Coral is a natural diamagnetic. With the correct magnetic field array you can derive stable levitation.
Hieroglyphic illustration, granite scratched
Archeology of knowing,
Generations going back, asleep at last
Beneath your feet and slowly turning.
They were here, but they aren't here anymore.
Disappeared underneath the forest floor
Ever-newer waters flow on those who step into rivers,
Into autumn cities long forgotten as the seasons crept over buildings, over water:
"You were here but you aren't here anymore.
And everything that you did has been done before."
This holy figure, carved from a single polished piece of heavy stone;
This giant idol, plated in copper: fallen down, its pieces sold.
This ruined castle, built by a massive threatened mob of flesh and bone;
This ancient temple, thrice reconstructed: flooded, burned and overgrown.
This hallowed ritual, born of a fistful of words on apocryphal stones;
This global system, unseen network; files of compiled code.
This buried city, self-guided funeral tour.
Pulled from your pocket, it'll never speak again.
It'll never speak again.
This mighty kingdom sunk to the ocean floor.
Lost, or illusion? You'll never sleep again.
You'll never sleep again.
Under the surface? Asleep in a furnace?
I don't know.
Long-time Boston spazzy math-punks take a deep breath and make their best and most dynamic record. Enigmatic lyrics and an overall atmosphere of paranoiac dread hang atop it all. Best of 2013 contenda Hex Map
Propulsive feedback-soaked basement punk jams from Boston expatriates now hanging out in cow country. RIYL dirty carpets, jumping around and slipping and hitting your head on the water heater, parties Hex Map