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Review: Film01 – Scott Litts

Il faut de la vie pour soutenir la vie. 

— Julien-Joseph Virey

 

While Angelicism has built a compelling multimedia aesthetic, it began as and remains largely a writing project.

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Gabber Sovereignty – Ryan Rice

        I’m on a constant search for that pleasurable audial battering of the spirit, that thumping bass that cracks the ribs and sends the body into overdrive, past the limit of human experience into pure physical release, an ecstatic brutality unlike any other. I’m listening to Drug Store Core Boy by La Peste, an old mix by a DJ who I haven’t heard anything else from, but judging by this tape,

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Review: Nick Earhart’s Four Places – Jonathan Kelly

Nick Earhart’s Four Places, published by Lillet Press, is ostensibly a ‘comic.’ It is a deceptively simple work. Each comic vignette is comprised of four discrete boxes, or “places” as the title states. We enter into the work unsuspecting. As with all cultural productions, we expect narrative, or at the very least a robust use of symbol and metaphor. Earhart disabuses us of this notion. We come to realize that there can be no narrative herein,

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Book Review: One More Number by Craig Rodgers – Justin Cooper

About ten years ago, my friend Calvin got assigned to review the latest album by the Haunted Windchimes, an “extremely popular” band from his hometown, Pueblo, Colorado.

The album was “shit,” he told me recently. He’s right. But he feared that if he wrote that, cool people would beat him up, and he said his friends were worried for him, too.

“In Pueblo,” Calvin said, “it’s basically illegal to say anything negative about the Haunted Windchimes.”

I’m left in a similar pickle when it comes to reviewing One More Number,

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