Audiophile. Gewf Specialist. Every song on this page, is in the playlist on my device.
Founder and soul Moderator of DJ Jennifer Haley Maher's SoundCloud Group: https://soundcloud.com/groups/dj-jennifer-haley-a-true-pimp-the-original-swagga-monstar
Playlist: The Gewf Ball Mushroom Monty (Geeky, Electronic, Inexorably White, & Funky as a Mutha...)
G.E.W.F. Bands all day long. GEWF: (Geeky Electronic White Funk), Inordinately electronic based music indicative of a very homogenized disco sound; an aggregate of all dance, club, house, and electronica with overt disco overtones, encompassing the primary foundations of dance and disco, i.e. heavy base lines, sparklingly ethereal electronic overtures, high pitched singing voices, produced by bands whose members reflect a caramelized culmination of the stereotypical physical affects characteristic of or associated with the iconic aspects of a "nerd", or, "geek", and the concept thereof, e.g. characterized by bands such as, but not limited to, Passion Pit; Neon Indian; M83; Kennedy; Vindahl; Shy Child; Capital Cities; MGMT; Starfucker; The Naked and Famous; Miike Snow; Phantogram; Matt and Kim; Foster the People; Goldfrapp; Empire of the Sun; Ellie Goulding; Cut Copy; Discovery; Bag Raiders; Owl City; Phoenix; Tegan and Sara; VHS or Beta; Wolf Gang; The Royal Concept; Chvrches; Class Actress; Big Black Delta; Antonionian; etc.
Schwaaggaa Is Reserved for MonStars.
When I was a young boy, I remember watching a monster movie with my family. At the end of the flick, my mom asked the most interesting question: If you were in a monster movie, who would you want to be? The choices ranged from, the Protagonist/Hero, to the military powers fighting the good fight, to the ordinary citizens running in terror; some with more resources to accomplish this than others, e.g. the wealthy, having access to private aircrafts, etc.
After my brother and my mom posed some common scenarios of the advantages to this group, or that, I realized just how different I really was from the rest of my family, and I mean my entire extended family, of which, most of whom referred to me by the knick-name bestowed upon me by them. This knick-name reflected nothing more and nothing less than just how far apart my thought process was from theirs.
My answer to this question was Revelation; transformative, and distinguishing. It both, shocked and vitalized the participants and the discussion. To this day, I am and have been set apart from all my biological family members, and on multiple levels. I continue to aspire to mantle of all that exists outside the box.
My answer: "If I were in a monster movie, I'd want to the be the monster, because everybody is afraid of the monster, but the monster isn't afraid of anything."