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Archive for April, 2010

New Video: Sweet ObsessionMonday, April 26th, 2010


I’ve uploaded the video for Sweet Obsession to YouTube.  Check it out!  It was filmed by Brooks Graham, contains artwork by Arnold Chau and edited by Ryan Smith , the same team who did Be the Change.

You can download the songs from a number of places from right hand side of Rhythma.com or buy the CD from CDBaby.

Dine and DitchSaturday, April 17th, 2010


Mel and I had walked into a restaurant that I’d never been in before.  It had one of those country cottage motifs that usually nauseate me but it had these quirks about it that captured my interest.  We sat down at a table close to the kitchen.  Each place setting and menu was a set that came in a shallow dish.  The table we sat at was faux green granite.  We placed an order with an older waitress but I was talking about wanting to go to another restaurant to pick something up.  It was some sort of Chili’s or Tex Mex style place that in my mind was nearby and we’d be able to return before our food was served.

We jumped on a big Harley panhead and rode down an alley that had interesting obstacles like a troupe of old “classic” red Honda Civics and delivery vans that were congregating and driving perpendicular to the alley.  Then, there was the a large mound of car parts that had been covered by a giant tarp.  We finally made it to the end of the alley where I made a right expecting to see the restaurant on my right, but it wasn’t there.  I turned around and started to drive into a parking lot that might take me to a different alley but we stopped and ended up in a little cafe.  We sat down at a table and I quickly noticed that there was no music playing.  I asked them if they needed music in hopes that I could perform there.  One of the girls working there told me that she was going to have a soul retrieval and that the person doing it was going to play the hollow bone.  I asked who it was but she ignored me.  In the back of my mind, I was feeling a bit guilty for leaving the other restaurant and I really did want to get back before the meal was served.

Suddenly the cafe changed into a different cafe and I had this white brick shaped digital cassette player with me.  I was playing a heavy metal ballad for one of the waiters that worked there to demonstrate it’s peculiarity.  He didn’t like it too much and walked away.  A man sitting at a nearby table grabbed the player and started dismantling it.  I got up and walked over to him and started grabbing the torn-apart pieces from him.  He told me that he didn’t like the music and I explained that he still had no right to take what wasn’t his and destroy it.  I called him an idiot and stormed back to my table.  He got up to follow me.  He was a very large man and as he got closer, he seemed more threatening.  I awoke…

Sean Michael Imler Art Work for SaleSaturday, April 10th, 2010


I’ve worked out a new place to house my art. It’s called

If you’re interested in original art work by me, this is a great service because you can buy various presentations of prints of my originals like:

Cavern of the Id

Cavern of the Id

There are currently 9 pieces up there that I really think you’ll enjoy. You can also breeze thru the thumbnails right here at the art page.


Purchase Sean's original art at
Photography Prints
Get Rhythma paraphenalia at cafepress.com

Check out the list of sites on the internet that I think make a difference.