hey! looks like you have
I respect that decision, but you may find the experience of browsing the treehouse… not great.
for example, links to branches may not work properly. I cannot do anything about this; it's due to how
<details> element works.
<details> will not expand itself automatically to reveal the linked element to
I did my best to at least keep the site readable in this state, but you can only do so much with plain
HTML and CSS.
Pinky promise this website does not contain any malicious code such as trackers or cryptocurrency
if you don't believe me, you're free to inspect the source yourself! all the scripts are written
lovingly in vanilla JS (not minified!) by yours truly ❤️ and if this box is annoying, feel free to block it with uBlock Origin or something. I have no
way of remembering you closed it, and don't wanna add a database to this website. simplicity
hey! looks like you're using a weird or otherwise quirky web browser. this basically means, the website will
not work for you correctly. I might fix it in the future but I have very limited time to work on this
website and so don't have an estimate on when that might happen.
in the meantime I suggest switching to
something more modern.
sorry for the inconvenience!
this section is dedicated to all those business pinheads working at music distribution companies who think DRM is good in any way shape or form.
I'm aware they know
very well what they're doing. just, y'know, fuck them.
exhibit 2: ODDTAXI soundtrack
I watched this anime recently and I really liked the soundtrack, so I thought to myself "cool, gotta buy it and enjoy it in glorious FLAC while I'm driving my
naturally I was absolutely unprepared for the shitshow that is purchasing music from Japan
for some reason some business pinheads thought it would be an
incredible and wise idea to introduce region locks to music!
fuck the fact that you can legitimately buy this album as a pack of FLAC files in Japan, if you're anywhere else - eat shit!
I understand that dealing with taxes and all that bullshit is annoying and expensive. but there already exists a solution to that.
it's called Bandcamp. people already use it. it works. and it's good.
and I know it's owned by Epic Games right now, but as a consumer I literally Could Not Care Less.
They handle my payments. the money goes to the artists. and all the parties involved are happy!
exhibit 1: The Flashbulb's music is gone from Spotify
today I went to listen to some good ol'e Benn Jordan The Flashbulb at work, and guess what do I see?
that's right, it's all gone!
now I know that
Benn is an avid hater of streaming platforms himself, but something didn't smell right.
so I look up his Twitter profile and
An "internal investigation" has confirmed "evidence" of streaming fraud on Spotify.
Therefore, The Flashbulb and my other music has been permanently removed from all platforms.
23 albums nuked overnight with no warning or communication.
Give me a fucking break @tunecore. 🤬
wow. ain't that fuckin' nice.
(also can I just mention I had to specifically log into Twitter on my account to find this tweet. thank you, algorithm overlords. for helping me find the information I don't need.)