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The Effects of a Novel, Putative 5-HT2a Receptor Agonist on the Creative Process

By John Clarke

For my stag night me and a few mates sat in a dark smoke-​​filled room, having ingested a safe amount of legal and uniden­ti­fi­able chem­ical, in pos­ses­sion of a shitty key­board, an awesome syn­thes­izer, an ancient drum machine and some kind of stly­ophone, all fed through a very expensive bass amp. There was also an acoustic guitar lying around.

None of us are very good at music, but this is what we somehow came up with. It was recorded with a phone in the middle of the room.

The Track

It’s not exactly awesome, but I thought I’d stick it up here anyway for you to laugh at, more than anything.

Right, I’m off on hon­ey­moon in 9 hours. I’ll write some­thing else when I get back! Off in half an hour — see you all in two weeks!

3 Responses to The Effects of a Novel, Putative 5-HT2a Receptor Agonist on the Creative Process

  1. cli_hlt says:

    I like it! :D

  2. bomblol says:

    Hope you enjoy your hon­ey­moon then!

  3. JSOTS Tim says:

    More than laffs… better than nothing… I can dig it.

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