Performativizing Papyrocentricity #67

Papyrocentric Performativity Presents:

Killer Chiller ThrillerNight Without End, Alistair MacLean (1959)

Above and BelowThe Archaeology of Underground Mines and Quarries in England, John Barnatt (Historic England 2019)

Wannabe Wonder-WeaverThe Best of Robert Westall Volume One, Robert Westall (1993)

All Glitter, No GlowA.C. Swinburne: A Poet’s Life, Rikky Rooksby (Scolar Press 1997)

Recycle, RepeatRevival, Stephen King (2014)

Gained in TranslationCuentos de Averoigne: Todos los Cuentos de Averoigne de Clark Ashton Smith, traducción de Enric Navarro (Pickman’s Press 2019)

Sean of the HeadAm I Evil? The Autobiography, Brian Tatler with John Tucker (2009; second edition 2017)

Posted at Overlord of the Über-Feral:

Maximal MozMorrissey in Conversation: The Essential Interviews, ed. Paul A. Woods (Plexus 2016)

Absence and EssenceAbandoned: The Most Beautiful Forgotten Places from Around the World, Mathew Growcoot (Ebury Press 2017)


Or Read a Review at Random: RaRaR

Toxic Turntable #20

Currently listening…

• Ultravirago, Force Majeure (1979)
• Vuo Taş, Uorjao (1963)
• Plotting with Heini, Flaxen (2004)
• Eye Sway Tiger, Zoo of Deleuze (1984)
• Ecuador Goetica, Outslew (2008)
• Locked Zodiacal Nailbar, Zodiac III (2009)
• Arkham Daylight, It’s A Given (1981)
• Crastic, Cool Your Jets (2014)
• VII Blades, Oceanic Panic (1981)
• Imperil, La Japonesa (1997)
• Quicksilver Gothlings, Paolo il Lupo (1994)
• Philip Molyneaux Orchestra, File under Fog (1959)
• Ocean of Ice, My Peony (2007)
• Hiq Nsujuir, G’Ykuq Iw EP (2001)
• Quail in Morse, Peel Session 2 (1989)
• Mví Yíjó, Ajax + Ulysses (1990)
• Whipt Quiff, Under the Sward (2018)
• Joseph Bastermoe, God Be With (1984)
• Domenico Scarlatti, Harpsichord Sonatas (1986)
• Msakimoh, Pvalroh (1996)


Previously pre-posted:

Toxic Turntable #1#2#3#4#5#6#7#8#9#10#11#12#13#14#15#16#17#18#19

Toxic Turntable #19

Currently listening…

• Robin Westerhouse Quintet, Tripolis (2009)
• Lux Harmonica, Siever of the River (1988)
• Rudyard Kirby, Pudd’nhead Rash (2011)
• Symimi, Speculum Deæ (2007)
• Oil Koir, Bordergland (1983)
• Shiggiv, Shiggiv Lives (2014)
• Edenic Leap, Toilers in the Heat of the Day (2008)
• Joe Keef, Photophilic Ossifrage (2018)
• Olga Mjuko, Cocotte (Remixes) (2019)
• Ahmrikkimlua / Uusuut-Iagoi, Unitary / Half-Torus (split EP) (2009)
• Nzvoh, Whispers from the Willows (1964)
• 97-Jeulo, Hast Ðu? (1996)
• Aiden Snail, Trafalgar (1982)
• Os Dolocos, Coronemus Rosis (2014)
• Gottzunge, Musikkimus (1968)
• Papa Rupu, Ibunun Vavolos (1974)
• Newth, We • Are • Newth (1997)
• Johann Baptist Cramer, Piano Concerti (2002)
• Shake the Snake, Hakúr Mā Qú (1980)


Previously pre-posted:

Toxic Turntable #1#2#3#4#5#6#7#8#9#10#11#12#13#14#15#16#17#18

The Psyve Mind Speaks

“H.P. Lovecraft were really underrated in terms of the sixties bands from the West Coast.” — Psychic Hi-Fi: Genesis Breyer P-Orridge’s Favourite Albums, The Quietus, 23i2014.


Previously pre-posted:

He Say, He Sigh, He Sow #23 — an earlier engagement by Genesis P. Orridge in terms of issues around “in terms of” (dot dot dot)
Ex-term-in-ate!

