we who are your closest friends feel the time has come to tell you that every Thursday we have been meeting as a group to devise ways to keep you in perpetual uncertainty frustration discontent and torture by neither loving you as much as you want nor cutting you adrift your analyst is in on it plus your boyfriend and your ex-husband and we have pledged to disappoint you as long as you need us in announcing our association we realize we have placed in your hands a possible antidote against uncertainty indeed against ourselves but since our Thursday nights have brought us to a community of purpose rare in itself with you as the natural center we feel hopeful you will continue to make unreasonable demands for affection if not as a consequence of your disastrous personality then for the good of the collective
Yeah I can’t believe it either. You can give the whole track a listen on the Pitchfork Article and download it on Occupation Records’ site.
He has recorded a benefit song for Occupy called “The Decline of English Murder” about the greed of banks and the incompetence of government. It’s out today viaOccupation Records (the label of the Occupy movement).
This video which P4k posted with Moore walking around Occupy LSX is interesting if you like his stuff.
After writing that post about Broken Magic (you can get it on your Kindle too) I realized that I should also have written a post about another friend’s project. That friend is Brent Newhall. Brent involves himself in several projects, the latest of which is a comic book series called Red Ax. While I haven’t read it yet the art’s clean lines and detailed images impress me and hell, it’s using sex in a way that’s not cheap. Brent said he’d give me a copy and when that happens the reviews or ideas it spawns will show up here. You can pick it up on Drive Thru Comics for $2.99.