muted post horn

 "Each couple on the floor danced whatever was in the fellow’s head: tango, two-step, bossa nova, slop. But how long, Oedipa thought, could it go on before collisions became a serious hindrance? There would have to be collisions. The only alternative was some unthinkable order of music, many rhythms, all keys at once, a choreography in which each couple meshed easy, predestined.“ - Thomas Pynchon, Ch.5 from The Crying of Lot 49


Entirely beautiful, especially 18:03: “Consequences of Goodbyes.” And look at that Pynchonesque artwork. Ahhh.