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Fascinating Things : Issue 21

And still they come, it has been a bumper year for new music, and this week in particular has been replete with fantastic, fascinating things: 647 more words

Album Review

Upcoming Publication

Exciting news! I recently sold two more short stories (The Homecoming and Forgive Me Not), and they’re both being published next week!

The Homecoming… 86 more words


Fascinating Things : Issue 20

A biblical deluge of new things in this week so only time for  some short and sharp reviews:

Mammoth Penguins – Hide and Seek (Fortuna Pop!) 846 more words

Album Review

AltSciFi.Zine: Issue Zero



+ World Will Not End Next Month, NASA Says

An Internet rumor that a large space rock is going to slam into Earth next month gained enough traction that NASA on Wednesday… 2,055 more words

Fascinating Things : Issue 19

Hot on the heels of the new Chelsea Wolfe comes the debut album from Myrkur, the Danish one-woman black metal project. Myrkur (“darkness” in Icelandic) burst onto the scene l in mid 2014 combining the rawness of second wave black metal bands like Ulver and Darkthrone with a natural sonic, ethereal beauty, creating a wholly unique perspective on the genre. 316 more words

Album Review


Down with Death!

By Alain Badiou

Let’s start from the notion of nihilism. What does it mean? Nihilism is a figuration, a diagnostic on the state of the world and of thought, which established itself in the nineteenth century (we could argue that in a certain sense the first nihilist philosophy was Schopenhauer’s) on the ruins of the old religious and class convictions – as if nihilism had come along to name the void in which the collective symbolisation found itself. 4,296 more words


Fascinating Things : Issue 17

Montréal chamber rock ensemble Esmerine return with the new full-length album “Lost Voices”, described as  “the most dynamic and incendiary record of the group’s career”, following its highly-acclaimed and Juno award-winning 2013 release Dalmak. 716 more words