Illusory Pseudoupdate

Illusory Pseudoupdate


We use this

instead of blog or, if you wish, a diary. Also you can find here some fragments from various interviews and a number of answers to frequently asked questions.

We use this

instead of blog or, if you wish, a diary. Also you can find here some fragments from various interviews and a number of answers to frequently asked questions.

Our fancy secret of being always fresh. It has a very common format of content: a couple of images plus some text. Read the full description

A couple of images



Some text

Isn’t it lovely that we discover so many obscure names from the past: Alex Russell, Raymond Scott, Jack Ellitt, Delia Derbyshire… I can easily picture someone releasing all these forgotten gems in a variety of formats accompanied by emotional statements that could make one burst into tears: “What a genius he/she was! Such talent! So ahead of his/her time!” Of course, it’s so much more convenient to release music by a dead musician: no negative feedback, fans and music lovers are exalted, and all the sales revenue goes to the vendor. This might as well be the fate of all good noncommercial music: to eventually become nothing more than some shrewd third-party entrepreneur’s promising investment in a hip retrospective.

 —  Idiosync


Non-illusory updates

usually appear in our updates history.

Non-illusory updates

usually appear in our updates history.

By the way,
another entertaining way to use this pseudoupdate is to play it like a game. For example, you can think of a picture and then keep clicking refresh until it loads in both slots. You can also compete with your friends, the one who gets the wished combination first wins!
And you can tell someone's fortune using these pictures and words. For sure.