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Track Review: Elon Musk “Don’t Doubt ur Vibe” – SG Phillips

“What a piece of work is a man, and how easily conscience betrays him. He listens to the voice of duty- and what he hears is the license of passion.”
-Thomas Mann, The Magic Mountain

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A Conversation with bibles on The Better Face of Fascism – Scott Litts

The Better Face of Fascism is an exceptionally honest book. The author, bibles, is unapologetically transparent— a transparency maybe best achieved through anonymity. Everything from manic ecstasy to self-loathing depravity, megalomania to helplessness, is explored through his meandering journey. Inspired by the idea of Currentivism, which capitalizes on the speed of technology to collapse the space between the artist and their audience, bibles’ style is one of intimacy and immediacy.

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A Review of Kathy Acker’s Book, Empire of the Senseless – O F Cieri

        Kathy Acker is one of the many things I’m supposed to like, along with American Horror Story and Tim Burton. But Kathy Acker is different, because Kathy Acker is flattering. Kathy Acker represents the American Dream. A sex worker who became a successful poet in front of the cinematic backdrop of seventies New York, gaining class and therefore maturity. Basically she gave the johns exactly what they wanted but by calling it poetry she reached readers who thought being a john was shameful.

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Never Negotiate: Elytron Frass – Manuel Marrero (featuring Elytron Frass)

Note: in the spirit of immediacy and spontaneity which birthed this series, now revived, no formal interviews were conducted. Quotes eschewed. All material is presented as a dialogue between Elytron Frass and Manuel Marrero, perhaps indicative of a shared past life regression. An informal dialogue that has gradually transpired over the course of a year without attribution after all authorship and ownership of these ideas, the people’s ideas, is a rank urge that should be rubbed out,

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