Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Musik Korner

Anatal
Digilog
Earnest but not mawkish
A strange consonance that works,
that takes you places--right here, for example
exactly where you are
exactly where you'll always been,
moving, pulsating
down a back alley, THE back alley
connecting past to now,
now to what's next
but there is only the alley
The echo effect suggests place
yet it seems the artists are no where
near each other when recording,
maybe in different states
Place and no place--THIS is the place
we've come to
Let the pulsations, twangs, and syllables
orient you in this place
Let them spot you as you plant
your sandals firmly on the whatever
Entities, it is my unenviable pleasure
to introduce Jerry Master's Band

--The Most Reverend Ambo Dais  

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Korner Wisdom

No. 60: If you're ever happy, don't ask why.

No. 61: It's hard to be what you're not.

Sunday, July 21, 2019

Video Korner

This is our third and final attempt. Is each attempt an isolated boba adrift in this taro smoothie we call material reality or do they glom together in a gestalt we must dislodge and swallow whole from the reviled straw of the sensuous and sublime? Hi, this is Michelle with pain services. I am reaching out to you about your chronic pain. Field the call, then hang up:

Sunday, July 7, 2019

Wisdom Korner

An eye for an eye is good business for the eyepatch company.

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Video Korner

A post from the edge. Percy Stankowski has been out of pocket for some time now, having decided several years ago that a pair of basketball shoes from the bargain ditches of the internet somehow would afford him entree into the semi-professional basketball ranks. This post neither confirms nor disconfirms whether Percy was successful in that endeavor, let's just say he's back to what he does best and leave it at that. Lights out:

Sunday, June 16, 2019

Musik Korner

Salvaged tracks from the cult classic, "Dr. Kill" (American title). The movie was released in 1987 and saw only a limited run in select theaters in the US and abroad. Sconosciuto, true to their pedigree of harnessing the cutting edge of music technology to give aural shape to the ineffable horrors that lurk in our minds, scored the movie. Unfortunately, as is with so many things Korner-related, what we have are mere fragments. Nevertheless, enjoy what you have instead of dwelling on what you don't: