March 30th, 2012 | spektrmodule

Misty Eyed

27 minutes and 30 seconds


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An uninterrupted mix for late nights and early mornings.

1.  logotone

2.  “Fly Like An Eagle” – Tickley Feather   (album: Hors D’oeuvres)

3.  “watercolor rabbit” – aloonaluna  (album:  bunny)           

4.  “Goddess Eyes I” -  Julia Holter  (album:  Ekstasis)

5.  “Thirtieth/Pilot Reprise” – Philip Jeck  (album: An Ark For The Listener)

6.  “Player” – Starbird   (album: Nanook Of The North)

7.  “Ouroboros” – Oneohtrix Point Never  (album: Returnal)

8.  “Introducing Rocket Skeleton Summer” – Concessionaires   (album:  Artificial Interface)    

9.  “Hollow Life” – Frankie Rose  (single: Thee Only One)

10.  “Brother Of Sleep” – Soap&Skin  (album: Lovetune For Vacuum)

11.  logotone


Lack of speech in this edition is mostly down to the fact that I’ve been on phone conferences for the last two days solid and my voice is reduced to a worse rasping cacklehorror than usual. 


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The Chronicles of Professor Elemental

March 29th, 2012 | people I know

A crowdfunding attempt to produce a Professor Elemental video series.  You remember Professor Elemental and his “Cup Of Brown Joy,” don’t you?  Course you do.  Behold.

AWOL Again

March 29th, 2012 | daybook

My friend Cassandra Melena has released a new postcard.

All attempts to keep up a certain posting frequency here have been thwarted.  I have been in a lot of phone conferences and a lot of email chains over the last few days.  While still technically “unemployed” – I haven’t settled on the subject of my second novel in the Mulholland Books deal yet – I seem to be talking to a lot of people about things.

I’ve got at least two phone conferences booked for tomorrow, now, and more will probably be added, and they are all with very interesting people and I am looking forward to them, but of course they are not the sort of thing you can talk about.

I’m sure some other stuff has happened, but I can’t think of any of it right now.


TRANSVERSE by Carter Tutti Void is a very good record.

Read full review of Transverse – CARTER TUTTI VOID on Boomkat.com ©

The Sunderland Wreck

March 27th, 2012 | music

“The Sunderland Wreck,” by Moongazing Hare is a sort of ghostly, deconstructed, folk music, echoing out of Denmark but really sounding to me like a Northern European answer to the likes of Scott Tuma and his strange, doomy alternate-world country drones. It’s beautiful, if somewhat chilly and alienated — sometimes it sounds like you’re in a field, sometimes it sounds like you’re on a patch of remote wasteground surrounded by bent and wrecked cars with grass growing through the tears in the tin and the only other human in fifty miles is laying face down dead in the shallow oily puddle at your feet and –

Well. Have a listen.