Category : GREAT HITS

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True Faith, Manchester Art Gallery

There’s not a lot you can add to what has already been written about Joy Division.  Especially when you have someone as verbose as Paul Morley as the go-to writer when it comes to their books and sleevenotes. However, True Faith, the new exhibition on Joy Division and New Order at Manchester Art Gallery, is

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FOURCULTURE 8 Ft. Noblesse Oblige, :Papercutz, Treeman, Stellify

“As we rally into the eighth and continually fabulous issue of Fourculture we bring you more art that simply steps out. In fact, it steps across the street. It goes outside of the box, your mind, and perhaps the definition of all that some will never come to understand.” — The Artist D, Executive Editor

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Travelers Inbound

The Artist D Meets a Man in the Woods They piled out of a beaten up cliché of a wanderer’s van. He wore a short raggedy belly shirt. His skinny stomach showing off to the world. He had a vest on. Tall with dirty blonde hair. I could have eaten breakfast off of his stomach

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ROCKET SCIENCE: I Sing the Body Mongol

Look, I don’t need to unwind any DNA from my system to find out I am not one-tenth Norwegian or six-sixteenths Cherokee or any other fraction anything else because I know my genealogy. It was taught to me through word-of-mouth sources as good as a mountain and the rest is history so well documented that

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IN THE MIDDLE OF AN APOCALYPSE: A PORTRAIT

HONEYMOON rosary beads at my throat, pink wine drips on my clavicle, my words, enchanted spells retribution for lost lovers. * IN THE MIDDLE OF AN APOCALYPSE: A PORTRAIT who are you? in this world, don’t you like my short hair all haphazard? when i hid the knife in my boot & i ate all

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TEST Release Debut LP BRAIN IN / BRAIN OUT

LA garage/punk trio TEST have dropped their deubt LP  BRAIN IN / BRAIN OUT – a collection of gritty, hard-hitting tracks that seem to explode out of your headphones while you’re listening. They’ve been described as a combination of brit rock & 70s punk – somewhat reminiscent of The Hives or The Clash – or

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FOURTHOUGHT #22 | Generation Hex

Life after death is as improbable as sex after marriage! The Artist D and Ray Cotolo riff on it like an 80 year old Snoop Dog on the front porch. While turning back the clocks they turn back the hands of their own time to determine if the removal of their childhood innocence was good

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