soundtrack for the first time in a while the other day; I've almost forgotten how bloody amazing it is. One of my favourite tracks below.

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Squeegee

I was recently mildly fascinated by the whole 'squeegee men at traffic lights' thing and my curiosity took me to Window Cleaning Magzine and some wiki articles..

Fact #1: In London, they are called Squeegee Merchants; slightly more noble sounding.

Fact #2: Squeegee-ing can be serious business.

Fact #3: RIP Lindsay

 

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Christian Boltanski’s CHANCE

One of a few installations as part of the Sydney Festival this year @ Carriageworks; quite hypnotic. There is a death counter which was a bit more alarming.

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Chloe says hi

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It’s on.

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Lace Curtain – Falling


Dead sexy sounds.

In a "dance in misery" kind of way.

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