I filled up my laptop’s hard drive (mostly with music), then tried starting a DVD conversion project. Turns out computers don’t like to boot up when they’re too full. Whatever. The upside is that transferring music to an external drive has helped me discover music I own but haven’t explored yet. For example, a while back, my friend Tex homeshared with me My Life in the Bush of Ghosts, and after finally diving in, I found that it’s a fascinating record, full of rhythmic craziness and imagination. All the vocals are sampled (IN ANALOG, which must have been an unholy pain in the ass), which makes each track a unique piece of art, worthy of exploration and enjoyment. Hard to believe this record was released in 1981.