there Is a band like this

Oh, there's a band like this.
seems like they'd be loud, like you don't think so at first but then you go and they're louder than you thought, but it makes sense. Seems like they're into other things too, like.. well I can't tell exactly what they're into, but if you pick any particular thing I think I could tell you if they like it or what they might say. what they might be wearing to play the show, how they present themselves.
how they talk to each other

identifying certain melodies or riffs as belonging to a particular imaginary band, finding out certain things go together, same recording, same band, same song?
way of doing cover artwork: imagine doing something with the record, giving it to someone for example, or hurrying to open a next box of them to sell one, pulling at the kraft-paper tape filaments
which would entail imagining the record cover without attending directly to what it ought to look like. glimpse of the cover. several glimpses.
does he turn the record over, try to read the back? how do his eyes move/ where is the writing

blue question mark spray-painted on our jc-120 grill cloth
 making fun imaginative and most importantly impressive user interface for forensic image manipulation
like TV show detection threshold. the sounds of this imaginary computer program. sounds to describe latent data bits floating free of their mire... digital solvents, chemical reaction analogy sounds.. fizzing, ads for cleaning products, optics catalog ad sounds mirrors lenses..
an ebay auctioneer's face reconstructed by their reflections in images of shiny objects they've posted for sale-
idea completely divested of any scariness, any music cop show themes, put in place some microscope music? bagel shop music, just for fun background sounds atmospheres.. morning crowd sounds (?afternoon) voice barely pops out [those voices you are happily surprised get transcribed on to the closed captioning] happily requesting a code for the free-to-customers-wi-fi. scroll printer sounds. sounds of talking around snack table at sampling of technical conferences-- the era in which computer programming languages could be substituted for natural language requirements in Master's programs. a room full of people who did that. a dial to adjust just the sound of the snacks in this soundscape: more clinking, the value of the china on which the cheese is served, reduce gooyness, adjust into crumbling, into crackers. coffee service clinks. building AC sounds. model le corbusier air flows/ ancient air flows.