Thursday, April 30, 2009
—Send out naked altar offer mass-mail
—Invite local coven (they won't come, anyway)
—Hooded cloak @ dry cleaners
—Mark compass points on wall to avoid embarrassment (remember: "Leviathan is the West")
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
The Freak e.p. is undeniably LFO's other great masterwork, a percolator filled with candy and razorblades. The video for the song "Freak" is also good fun, and went nicely with the J-Horror films I was watching at the time it came out, like Uzumaki and the original Ju-On video series.
>>LFO - Freak e.p. + mpg video clip (2003)<<
(Please remember, with coolfilehost, you'll need to click the "Get File" button twice to get the prompt to download. On the plus side, I think the links stay active for a long time.)
Monday, April 27, 2009
Highlights included Guilty Connector, Repugnant and a new track by pHoaming Edison.
Thanks to Bethany for letting me fill in, and to Jed for stopping by.
Sunday, April 26, 2009
Thursday, April 23, 2009
1. Tarpaulin 10:06
2. Church Fuck 3:16
3. Ghetto Rats Fight Song 12:18
4. Horrendous 13:22
Ghetto Rats - s/t CDr (2009)
Monday, April 20, 2009
Originally posted April 20, 2006, on Beware of the Blog. Because I have no new ideas today.
Compiled in 2003 (so I guess it's worth revisiting at least every three years!)
1 Bob & Tom – Weedies
2 Double D – Blaze A Blunt
3 B-Legit – The Hemp Museum
4 Eazy E – Down 2 Tha Last Roach
5 Iconz – F Heron
6 RBL Posse – Smoke A Blunt
7 Project Pat – Blunt To My Lip
8 Redman – How To Roll A Blunt
9 Total Devistation – Hemp Rally
10 Krayzie Bone – Smoken Budda
11 Warren G – Indo Smoke
12 Warren G – Smokin’ Me Out
13 Luniz – 20 Blunts A Day
14 Luniz – Got 5 On It
15 Trick Daddy – Weed Song
16 Dayton Family – Philly Blunt
17 Andre Nickatina – Smoke Dope And Rap
18 Dr. Dre – Blunt Time
19 Schoolly D – Smoke Some Kill
Thursday, April 16, 2009
Amityville II is one creepy little bit of 80s ugliness—though for sure not a masterpiece—with Bava-seque colored lighting, a bubbling-skin possession motif, a dogged exorcist/priest, and a troublingly effective brother/sister incest subplot. If you aren't put off by some obvious visual references to The Exorcist and other assorted haunted-house movie clichés, you'll find yourself getting into this tale of rapidly escalating family violence and compelling demonic presences. You're also almost guaranteed to have that "need a shower" feeling when you're done.
The movie is based on the first-hand accounts of author Hans Holzer, whose ghost-hunting books captivated me as a youth. Holzer was investigating the haunting of the Lutz family, in the house at 112 Ocean Ave. in Amityville, LI, where the notorious DeFeo murders occurred in 1974. How much the fictional Montellis are intended to represent the DeFeos is questionable; though I haven't read the related books, I tend to think that a lot of liberties were taken. Perhaps someone who's actually bothered to read The Amityville Horror can fill me in.
The first link in the first paragraph of this post will take you to a Web site entirely devoted to the appreciation of this film (their page of audio snippets is especially enjoyable.) But answer me this—why, on their homepage, standing to the left of the priest, is there what appears to be a ghostly image of Kurt Raab in Tenderness of the Wolves?
Just arrived in the mail from Belgium! The new disc by Wrath of the Weak (aka Jordan Buck from Buffalo, NY), a 3" CD mounted on a little block of wood, with a printed cotton slipcover—and the music's really good, worthy even of its thoughtful packaging. (You can hear some of Wrath of the Weak's "dismal wall of sound" dronambulism at their MySpace page.) My copy is #52 of an edition of 66. There were also 6 copies made with a leather slipcover.
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Sunday, April 12, 2009
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Thursday, April 9, 2009
Says Ken: "I just browse around the web, looking for stuff that intrigues me. It's sort of the visual equivalent of pulling records for my show. ... I upload the images before my show and then create links, and during my show, I just cut and paste the links in to my playlist." Such modesty. I know from experience that doing a live radio broadcast, choosing music, keeping up with the real-time online playlist, and contemplating one's upcoming mic break already consumes a tremendous amount of psychic energy....
Monday, April 6, 2009
Friday, April 3, 2009
Mount Vernon Astral Temple - Musick That Destroys Itself (2003)
Drew Mulholland discography
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