new album ~~~~ Todd’s Paresis ~~~~ out now

[ONE]  I was in the vicinity – El galeno saw me fall ‘2’ days ago – I had a seizure whiles in the offing – in the room of hearts or picas – cannot bring to mind. Galeno came out in the waiting room, which also had hearts and saw me trying to walk – my stance was aberrant and inconclusive. I couldn’t plan the first trance/stance because my left leg developed a weakness in the territory of the alpha dermatome – that that not prpoisense – it was turned in and very puny – not with an air of consolation and the committee arrived and dr, well. Todd’s Paresis.  [TWO] It was turned pigeon toed and I am walking on my – birds rushed against 2 diametrically opposed windows – shattered all bones and tinted the glass like frost – with my knee completely bent. It lasts anywhere from 27 minutes to an 20000 seconds or an a half and a quarter because 6 birds died – perhaps Todd’s or lack of aerial proprioception – i care if bones cannot be accounted anymore and the lack of fusion with frost or metal is imperfect. It only happens after my bigger seizures. (a) we have told. (x) every single bird. (n) one of my neurologists. (f) my right leg is fine. (q) does yet every bird has failed to transcend (xr). (Tao) Todd’s Paresis. (l) Never before. (phi) no other said anything. (int) How significant is this? (real) Todd’s Paralysis?

released 21 November 2011


Lopez DoNaDo

While studying music theory/composition at the Music Conservatory of Caracas Jose Angel Lamas, Dr. Jesus Lopez-Donado received his BSc (Hons) in Electronics Engineering from the Simon Bolivar University (Venezuela) in 1997, later, his Ph.D. in artificial intelligence applied to signal processing from the University of Ulster (UK), in 2003 and his postgraduate certificate in education from the same institution in 2004. He has exhibited several installations and performed with a number of experimental bands. In February 2000 he joined the School of Information Engineering at the University of Ulster as a lecturer in multimedia and bioinformatics. He then emigrated to australia and became an A/Prof in informatics at USQ. He has being associate editor in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and an invited editor for the IEEE Transactions’ series. His research interests are in, computational creativity (biological complexity applied to music), bioinformatics, medicine and generative music. He has published over 30 peer-reviewed articles, one edited book (available here) and one monograph (available here). Pursuing more humanistic goals, he commenced post-graduate medical studies (2007-2010) at Griffith University Australia. He believes that, despite an ubiquitous demand for specialization in modern society, the idea of a modern homo universalis (polymath) is still fundamental and achievable by fully integrating artistic, humanistic and scientific endeavors within a sole ideological framework.