Monthly Archives: August 2015

Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Long March by bart plantenga

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The Long March by bart plantenga     The meditation of the trail: Walk along looking at the trail at your feet and don’t look about and just fall into a trance as the ground zips by.  • Jack Kerouac Don’t fall asleep on the Metro-North Train out of Grand Central late at night or you’ll end up somewhere you never in a million years thought you’d end up with the midnight hour approaching. If you’d been on that train, …

Runaway Doors by Jeffrey Cyphers Wright

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Runaway Doors by Jeffrey Cyphers Wright         I     Door scratched out of homemade sky. Door made of pink tongues Forever telling jokes To a door of white ash. Door of my skull etched Into a door of candle wind. Doors buried under moth dust. Doors with no business being doors. Doors without borders. The war on doors. A door without a country. A door that’s in a jam. Runaway doors Swaggering through leftover heaven.  

Michael Alan Alien Invasion — State Of Grace: 13 Years of Happenings

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Michael Alan Alien Invasion State Of Grace: 13 Years of Happenings (feat. Tim Love Lee & Brave Souls) at the Tanja Grunert Gallery 33A Orchard St, New York, New York 10002 on August 8th, 2015 6pm to 1AM EST         On Saturday, August 8th from 6pm to 1am (EST) Michael Alan Alien Invasion presents “State Of Grace: 13 Years of Happenings” — a celebration of thirteen years of “living, live, love, community, fun, positivity, oddness” with a …

B-rain Folklore by Anla Courtis — review by Mark McCawley

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B-rain Folklore by Anla Courtis   review by Mark McCawley     Artist: Anla Courtis Album: B-rain Folklore Country: Tokyo, Japan Genre: Experimental, Classical, Folk, World Label: Yogoh Record Release date: 21 Jan 2015     The very best experimental music should take the listener on an entirely new sonic journey with each new hearing and withstand repeated listening. Anla Courtis achieves both with the ten tracks which make up his 2015 release, B-rain Folklore. Virtuoso, multi-instrumentalist, Courtis performs all …