Saturday, November 25, 2006

The ten best tracks that you will never hear in a club

(aka: why no one ever lets me DJ twice)

Aborym - Chernobyl Generation
Alien Vampires - I'm Dead Fuck You
Angelspit - Nurse Grenade
Blood Axis - Eternal Soul
Cinema Strange - Greensward Grey
Coil - Teenage Lightning II
Death in June - Christine the Lizard
The Mercy Cage - Prozac, God and the Atomic Bomb
Mother Destruction - Ride, Rune, Ride
Sopor Aeternus & The Ensemble of Shadows - The Conqueror Worm


If you know anywhere in the South of England that plays such things, then please for fucks sake inform me. Be aware, of course, that I have never found anywhere here whose idea of 'alternative dance music' extends beyond Apoptygma Berzerk and KMFDM (and those are the edgy tracks between the Rammstein dance remixes and Nine Inch Nails). I wouldn't be surprised if I was the only living human being in Bournemouth (Lets not even talk about the Isle of Wight) who's even heard of :wumspcut:, Neuroticfish, Scapa Flow, Laibach, Oomph!, The Invincible Spirit or VNV Nation, let alone formulated a desire to dance like a robotic maniac to their music.

I mean, seriously, I live in a cultural fucking void. 95% of the club nights here carry either the word 'breaks', 'cheesy' or 'funky' somehwere in their description, and the others are very, very dire alternative nights (When a night advertises itself as Metal, Punk, Indie and Alternative and you can't get the DJ to play The Sex Pistols or The Misfits because 'not enough people will know them' then you know you're in trouble).

I've given up on ever finding a decent metal night.

Friday, November 24, 2006

The Appliance of Science

Ultra-intense laser blast creates true 'black metal'

Gods, I love technology. I hope someone remembered to forward this shit to Fenriz. The next Darkthrone album will consist entirely of the sound of crucifixes being shot with femtosecond laser pulses.

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

On Thelema and Anarchy: My personal philosophy

I have decided to delete this post. It is an artefect of a time in my life when I was rather confused and bears little or no relevance to my current beliefs. To leave this material online would be to spread disinformation against myself.

Thursday, November 09, 2006

An Open Letter to Jon Ronson

I have decided to delete this post. It is an artefect of a time in my life when I was rather confused and bears little or no relevance to my current beliefs. To leave this material online would be to spread disinformation against myself.