Toxic Turntable #14

Currently listening…

• Pigiz Ligiz, Pigs and Grapes (2003)
• Jag Rote Kill, West by West (1972)
• Ziel Lovkopf, Wir Dulder (1980)
• Louve (+), Tb Rehearsal Tapes (1993)
• Hord Voe, Nord/Sud (1966)
• Ozark Swamphony, Sonic Remedies (1960)
• Blutfloh, Die Zauberflohte (2000)
• Zwoir, Oromig (1996)
• Flitwick Youth, Six Sieves (1989)
• Iuscaic, L2-B3/J7 (1995)
• Tiertochter, Elmsfeuer EP (2005)
• Eothorn, Duchess Esmeralda (1973)
• E.F. Dall’Abaco, 12 Concerti (1972)
• Jamie Hendrix XPRNS, Mosaïk (1996)


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Der Sechsimus in der Musik

• Als Heifetz das Werk dann durchspielt, scheitert er mehrmals an einer extrem schwierigen Passage. Der unfehlbare Heifetz soll zu Schönberg sagen: Dafür müsste ich mir sechs Finger wachsen lassen. Schönberg erwidert angeblich: Na ich kann warten.

• When Heifetz then played through the work, he made several mistakes in a very difficult passage. The impeccable Heifetz said to Schoenberg: “I’d need to grow six fingers for that!” Schoenberg allegedly replied: “Well, I can wait!”

Performativizing Papyrocentricity #61

Papyrocentric Performativity Presents:

Orchid KidThe Orchid Hunter: A Young Botanist’s Search for Happiness, Leif Bersweden (Short Books 2017)

Deep in the DarkThe Tunnel, Eric Williams (1951)

Faces and FactsThe Self-Portrait: A Cultural History, James Hall (Thames & Hudson 2014)

Persian PoolReligions of Iran: From Prehistory to the Present, Richard Foltz (Oneworld 2013)

Hooky HereUnknown Pleasures: Inside Joy Division, Peter Hook (Simon & Schuster 2012)

#MiTooMorbid: The Mephitic Memoirs of Miriam B. Stimbers, Dr Miriam B. Stimbers (TransVisceral Books 2018)


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Toxic Turntable #13

Currently listening…

• Ilm Beogdé, Best Of (1994)
• The Brandywines, Ludlow (1988)
• Murine, A Glass Alga (1997)
• Ichtherion, Et Agnus Vincet (1975)
• Xmode, Giftzwerg (1982)
• Uar Csolt, Marginsur (2010)
• Thomas Skinner Orchestra, Wasidu (1959)
• Elxuve, Howdja (1991)
• Iwri, Iwri 2 (1979)
• Henkerkunst, Gänzehaut (2011)
• Albion Chimes, Soltrip (1969)
• Vihol, F.E.S. (1982)
• Aitmao w Niau, Celebes (2012)


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Toxic Turntable #12

Currently listening…

• Yox, Imblivion (1993)
• Islefloes, Otiose (2015)
• Skyland, R’ziji Zozoïs (2010)
• Palmister, Ocean of Om (1967)
• Venushügel, Dreiundfünfzig Nacktschnecken (2011)
• Senam Cearapt, Xuk (2013)
• Anulyae, Heathensong (2009)
• Ultra-Eclipse, U.H.F. (1985)
• Jovis Glans, Vassavox (1998)
• Srar, Almas Ciegas (1975)
• Jethro Tull, Songs from the Wood (1977)
• Gu Qlipvi, Via Negativa (1989)


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Performativizing Papyrocentricity #54

Papyrocentric Performativity Presents:

Protean ProseThe Water-Babies: A Fairy Tale for a Land Baby, Charles Kingsley (1863)

SchmetterlingsschmuckButterfly, Thomas Marent (Dorling Kindersley 2013)

Criblia – ბიბლია / Biblia (Georgian Bible) (2013)

Micro MacroSuper Bugs: The Biggest, Fastest, Deadliest Creepy Crawlies on the Planet, John Woodward with Dr George McGavin (Dorling Kindersley 2016)

Chute: The LotThe Fallen: Life In and Out of Britain’s Most Insane Group, Dave Simpson (Canongate paperback 2009)

Twice Has Thrice the VicePisces, Peter Sotos, with an introduction by Dr Miriam B. Stimbers (TransVisceral Books 2017)


• Or Read a Review at Random: RaRaR

Hair Today

“We had a roadie guarding his dressing room, to stop him [Graham Bonnet] getting out, because he was threatening to have his hair cut. It was very petty, but it had become an obsession with me. But he got out of the back window and went and got his hair cut. I didn’t see him until we went on stage, and, sure enough, he’d had his hair cut really short. He was doing it just to annoy me.” — Ritchie Blackmore: “[…] Music is very serious”, The Guardian, 25/v/2017