Friday, May 17, 2013
Everywhere's a fracking toaster party
Conversation is a human art, and the finest humor in life is not forced, but rather shared between friends in the most casual and unassuming of ways. Not that I don't appreciate a good Black Books episode, or Bananas, but I think you all know what I mean. I can appreciate talk radio most in that form, when it's just a few friends jawing, as opposed to the "we're here, to make you laugh" brand.
Husere Grav proved to be an excellent guest in this context, our kinship obvious and natural. His live recording from earlier this year at NY's The Stone, a dynamic capture of his sound art in action, drew lively praise on our comments board.
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The main titles from Devil's Nightmare (aka La plus longue nuit du diable), music by Alessandro Alessandroni | OK Putrid (new CDr + tape combo on Rainbow Bridge) | Gegen Gravitation und Willensfreiheit | Stink (one-man black metal from Netherlands; on the great tape label Zwaertgevegt)
Click on Tony Todd's iconic Candyman, to reach the archived audio, playlist and comments for last night's horrorcast™.
NEXT WEEK: Live music, a double-bill; Pat Murano and Tom Carter /// Dried Up Corpse (Woo-hoo! Much more info at that link.)
Thanks as always for listening!