i quite like that phrase as a title. another i had thought of, following a comment you made about the lyrics in listening in for static, is 'we float around these days'. should we have a handful of possibilities and then run them through the discussion/editing process.
i had thought of some sort of hook for the remix, but everything i tried seemed to just fill up the space too much without actually being brilliant, so i decided to let the bass line remain as the hook, accentuated by little things along the way. granted, it ain't pop, but then, dub isn't.
i still like the current telafonica site aesthetically, but think it would be good to change. what i think i'd like changing the most is the number of levels required before getting to the actual content. i do, however, like that, even a few years after it was put up, i still haven't really seen anything quite like it on the web. i think that spirit should remain intact. of course, that will probably mean a longer period of creating.
what is our agenda going to be visually? i think we've come a long way in developing an aural agenda in the last few months, and that has helped create the music incredibly. perhaps a similar system of being really specific about a visual agenda will help us develop the idea. is the website going to relate to album packaging in any way? so perhaps the name of the album and its aesthetic are therefore important considerations in terms of the website. is what we do as a live visual thing going to impact on it all?
sorry i don't have any actual ideas at the moment - just vague feelings. but if we can make those concrete, i think it will help.
i've started making a list of people we'd like to play live with. i think we should exchange lists over the weekend.
lastly, have you had a chance to get all the things from your computer into files i can work with at home?