Random and Incohesive
Random and Incohesive

Random and Incohesive

Musical ramblings - 2 down, one to go.


A bit of humour for these dark days

26 Sep 2022 1 minute read 0 comments dijitalhorse

We're living in tough times and it's going to get tougher before it gets better; Putin's war and nuclear talk, climate mayhem, prices going mental, the imminent collapse of society (maybe). So here are some jokes. What did the policeman say to the ni...

Brexit. Planning for the future. Just in case

15 Jul 2022 1 minute read 0 comments dijitalhorse

Everyone knows brexit. A combination of Britain and Exit. Bloody genius. Combining Britain with Exit and getting Brexit. I bet it was a committee who done that and got paid loads. Anyway, I have come up with Slogans for other EU countries who may wan...

De-Li ! The new De-Fi. Or maybe not

26 Nov 2021 2 minute read 1 comment dijitalhorse

  Ok, so we all know De-Fi. I am sure most of us are somehow involved in it. It's everywhere in crypto - Melonswap, Leftoversswap, Vodkaswap. We have all seen and used them and they are great. Taking control of our finances and getting them away from...

Humanity's lost past

2 Sep 2021 1 minute read 2 comments dijitalhorse

Current thinking and research show that modern mankind (us) first appeared around 200,000 years ago. I have no issue with that as have most, if not all, researchers in that field. We also know that agriculture first developed around 10,000 years ago....

AGT and all that shite

30 Apr 2021 1 minute read 0 comments dijitalhorse

  I was watching AGT etc on Youtube tonight. Me and my wife and daughters, aged 8 and 10, were going with it:  having a laugh, watching the fails and all that, and watching the great performers who were world-class, obviously very talented and motiva...

Bold and the Magic Stove. Chapter 1

28 Apr 2021 3 minute read 0 comments dijitalhorse

  Hi folks, Way back in 2015, when I was living and working in Mongolia, I was inspired to write a fictional book about a Mongolian kid living in small-town rural Mongolia, as I was doing at the time. The boy's name was Bold, a character, in part, in...

Just uploaded some of my older songs to Audius. I'm sure there are more to follow

25 Apr 2021 1 minute read 6 comments dijitalhorse

  Hi folks,          I guess most of you are somewhat familiar with Audius. It's an Ethereum based platform perhaps akin to Spotify. I decided to sign-up and put a few of my old tracks on here. 3 tracks, all pretty different in style. I'm going to us...

'Dirty'. A track I recorded many years ago. Video in Mongolia

13 Apr 2021 1 minute read 0 comments dijitalhorse

  This track of mine is called 'Dirty'. I recorded it way back in 2007, in the North of Scotland, using a Korg D12 I used to have. It is based around an acoustic guitar riff, which I used to sit and play but didn't know what to do with. In 2012, I ad...

A Country Turns to Dust - an ode to greener places

9 Apr 2021 1 minute read 0 comments dijitalhorse

  A country turns to dust Our nation blows away The flowers on the steppe We can't hear them dream The hillsides are eroding The goats are eating gold Nothing left to enjoy Our young lands looking old   The mountains where the forests were Barely cli...

The Molara and The Danar (excerpt from Not Teeming with Life, a Novella I wrote)

8 Apr 2021 1 minute read 0 comments dijitalhorse

               The Molara had one great enemy: The Danar. Both were ancient. Both had immense technology. Both were warrior societies. Both had been at war since nothing could remember. And nothing knew how or why the war had started. They lived far...