The Clandestine Mod CLANDESTINE: clan●des●tine |klanˈdestən; -ˌtīn; -ˌtēn; ˈklandəs-| ~adjective kept secret or done secretively, esp. because illicit : "she deserved better than these clandestine meetings." ORIGIN - mid 16th cent.: from French clandestin or Latin clandestinus, from clam ‘secretly.’ MOD: mod●i●fi●ca●tion / mod●u●la●tion / mod●ern●i●sa●tion |ˌmädəfəˈkā sh ən| / |ˌmäjəˈlā sh ən| / |ˌmädərnəˈzā sh ən| ~noun an act or instance of modifying, altering or updating; the state of being altered - in this case a concept, theory, boundary or accepted standard : "the idea was modified and modulated so as to provide a new perspective and create a different outcome." ORIGIN - late 15th cent. (in Scots law, denoting the assessment of a payment): from French, or from Latin modificatio(n-), from modificare. The Clandestine Mod is a principle that can be applied to any and all aspects of life as a Mod-ulation, Mod-ification, and/or Mod-ernisation. It is aimed against what is common, popular, commercial, and familiar. The theory stands to break conventions by opening new ideas and concepts; and bringing and creating the newest, most experimental and groundbreaking in and through various different media. DO THE MAN-DANCE; FIRST DANCE IS YOURS . . .