Archive for July, 2006


If you’re going to be in Belfast, I urge you to go. Excellent playlists, good people.



Here’s a project I’ve been proud to have a hand in. A few of you are familiar with the work of James Curcio, designer, writer, musician, philosopher, and culture-jammer. If you’re not, you want to be.

Fluffy has spoken.

Just a look at the list of names should spark ones interest. Besides that odd man P.Emerson Williams (Choronzon, Veil of Thorns), subQtaneous includes an impressive list: Sean Marsden and Gaetan Sputnik (Elektroworx, 233project), Scott Landes (Collide, Babalon), Zac Shaw and Paul Heath (Dead Unicorn), Dave Clark (Rob Banks), Jesse DeSanto (A 3rd Wish Granted), Insanity (I&I), Martine Sinatra, Agent 036, Nate Sampsel, Anna Young, Aric Viecek (subNatural).

I’m wrapping up some final details of my humble contributions so James can put the finishing touches on it.

Described as a “stick of dynamite strapped to reality,” (Scenery Zine), subQtaneous is a diverse conceptual, collaborative album. It carves new soundscapes ranging from brutal, pounding industrial to sarcastic hip hop set over carnival music to delicately layered trance. It has been compared to Pigface, probably due to its format, as well as Coil, Mr Bungle, and Frank Zappa.

While the tracks are tied together by a common theme – the corrosive dark side of capitalism, and its effects on our psyche – none of the musicians involved in this project try to beat you over the head with their ideology. Instead it remains, as the title would imply, an almost subliminal experience that slowly gets under your skin, and doesn’t come out in the wash.

Check out the website for free pre-master tracks, and sign up to the announcement list for more details.

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I realize many of you have already seen this bit of experimentalism in a new medium for me. It appears we can embed videos. Just heard we can do this, so I figured I’d try it. There are horrendous limitations to what one can put on youtube, but some of the forthcoming videos for Veil Of Thorns may show up here. invisible hit counter

Spontaneous Creations

I bring to you today a roughly captured image and its sound. Click the picture and capture the podcast.

There were words, but I thought that keeping it at a subconscious level made it work. There’ll be more.

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To be tied together…

These are flowing from me swiftly, with a specific purpose in mind, but they tie in to much attenant myth-making/apprehending. The aproach is coming out somewhere between the old Ghastly Magazine/Phantazmagoria style and something more classical. I expext there’ll be much more of this in the coming weeks. I wish I could tell you what I’m up to, but I’m not at liberty to say as of yet.

Tell me the story embedded in the images. I’d love to read it.


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Now, This Is Some Swweet Coolness!

Damien Youth Radio

Nothing more needs to be said.

Gratitude flows to Aidan!

I’ll be back in a bit…

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Interview With Grey Lodge’s Joseph Matheny


My posting this here will make sense sometime in the future. Meanwhile, you should follow all links to whatever is not familiar to you. Half of you are in on it, the other half are in the process of being sucked in…

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Interview with Joseph Matheny about Grey Lodge.

We discuss our previous interview; The Incunabula Papers; Grey Lodge Occult Review; Gpod; the mysterious Dr. Grey; Pirate Bay; Brion Gysin and William S. Burroughs; the sTaRe Network; Bittorrent; becoming an UbuWeb affiliate; the sporadic nature of Gpod Radio; why Grey Lodge is so succesful; making his recordings of the Temporary Autonomous Zone radio show, videos of Robert Anton Wilson and projects with Psychick TV and Robert Anton Wilson and projects with Genesis P-Orrdige available on the internet; contributors Mark Pesce and James Curcio, author of Join My Cult; Curcio’s Bedtime Stories with the Anti-Christ podcast; Dave Szulborski‘s Alternate Reality Gaming work; Big City Orchestra; writers Aldous Huxley and Futurism‘s FT Marinetti; the Master Musicians of Joujouka; Aleister Crowley; what is magic; Generation Hex;; Timothy Leary; conspiracy theories as modern superstition; the future of Grey Lodge; Gysin and Burroughs’ cut-up technique; Dada, Surrealism and Cubism; Salvador Dali; Henry Miller.

Featured song is "Herdsman" by LSA.


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