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Saturday, November 19, 2005

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Luka, totally blowing my fucking mind.

Wild Boys RE/Visited: the Meme-Ghost of Burroughs speaks to us from beyond the grave...his skits and routines take on a life of their own and possess the Blogosphere, cut-and-pasting our future-past into something uncomfortably recognisable as NOW...Ugly-Spirit Era WB re-inhabited, pre-describing our future-history, mocking our inability to move outside of locked monkey-habit eat/shit/fuck traits. Last wednesday night, I was (quite rightly) pelted w/ rocks by a 20-strong gang o'teens outside the Co-Op, Yeovil. They're playing Vivaldi, f'fucksake, to stop the little bleeders assembling in the car-park outside.

Luka, this is fucking genius. But you dont need me to tell you this.

When's the book coming out, man?

MUSIC, YR MIND WILL LOVE YA

A raft of synapse-munching new CD-rs from Michael Donnelly & various astral-travellin' compadres in Australia, NZ, America and beyond; lovingly packaged and all available from the MYMWLY site. I'll let Mike tell ya all about them:

Autumn galaxy - "Harappa"...shimmering blankets of glass sound lay fallen upon concentric ears: this gorgeously spaced collaboration between Brad Rose and Ville Moskiitto unfolds slowly in delicate patterns: very pretty...

"Sound Surrounds us" volume #3...four long tracks by four different acts for four different whacks....Rameses III get off the planet, With Throats as Fine as Needles dig into the clay and rock, Ffehro wander, lost, through the woods, and Ajilvsga fall backways into the ocean...

Terracid - "Abraxas"...soil, then fatness of thinking, although the top of the skull is better at letting the light out...

Alligator Crystal Moth - "Solis"...2nd release following their debut on Foxglove...more bone, less meat; less muscle, more sinew; fewer thoughts, less synapse; more Time, less Space...

"Every time a monkey dies," concludes MD, "a baby gets its eyes."

A four-pak of interstellar wig-outs...so, get on over to Mike's place and grab yrself a fistful of future-folk classiks...