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I have a long standing and thoroughly enjoyable tradition of listening to soundtracks while I work. There is something soothing about music made for film – perhaps it’s the lack of obvious adherence to traditional song-forms, or the feeling of space created by the absence of words. 305 more words

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Show Review: Unsound Toronto at Hearn Generating Station

By Sofia Luu

Despite the scale of its programming, I somehow always end up sleeping out on Luminato. But this year, it was a bit different. 790 more words

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Good Book

w/o Internet at home I have more time to read..and read.  Just finished a 400+ page book called Straight Into Darkness by Faye Kellerman.  It is about pre-Hitler Germany and how a troubled understaffed police department and a detective with at least a few morals left solve a case of mass murder in Munich or “lustmord” which is I think the definition of “love of death” or something.  290 more words

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Lustmord

Our Forensics: Anatomy of Crime exhibition closes on 21 June 2015. One of the more haunting pieces you’ll find on display is Jenny Holzer’s Lustmord… 1,060 more words

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Oxford: the doom inspires

REWIND<<MARCH

April’s in. March is out. What happened? The return of one of the slowest, heaviest bands in the land, that’s what: UNDERSMILE. And if you’ve ever been within a mile or eleven of their nightmare doomcrawl, you’ll know that’s no exaggeration – last year I stood within a few feet when they supported Beehoover and felt utterly punished by the set’s end. 546 more words

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Some Cold Meat...

Next to buying the Tindersticks ‘Ypres’  album I started this year with also buying two vinyls which were really missing in my collection of old school industrial music: the first Maschinenzimmer 412 album and the first Memorandum album… both on the legendary and now defunct Cold Meat Industry label… 221 more words

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Robert Rich & B. Lustmord - Stalker

Fathom Records (HS11059-2), 1995

Two ambient legends collaborate on Stalker, widely considered a dark ambient triumph.  The prolific Robert Rich and the pioneering Brian Williams (aka Lustmord) combine their considerable resources and talents to create a bleak, multi-layered, profoundly beautiful album named for and inspired by Andrei Tarkovsky’s 1979 avant-garde film. 550 more words

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