Dataisnature—now on Fbk.
Dataisnature—now on Fbk.
62 minutes CassetteÂ andÂ CD-R Download A cassette mail collaborationÂ byÂ Seiei Jack (The Joke Project)Â and Hal McGeeÂ recorded in Tokyo, JapanÂ and Gainesville, Florida, USA, 2013Â Seiei Jack and…
The Bus continues to be a really entertaining look at the commute. It’s very basic and completely silent, but the punchlines always make sense and completely subvert expectations.
Finding a comic that very well could have been a syndicated Sunday cartoon in a counter-cultural anthology magazine aimed at people who were as far from that experience as it was possible to be at the time is very strange.
Capt. George Washington Alexander was a pirate, a playwright, a torturer – and one of the most fascinating characters of the Civil War.
Captain Alexander looked like a pirate — and in fact he was a pirate. He was also a playwright, a poet, a songwriter, an escaped convict and a crooked prison warden who ran an elaborate scheme to extract bribes from his more affluent inmates.
Captain Alexander sometimes dropped by to show his latest poems to the inmates. “By praising his poetry,” Lewis noted, “it was easy to keep on the right side of him.”
Lab In Lavender 3 - Live Improv
William Burroughs (via fuckyeahbeatgeneration)
Lab In Lavender Two
Worlds of feedback/oscillation. Alesis Philtre and DOD digital delay pedal plugged in and out of Crowbar 3x3 mixer matrix. Also plugged into Crowbar, Barbie Sputnik. All that and a phone tap pickup running into a Radio Shack Sound Center toy mixer/amp, and the Sound Center output into a Realistic Electronic Reverb and that into a mini amp. Amplified listener into computer speakers. Toy mic into voice changer into old boombox speaker. Monotron into amplified speaker/mini amp.
The Field Reporter Radio #18
‘Mixed field recordings from the Brussels Soundmap’
by Flavien Gillié
As copped from the link:
“…in Richmond, or in any Southern city for that matter, you do see types now and then which depart from the norm. The South is full of eccentric characters; it still fosters individuality. And the most individualistic are of course from the land, from the out of the way places.”
— Henry Miller,
“The Air-Conditioned Nightmare” (1945)
Richmond is less than 100 miles from Our Nation’s Capital, which in pre-digital days was still worlds away from the major centers of the Counter Culture on the West Coast and in NYC, and that remove forced us to interpret and synthesize a take on the zeitgeist that was uniquely our own.