gaawd damb boi
I just can’t
|earl grey:||how do you take your tea?|
|lady grey:||favorite outfit?|
|irish breakfast:||what country do you want to visit?|
|peppermint:||what's your favorite holiday and why?|
|milk:||do you have any allergies?|
|sugar:||tell me about your first crush|
|honey:||type out the last text you sent|
|green tea:||where do you feel most at peace?|
|bubble tea:||what ride would you pick at an amusement park?|
|mug:||when/where do you normally drink tea?|
|chai:||what do you order at starbucks?|
|oolong:||what are you hoping to be doing in ten years?|
|herbal:||post a selfie|
|coffee:||surprise coffee ask! how do you take your coffee?|
I now present: a song that sounds more like dreaming than any other song I’ve listened to before.
Terraform by Mutual Benefit is just one song from Lefse’s “Space Project”, which includes a lovely, stellar assortment of talented artists and actual space sounds.
The audio tracks that form the raw material for Space Project were recorded by the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 space probes that NASA launched in 1977 and still uses to study the outer solar system. The satellites carry numerous instruments fine-tuned to record in different portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. The “sounds” recorded by the Voyager probes aren’t sounds in the conventional sense; rather, they are electromagnetic radiation fluctuations in the magnetosphere of the planets, moons and large asteroids the Voyager probes traveled near. Each celestial body is composed of different elements, has its own size and mass, and therefore sounds unique.