MISC I DEERS

A Skull Splitting Ouroboros Grin

Every so often there are moments of discovery that send myself into a skull splitting grin. It's a Saturday afternoon and I'm killing time waiting for another monsoon storm idly Googleing myself, vain primate that I am, entranced by my own reflection in wired reality. And in that moment of supreme boredom I discover a wonderful review in monk mink pink punk Reading how Josh Rosen stumbled upon Seven Transharmonic Explorations In Multitonal Omnivibrationalism: Volume Six while rummaging about in the "used bin" of his local music shop was the shit. But to later read he thought the recording lived up to the hype of the disc's art, after taking a chance on this totally unknown commodity, left me with that skull splitting grin I mentioned earlier. If you get some time, and you'll need time for all the material listed, be sure to visit: http://www.ronsen.org/monkminkpinkpunk The recent issue also has a fine pair of interviews with Keith Rowe and Eric Cordier. Plus there's roughly four years of archives to dig through. Not to mention the unique opportunity to bask in the somewhat Ouroborostic symmetry of all this by discovering a web site, randomly chosen, because someone discovered a disc, randomly chosen. And so on...