Jan 25, 2012


This blog has moved: http://thiseternalrotation.blogspot.com/.
Thanks for the patronage over the past four years.

Jan 23, 2012


Mediafire has purged my account. Not sure on the status of this blog.

Jan 22, 2012

Korla Pandit - The Universal Language Of Music, Volume 1


We're going with an Indian theme for the weekly Corndog Castle Exotica party. Mint Chutney Juleps are on the house.

Korla Pandit was actually John Redd, a Southern black man who passed himself off as Indian after many failed attempts at a music career. The mystic Indian organist ruse worked and he became an overnight star, securing a television show with KTLA. Besides his ivory strokes, Pandit was best known for his Medusa-like gaze and a self-imposed vow of silence that kept him shrouded in mystery. Please note, the man narrating this record is not Pandit.

Jan 21, 2012

Totemic Gifts

Throbbing Gristle - Part Two: The Endless Not


Like snorting turpentine washed coke for your ears.

Jan 20, 2012


Berlin Express - The Russians Are Coming


Conrad Schnitzler acts as the German Paul Revere on the a-side of this EP. Frankly, the title track is nicht so gut. However, the B-side is the perfect public transportation soundtrack and makes this worth a listen.

Jan 19, 2012


Pale Saints - Half-Life


This band will probably reform before we see the completion of Gordon's adventure.

Jan 18, 2012

Absurd - Thuringian Pagan Madness


Leading you into the Light during this blackout.

Jan 16, 2012

Dominic Frontiere - Pagan Festival


Having our weekly tiki party tonight. Sacrificial virgin to appease the Moon Goddess required for entry.

Jan 15, 2012

Various Artists - My Dream Date With Boyd Rice


Epitapes was a Massachusetts  based label that released themed compilations in the late 80s/early 90s. This particular one is a lot of noise and tape loops dedicated to the once sexy Boyd Rice. Complete tracklisting here.

Jan 11, 2012

No chaser

Mind Eraser - Glacial Reign


At the Shoppers show last night some drunk girl thought Mind Eraser was that "Dave Grohl band."
Uh, no.