TV 2.0 Lyrics Video

Lyrics Video

Sleezy bass line and vocals mixed with an occasional techno beat and attitude – explores the dark side of the web.

John Wegner: Guitar, Synths, Bass, Vocals
Paul Wegner: Drums and Percussion

TV 2.0

Verse 1:
I am your Friend. Like me.
I am your Friend. Like me.
I am your Friend. Like me.
I am your Friend. Like me.

Click on my link. Quickly
Click on my link. Quickly
Click on my link. Quickly
I’m not who I seem. Slickly

Enter this contest – before its too late
Make sure you check – your status update
I’m in the background – 24/7
Collecting your data – its 2.0 heaven

Like me

Verse 2:
Make me your friend. Like me.
Make me your friend. Like me.
Split personality. Slightly.
I am unhinged. Slightly.

With my group of – anonymous pervs
We are known to do – more than observe
What we do nightly – is bound to unnerve
You only get what – you deserve

Touch me

Verse 3:
What’s on your mind. Poke me.
What’s on your mind. Poke me.
What’s on your mind. Poke me.
I’m in your mind. Poke me.

Put all your pictures – on your wall
suggestive poses and – drunken brawls
Your timeline is stored – for evermore
Hand over the key – to your door

Poke me

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Red Tyrant

Red Tyrant                                      5:18

Gritty guitars and pounding drums reveal a beast at work.

John Wegner: Guitar, Synths, Bass

Paul Wegner: Drums and Percussion

Echo of Humanity

Echo of Humanity – A time-asynchronous jam session between Kaiboard (Germany) and John Wegner (Australia). It all started when Kai saw a video of a drone flying over the destroyed city of Aleppo and discussed this with me. We both felt this loneliness and desperation of the people there. Two years ago we did the ‘Throw Me Away‘ project ( http://fandalism.com/allomerus/dqSe ) which addressed a similar topic, so we had a common understanding. Then the idea of a virtual jam session came up with music that expresses the loneliness, the sadness but also with a glimpse of hope and humanity. We started with Kai creating some powerful live music on the keys (mainly using analog synthesizers and sequencers) and then I added the guitar, also playing live. So, it was like a live session but not played at the same time. Both of us were alone but we made some music together overcoming thousands of kilometers, different languages and cultures, expressing a common view on the world. And it felt good!