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#002 Joe Snape

Okay, I have to put something on here, which I have annoyed my friends with for quite some time now, but I want to make this marvelous collection complete. 425 more words

MinXus Mail Bag: Collage & Ephemera by Discoflux (Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA)

Mail art by Discoflux (Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA)

We holler a big “Howdy” and extend a secret MinXus handshake and a nod and a wink to Discoflux who brightens our ever-so-humble pages with this… 69 more words

Mail Art

MinXus Mail Bag: Gu's Snail Mail Revolution is a Riot (Norfolk, UK)

Mail art by Gu (Norwich, Norfolk, UK)

Tenderfoots need no introduction to longtime Mink Ranch and network fave Gu (aka Gina Ulgen). She is widely admired among us as an artist in general, a brilliant collage artist in particular and – especially with this recent package – a creative spirit capable of transforming mundane mail into art. 392 more words

Mail Art

MinXus Mail Bag: Rare Card by DSF (Dopesick San Francisco) (Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)

Mail art by DSF (Dopesick San Francisco) aka Michael Kelly (Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA)

Tenderfoots know DSF is a Mink Ranch fave. He is also a widely known artist/persona in the Eternal Network and beyond. 237 more words

Mail Art

Scene and Heard - CCLXXI : Pry - Major of Roses (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Right from the off there is something of Bowie’s Blackstar vibe at the heart of this second single from Major of Roses. Not perhaps in the vocals, here they fall into deeper and more resonant realms, but the dark minimalism, the poignancy of the lyricism and the general brooding nature of the piece. 244 more words

A Room of Ones Own -  Kini (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

There is a wonky charm and disjointed wonderment that threads its way through I Too Overflow, the single that paves the way for the soon to be released album A Room Of Ones Own, a beguiling sound that is at odds with the songs subject matter. 359 more words

Typhoon Goes “Darker” With Our Obsession With Memory In New Single

Portland-based octet Typhoon explores the fear of losing memory in their new single “Darker” where they blend eerie elements of dark rock with post-pop rhythm, creating a hauntingly dreamy soundscape. 296 more words