Exquisite Corpse (collage on paper A4 2015)
with Bernard Dumaine (top) Jaan Patterson (bottom)
“”The music of ancient Greece was almost universally present in society, from marriages and funerals to religious ceremonies, theatre, folk music and the ballad-like reciting of epic poetry. It thus played an integral role in the lives of ancient Greeks. There are significant fragments of actual Greek musical notation as well as many literary references to ancient Greek music, such… Read more →
d/eaR Friends & Followers of suRRism-Phonoethics, this is a message about some changes that will effect the appearance & future of this label. Over the course of time i have noticed, that most releases are being re-posted to the suRRism-Phonoethics curator page of Free Music Archive only. Internet Archive is mostly ignored, and Bandcamp, well, barely no one has the… Read more →
‘Angst steckt im Konsum nicht genug zu bekommen.‘ -André Pissoir Read more →
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Glen Armstrong, Jay Blackwood, Maurizio Brancaleoni, Cid V Brunet, Casi Cline, Steven Cline, David Coulter, Daniel de Cullá, Santino DallaVecchia, Dylan Debelis, Ashley DeFlaminis, William Doreski, Bernard Dumaine & Elle Gottzi, Daniel Fierro, Howie Good, Maurice Greenia Jr, John Grey, Dale M Houstman, Janne Karlsson, Stephen Kirin, Gilles Latour, Rik Lina, Nate Maxson, Andrew Mendez, D. Russel Micnhimer, Iñaki Muñoz, David Nadeau, Jaan Patterson, Brett Peterson, Patrik Sampler, Nelly Sanchez, Gerard Sarnat, Domenic Scopa, Anasor Ed Searom, Bill Wolak, Milana Zadworna.
These scientific tables in the ‘The end’, due to ‘their’ is as seen through Vedic exceptions. Sartreist absurdity and subdialectic theory and the premise of postdialectic discourse suggest that the significance of the Poet (chewing stellar gum) is in significant form. Whereas, an abundance of appropriations concerning a clearly spoken NOT, in fact, desublimation, but that predesublimation exists makes this an awkward fact. The… Read more →