Today's Cut of the Day comes in form of a story dreamed up during a Deelay Ceelay live experience. The scene: My friend Aaron and I enter the main room of Holocene. It's packed. We can't make out much of what's happening on stage. Not only because we're relegated to the back due to the mass crowding, but also because the heavy fog pouring from the stage where Deelay Ceelay have just begun its set. We can see one member of the band. Well, part of one of him. His arms to be exact. Drumming, or maybe just air-drumming. Where else in life would we see that motion? He could be playing Whac-A-Mole for all we know. Let's make up a story about what we're almost-seeing to fill in the gaps of what we're not seeing. This music is fun. A little arcade-like. Let's let it inform the story. Each song, projection on screen or our movement within the room (enabling us to see better) dictates the next scene. And this is what we came up with, song by song…
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