- the guardian isn't the only bastion
of crap journalistic 'insight':
like a tim i'm serious geist006cd
david kristian beneath the valley of the modulars alien8 16cd
Both these sets mewl like electronica's bad
cliche of sad knob twiddlers holed up inside a
dead planet rock of ME! ME! ME! crap
graphix, crap titles - all told no DISCOURSE
outside a gracelessly unsound solipsism
underlined by tim van lijden's "no thanks to
anybody" and kristian's "no
sampling allowed". (FUCK your creepy 'irony', OK) i'm
seroius is both uneasy and undemanding,
somehow; beneath� is too earnestly
pleasant to justify it's maker's arrogance
in a right world, these antisocial gits would be
sacrificed to the goddess thaemlitz
notice how the 'reviewer' subtly avoids any
helpful description or reaction to the
and prefers to offload his knarled prejudices
inside a dead planet rock critique of ME! ME! ME!
see how once declaring the two as a pair
of sad knob twiddlers they are denounced for
the idea of kristian being arrogant for not
wanting sampling is laughable when
the magazine has:
Unauthorised reproduction of any item is forbidden, and we mean it.
emblazoned across the editorial page
(this doesn't square whether you take these ironically or straight)
maybe the reviewer should take a holiday
that one cd should be spurned as being pleasant
is as stupid as the guardian's want of melody
(also why should thaemlitz be simply a goddess when
wendy carlos is invariably prefixed by 'walter/'?)
(page 62 of wire 186, btw)
sight and sound has blixa bargeld listed as 'spirit voices' in 'the mummy'
> From: rfaith <richard.faith@...>who wrote it?
> the guardian isn't the only bastion
> of crap journalistic 'insight':
> like a tim i'm serious geist006cd
> david kristian beneath the valley of the modulars alien8 16cd
i don't have the new wire yet.
that is laughable.
>From: "Davis Ford" <forddavi@...>ian penman;
>> From: rfaith <richard.faith@...>
>> the guardian isn't the only bastion
>> of crap journalistic 'insight':
>> like a tim i'm serious geist006cd
>> david kristian beneath the valley of the modulars alien8 16cd
>who wrote it?
>i don't have the new wire yet.
>that is laughable.
it's even worse when
surrounded by rob young's
reviews which are of the