Tobias Haus investigates many sorts of sonic objects - though most often ones pertaining to ambient, noise, and popular musics - to deliberately craft colorful and spacious auditory fields.
Much of Tobias's work considers environment, advertisement, and literature as conversational impetuses central to ideological and aesthetic development. He holds a B.M. in Music Composition from the Hartt School at the University of Hartford.
Tea Time is more about posing questions than answering them; and, in such a spirit, I must say: I am trying to start a legal battle with Lipton- could you connect me to their H.R.?
(on the dangers of civility;,)
i am held prisoner in a cavern;
the dragon who has captured me
says he's looking to take up a
perhaps snorkeling, or community
something to get back in shape.
i cannot possibly offer my opinion
he has already started devouring my mouth, ow
stories, of course, have ways of betraying appearances
waves on the street to you
and me in his brightly,
Britishly, humorous kind of
and each day heads home to
his unmade platform bed and
elects for wine and Sudoku
instead of visiting the
graveyard like he promised
himself he would.
Benjamin, oh, Benjamin;
let me stop by next Sunday-
i'll bring homemade lasagna
and we can talk about your
dream of being the oldest astronaut in space, at 87.
there is a particular strangeness to aerial-shot cooking videos. perhaps it's their insistence upon anonymity, or their total lack of authorship regarding something so completely essential and personal (food.). in any case, vacuums have to eat too.
for questions, commissions, scores, etc. looking forward to hearing from you!