A Jim O'Rourke retrospective.
Show that allows the rich to flaunt their wealth has to irk socialists.
Curve turns marital angst into bloodshed.
Twin movie phenomenon brings us cloying and structurally compromised message movies.
An Instagram fitness lifestyle influencer contemplates the virtual lives led by his frenemies.
This Remembrance Day is a special one.
Chemically enhanced coffee and avian epiphanies lead RQ to a euphoric twist.
Antifa tried to batter his door in, but they’d like many of his ideas.
But it's a serviceable historical epic even if you're not a 14th-century history buff. C
In a collapsing capitalist society, Trump’s “fuck you” attitude continues to succeed.
The pale, skinny wordsmith prone to nosebleeds and vespers, vertigo and dizzy spells.
Censored is a book about power.
We have no idea what art is.
Were I Donald Trump, I'd commission Serra to do the border barrier with Mexico.
Paleocon Diary (#145).
My granddad was POW in Fascist Italy after his parachute division was captured.
And how the clone look saved America.
Human nature has not evolved to account for the threat it poses.
A flawed approach turns off many.
Split is yet another exercise in exploiting mental illness.
An new instructional manual on how to drink alone the right way.
This ain't no rock & roll show.
Doesn’t matter much now, but Dylan’s original Blood on the Tracks was better.
A "remix" of an Eric Copeland song.
Halloweens past and present; busybody schoolmarms; and a strange New York Times article about the Red Sox.
Recorded in 1990 by David Hoffman.
Rotten apples: political partisans leap to interpret (far too many) polls for their side. A meaningless exercise.
Necrobiotic soundpool with increased amounts of audioconnective granulation and histopathologic patterns.
The value of restaurant reviews and Bret Stephens’ warning to Democrats.
The first in a two part series from the man that never stops.
The Boston Red Sox are charming, just like John Waters.
Performing "Sipper of Tea," a new tape collage.
The armchair online mob has finally bested traditional journalism for pure slime.
From Coca Cola's invention to its intense rivalry with Pepsi (originally aired in 2006 on a network that shall remain nameless).