200 Words: BRETT NAUCKE

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(In 200 Words, we highlight a new record we like a lot, via a 200-word review by one of us (Marc Masters or Grayson Currin) and 200 words (or so) from the artist about whatever they choose.)

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BRETT NAUCKE – Seed LP (Spectrum Spools)

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wow, that’s finally some interesting synthesizer music.

Some close ups of the prints for the coming DFBM release. I love the texture of the cardboard and the paint!

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Dying For Bad Music

I decided to have a DFBM facebook page. I don’t really like the idea, but I know that many people get their news over facebook instead of a RSS feed. So let’s try. Go over there and subscribe to the page and see whats happening.

You may also want to subscribe to the DFBM Newsletter.

Aavikko ~ CCCP vs. USA 

Your son is safe in America….

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"I have lived with several Zen masters — all of them cats."
—Eckhart Tolle, ‘The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment’

(Hazel in the House on High Street; iphone 5)

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"I have lived with several Zen masters — all of them cats."
—Eckhart Tolle, ‘The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment’

(Hazel in the House on High Street; iphone 5)

#3 layer of 4

#3 layer of 4

Second layer of 4. Lo-fi screen print.

Second layer of 4. Lo-fi screen print.

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Lo-fi screen print.

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C. Strøm ~ I have heard of a land (tiny flyer)

amare-habeo:

Edvard Munch (Norvegian, 1863-1945) 
Bathing (Badende), 1897-1899

amare-habeo:

Edvard Munch (Norvegian, 1863-1945)

Bathing (Badende), 1897-1899

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"The morning after
my death
we will sit in cafés
but I will not
be there
I will not be”

- (excerpt “The Spring Flowers Own” by Edel Adnan)

(Dying small town; iphone 5)

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"The morning after
my death
we will sit in cafés
but I will not
be there
I will not be”

- (excerpt “The Spring Flowers Own” by Edel Adnan)

(Dying small town; iphone 5)

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"Love is our most unifying and empowering common spiritual denominator. The more we ignore its potential to bring greater balance and deeper meaning to human existence, the more likely we are to continue to define history as one long inglorious record of man’s inhumanity to man."

-Aberjhani

(Sadly … An elementary school … In a small, rural community.  Iphone 5)

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"Love is our most unifying and empowering common spiritual denominator. The more we ignore its potential to bring greater balance and deeper meaning to human existence, the more likely we are to continue to define history as one long inglorious record of man’s inhumanity to man."

-Aberjhani

(Sadly … An elementary school … In a small, rural community. Iphone 5)

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"The morning after
my death
we will sit in cafés
but I will not
be there
I will not be”

- (excerpt “The Spring Flowers Own” by Edel Adnan)

(Dying small town; iphone 5)

profp:

"The morning after
my death
we will sit in cafés
but I will not
be there
I will not be”

- (excerpt “The Spring Flowers Own” by Edel Adnan)

(Dying small town; iphone 5)

"A Day's Journey on Mount Carmel"
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A Day’s Journey on Mount Carmel
by O. Cohen

A song about those experiences that, however difficult or painful, are not traumatic, that do not result in a post-traumatic condition. I’ve heard a story of a young woman who was about to undergo surgery. The medical procedure was not complicated and, having signed the necessary paperwork and heard the usual risks involved, she was put under. A few moments later something went terribly wrong. The pain was so unbearable that she woke to the sound of her own scream. For a brief moment, death itself seemed a relief. Luckily, the doctors and nurses acknowledged the emergency, she was rushed to a nearby hospital with better equipment and her condition was soon stabilized. The following day when her family came to visit, she recounted the experience. “I know what I’ve been through”, she said, “what terrible pain I’ve felt, but that’s gone now and all that remains is the knowledge of an event that has once been and that now is gone.” The moment could not be re-lived, the pain and the urgency could not be sensed after the fact. The setting and characters of the song are different but the idea is quite the same.