Author Archives: DECAYKE

About DECAYKE

I join words and break notes.

Clair Obscur – Santa Maria b/w Toundra

Delighting this Omday morning considering the parallels between [The] Screamers and early Clair Obscur output. This now legendary (to niche nerds and hoarders) colddarkwave duo, an apropos ugly cousin of no-wave, here psychotically scrapes the rust off of punk’s irony … Continue reading

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Is It Me Or The Dog?

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TV EYE is REAL

Yes it is.  

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Gigantic Roverine — Henry Darger

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Gigantic Roverine — Henry Darger

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Quicky Record Reviews

Blood Stereo – Your Snakelike King – Academic double-blind studies of homemade contact mics surgically attached to both the internal and external grape parts. Textures galore! Typical anti-riff-pro-ruffian wasteduct rush from BS, here with warped melodies and hook after hook after … Continue reading

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Christophe Agou

Christophe Agou. I was so impressed with these photos that I reblogged these from “Masters of Photography.” You’ll find the link for that blog in the right margin of my page. My gratitude to him for turning me on to … Continue reading

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Noise-Arch – Cassette-Era Download Archive

Some of you many already know about this but I just found out. Takes a little time for news to get to the swamp. The news is famous for steering clear of The Ancient Miasma. On a personal note, it’s … Continue reading

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O/M – “Peeking Housing Bloc” From 2004 cd-r “Pitaunce” (Disposable Thumb Recordings)

Braving the binary electro-miasma of the past for the coming crimson maw of aromatic pulses, I’ve decided to post this, because underneath the vortex of amputation detritus (duck!), there are rhythms to be plucked. And that I will do. With … Continue reading

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Miklós Jancsó – 27 September 1921- 31 January 2014

Having been looking closely at the work of Tarr recently (see earlier post), I came across a recent obit at the New York Times for fellow Hungarian filmmaker (and a great influence on Tarr himself) Miklós Jancsó. I was watching … Continue reading

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