ArtificialLeech

Evyn , 22, USASenast sedd: igår kväll

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  • fordervetsinn

    hey dude , check my band :) DEMENTIA SENEX - metal from Italy, for fans of Gorguts, Ulcerate and Cult of Luna. http://drownwithinrecords.bandcamp.com/album/heartworm - www.facebook.com/dementiasenex

    3 jul 14:14 Svara
  • Audiolepsia

    Audiolepsia - Cenizas (official video) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5COJf0drhA http://audiolepsia.bandcamp.com Thanks for listen us!

    29 jun 18:21 Svara
  • stupidstuff

    Nietzsche is someone I'd like to read - and I think he and Dostoyevsky have some similarities, or at least the character of Raskolnikov from Crime and Punishment who views morality as being entirely dependent on the perspective (or maybe, abilities) of the individual. But I know next to nothing about Nietzsche and am going on memory here from a blurb I read somewhere about the influences Dostoyevsky operated under while coming up with the character of Raskolnikov.

    21 jun 21:29 Svara
  • stupidstuff

    Well friend, I can say got it cut down to size without too much trouble. I've found it goes a lot easier when I don't let it get too out of hand in the first place. It's kind of like most things in that sense! So you actually read books? Are you reading one at the moment? I'm reading The Idiot by Dostoyevsky... I'm about 1/3 of the way through and I've yet to see why exactly the main character is supposed to be an idiot... which makes me an idiot I suppose.

    21 jun 21:03 Svara
  • stupidstuff

    OK I've learned two new things today: the history of the artificial leech and the meaning of the word androgyne. I need to weed whack the backyard. When this is done I'll feel I really accomplished something today.

    21 jun 12:17 Svara
  • rearthband

    Hi Artificial Leech, we release our first video "Pain For Loss" if you like comment and share \\m/_ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSOP6eRQHuk&list=UUta2ArrSKxYBiKMKN0Sd0fQ

    30 maj 17:01 Svara
  • lordnehczneg

    hi greets from germany . realy nice library. it seems you also like drone. maybe you will like my small drone project. http://nehczneg.bandcamp.com/ ------ http://www.lastfm.de/music/Neh+Czneg -----

    28 maj 12:28 Svara
  • Hari_Maia

    Listen to my folk: http://www.lastfm.com.br/music/The+Dramatic+Theory

    25 maj 19:24 Svara
  • Eshuei

    Amazing taste, man

    14 maj 14:27 Svara
  • Karaouq16

    awesome :) and yes it is :D it never gets old

    16 mar 20:32 Svara
  • Karaouq16

    hey :) you play electric violin? awesome, i play violin also though i dont have an electric one but anyway cool

    14 mar 02:13 Svara
  • Pillorian

    It was.. amazing. Half of the show was improvisation they cooked up especially for this "tour". I don't really know how to explain how I felt or what that evening did to me, but it was truly wonderful. I was saddened to hear that they cancelled their Maryland Death Fest show. I'm glad I didn't go through with my plans to go. Aside from that lovely event, Netherlands was charming and the towns I visited were lovely.

    12 mar 00:13 Svara
  • Pillorian

    Took me quite a while to get back to you, my apologies! I see you've been listening to Shaolin Death Squad. An awesome group as well. I've been pretty giddy about the collaboration but I haven't heard it yet. Guess I'm waiting for the right time. I recently got back from The Netherlands, where I finally got to see Ulver live! How are you?

    22 feb 19:55 Svara
  • MrJisc

    A really good music taste, greetings from México...

    24 jan 02:19 Svara
  • Venusfly91

    it's quite unsettling to be using and sharing thoughts on site knowing it's being moderated by some criminals, but thankfully, I never used FA much. Quite funny tho that the people they chose to moderate the site are incompetent at codes. Who knows why?

    22 jan 00:25 Svara
  • XfnSnow

    I went through a phase a few years ago where I listened to Ulver pretty obsessively. Saw them live every time they played london and made a special effort to go to the Oslo opera house gig too. Of all their recent music I've definitely been most excited about the Sunn O))) collaboration. :D

    19 jan 09:41 Svara
  • XfnSnow

    Thanks for the add! Looking good over here. Excited much for SUNN O))) & Ulver?

    18 jan 01:01 Svara
  • Pillorian

    Ulver. That alone is enough for conversation. :)

    29 dec 2013 Svara
  • methodpt

    Feel free! hehe. I hope you'll find some interesting projects. :)

    12 dec 2013 Svara
  • methodpt

    Thank you very much. I'm glad you find meaning and joy in it, as I do while producing it. :). Also you've got great charts here on last.fm, tons in common with mine. :)

    11 dec 2013 Svara
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Greetings, and welcome to my Last.fm profile.

My name is Evyn. I'm a 21 year old androgyne anthropomorphic-obsessed artist and graphic design student focusing on 3D modeling and animation. I also play a couple instruments as a hobby.

If you take a good look at my music taste, I feel it more resembles multiple people's libraries mashed together than one universal commonality or genre tag. A kind of violent collision of the weird and esoteric. I therefore listen to any music that interests or amuses me, and although this usually falls somewhere in the experimental and/or atmospheric umbrella genre, there is too much variation to give a definitive description of my interests. I do, however, tend to gravitate toward music that presents a consistent theme or concept that is tightly packaged and well designed.

I am a Secular Humanist and an Existentialist at heart. I am also passionate about Transhumanism.

I am also a very friendly person, so feel free to drop me a line whenever. I love meeting new people.

(user photo currently by: Dan Elijah Fajardo)

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Concerning Names -

The name Artificial Leech is fitting because it itself is a chameleon. Calling to mind a robotic creature, it evokes an air of sophistication and technology that goes far beyond our own time's awkward mechanizations, and yet is squandered on replicating a creature seemingly so reviled by it's hosts as that hapless parasitic worm. It is at the same time refined and rough, organic and mechanical... It is the embodiment of esthetic dichotomy, contrasting points of view that bring out the best in each's partner through conflict. As a result it fits my musical taste quite well.

The Artificial Leech itself was a Victorian-Era medical tool that at the time represented the heights of their sciences. As bloodletting was the remedy of choice for the time, the Artificial Leech, a precursor of the modern syringe, was invented to make the process much less... icky. Although the intent was good and the technology sound, the science was, needless to say, lacking, as whatever marginal actual value the living Leeches had as a painkiller was negated by their cold, metallic replacement, which caused only harm by depleting the immune system and spreading infection thanks to lack of sterilization. High-minded though they were, the doctors who used this technology were harming their patients with the very device that promised to cure them.

To me this seems an appropriate metaphor for... well, a great many things.

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