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Jeff Guard

seriously, who wants to be twenty-something again? It's a state of perpetual confusion, extended adolescence that makes one look physically delicious, but all the more vulnerable for exploitation. I don't buy the types who "have it all together," they just have better PR machines. Show me someone who claims to know themselves at that age and I'll show you someone totally unaware of the authentic and a master at artifice. I'm abhor youth-crazed mythology, the "It" children are nothing but gilded lies. Merry Christmas. lol.


i have tried ands tried and just cant seem to get into tv on the radio,but it doesnt mean a thing because i can find beyonce deep in her shallowness,but i cant make excuses for art-bands and thats just not fair.What TV on the radio lacks for me is accessability and originality.Not enough connection to pop and r&B culture which is the most avant-garde shit we have now,because they reflect how dumb the masses are kept.Too studied ,too dull,too 80's white artboy(and i am fully aware of the bands racial make-up).It is as if they live in a bubble,there sound is very obama,meaning it appeases and addresses white culture first .That is so yesterday,so clinton "error"and truly dull,just as dull as a gangster rapper or a goth band or any other genre that does not recognize other styles of music.I crave a style of music that reflects the many tones of the times we live in and reflects it in a visceral fashion.Music that is unflinching , streight to the point as well as complex .I listen to cusion,Apollo hieghts,Supersuit and a new dude named baron.They are all on myspace and they kick ass.

Ben Thompson

I found more here if anyone's interested

The Gay Recluse

Sounds great orinink -- agree with much of what you say -- thanks for sharing!



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Gods final



A young boy wanders into the woods of Harlem and witnesses the abduction of his sister by a glowing creature. Forty years later, now working as a New York City homicide detective, Gus is assigned to a case in which he unexpectedly succumbs to a vision that Helen is still alive. To find her, he embarks on an uorthodox investigation that leads to an ancient civilization of gods and the people determined to bring them back.

In this colossal new novel from the author of The Metropolis Case, the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice collides with a new religion founded by three corporate office workers, creating something beautiful, illogical, and overwhelming. Part sex manifesto, part religious text, part Manhattan noir—with a dose of deadly serious, internet inspired satire—#gods is a sprawling inquest into the nature of faith and resistance in the modern world. With each turn of the page, #gods will leave you increasingly reborn.

Praise for #gods

“#gods is a mystery, an excavation of myths, an index of modern life, a gay coming-of-age story, an office satire, a lyrical fever dream, a conspiracy. One of the most ambitious novels in recent memory—and a wild, possibly transformative addition to the canon of gay literature—it contains multitudes, and seethes with brilliance.” —Mark Doten, author of The Infernal

“Matthew Gallaway’s #gods is a novel so brilliant, so funny, so full of strange and marvelous things, I couldn’t stop writing OMG WTF I <3 THIS SO MUCH in its margins. It’s rare to find a novel that so dazzlingly reinvigorates age-old meditations on faith and f&!*ing, art and eros. Luminous, enterprising, and sublimely cheeky, #gods tells the story, the myth, the dream of the human soul in all its glorious complexity.” —Suzanne Morrison, author of Yoga Bitch

“Matthew Gallaway’s storytelling manages to be both dreamy and serious; lean and luxurious. His words carry an incantatory power of mythic storytelling where beauty and savagery wrap around each other like bright threads in a gorgeous tapestry.” —Natasha Vargas-Cooper, author of Mad Men Unbuttoned: A Romp Through 1960s America

“If the ancient gods were just like us, only more so, then the same could be said for this strange, wonderful book, in which the mundane sorrows and small triumphs of very ordinary lives glow ever so slightly around the edges, sometimes quite literally. At once an oddly romantic send-up of dead-end office culture and an offbeat supernatural procedural, #gods is terrifically weird, melancholy, sexy, and charming.” —Jacob Bacharach, author of The Bend of the World

The Metropolis Case

'It’s to the credit of Matthew Gallaway’s enchanting, often funny first novel that it doesn’t require a corresponding degree of obsession from readers, but may leave them similarly transported: the book is so well written — there’s hardly a lazy sentence here — and filled with such memorable lead and supporting players that it quickly absorbs you into its worlds.'

-- The New York Times

Music: Death Culture at Sea and Saturnine

Listen or download songs and records from my indie-rock past with Saturnine here and Death Culture at Sea here.

Music Video: Remembrance of Things Past

Watch the rock opera Remembrance of Things Past written and performed by Saturnine and Frances Gibson, starring Bennett Madison and Sheila McClear.

Video: The Chaos Detective

The Chaos Detective is a series about a man searching for 'identity' as he completes assignments from a mysterious organization. Watch the first episode (five parts) on YouTube.
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