Toxic Turntable #18

Currently listening…

• Loxomoxol, Basilisc d’Or (2001)
• HēDoNē, See The Grace Above (2004)
• Episodic Static, Ridmik (1979)
• T-Nor-F, Ipacuma (2013)
• Qvo Y Rugr, By the Rivers of Bangor (2017)
• Tumultus, Cat’s Breath (2001)
• Veulgozir, Dwelling Beneath (1998)
• Dan Hadden, Total (Live in Yeovil) (2006)
• Los Ombres del Voske, TuMiNos (2017)
• VampiriOc, PlanetOc (1983)
• Xriqsar, 343813 (2018)
• AzogFoe, Ghosts of the Hemisphere (2011)
• Los Magnicidios, Líquido (1997)
• Undulatio, Viva Papua (2006)
• Ifikh, Askal Ni Luwo (1975)
• Esteban Sureño, Guijarral (1995)
• W. van Wassenaer, Concerti Armonici (2004)
• Tom Vigattsef, Urneolus (2013)


Previously pre-posted:

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Toxic Turntable #17

Colorfool

Album primo-avrilesque, meaning April-Foolish Album, is a collection of visual jokes published by the French humourist Alphonse Allais (1854-1905) on 1st April 1897. Note that some of the captions can’t be translated fully into English, because they use French idioms that refer to color.

Combat de nègres dans une cave, pendant la nuit
Negroes fighting in a cellar at night


Stupeur de jeunes recrues apercevant pour la première fois ton azur, O Méditerranée!
Astonishment of young naval recruits seeing for the first time your blue, O Mediterranean!


Des souteneurs, encore dans la force de l’âge et le ventre dans l’herbe, boivant de l’absinthe
Pimps, still in the prime of life and with bellies to the grass, drinking absinthe
(Pimps were then known as dos verts or “green-backs”)


Manipulation de l’ocre par des cocus ictériques
Handling of ochre by jaundiced cuckolds
(According to one page I’ve found, coucou is the name given to some yellow wild-flowers, and cuckolds can be yellow with jealousy)


Récolte de la tomate par des cardinaux apoplectiques au bord de la mer Rouge (Effet d’aurore boréale)
Harvesting of tomatoes by apoplectic cardinals on the shore of the Red Sea (effect of the Aurora Borealis)


Ronde de pochards dans le brouillard
Dance of drunks in the fog
(Slang for “drunk” in French is gris, which also means “gray”)


Première communion de jeunes filles chlorotiques par un temps de neige
First communion of anaemic young girls in snowy weather


Marche funèbre, composée pour les funérailles d’un grand homme sourd
Funeral March, composed for the obsequies of a great deaf man


Prose Shows

I don’t know about you, but this is exactly what I like to see in the opening paragraph of an essay engaging issues around William S. Burroughs and the cult of rock’n’roll dot dot dot…

Naked Lunch is inseparable from its author William S. Burroughs, which tends to happen with certain major works. The book may be the only Burroughs title many literature buffs can name. In terms of name recognition, Naked Lunch is a bit like Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue, which also arrived in 1959. Radical for its time, Kind of Blue now sounds quaint, though it is undeniably a masterwork. — William S. Burroughs and the Cult of Rock ’n’ Roll, Casey Rae

Did you spot it? Didja?


Previously pre-posted:

The Hum of Heresy
The Conqueror Term
Bill Self

Toxic Turntable #17

Currently listening…

• Gegozra, Musik für (2011)
• Billy Zais Foster, Red Hook (1962)
• Agavuel, Posla (1983)
• H7 Autobus, Unquietism (1977)
• C.M. Safie, Five Make Oblivion (1991)
• Duj Duj Bitumen, MuSekt (1998)
• Mir Toltor, Daub the Wood (1978)
• Über-Cseff, Ebe Dva (1996)
• Zue Aqhu, Vol. III (2013)
• Opus Pente, Nixed (1994)
• Aol Yie, Haaol (1982)
• Qizaia+, Glidepath (2008)
• X-Flower, Surciam Goba (2013)
• Lesley Hackett, Benjamin Said (1989)
• Zouque, Equinoctis (1989)
• Ludwig Abeille, Piano Concerto in D-major (2003)
• Les Mains Magiques, Hysteriac Celeriac (1975)


Previously pre-posted:

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