SOLDIER'S DISEASE

SOLVENT STATES vol. 2

More paintings from recent sessions. Destroyed brain cells, hazy vision and lung problems. All measure 8.5×11″ and are available for purchase. $20 unframed, postpaid USA & add shipping elsewhere. E-mail chondriticsound@gmail.com for more info or to reserve.

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WHO BY BARBITUATE

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by greh @ 3:36am on January 29, 2010


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LONG ARPEGGIOS OF CHAFING WIRES

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by greh @ 5:40pm on January 16, 2010

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SCENES

First, I urge everyone reading here to head over to FUCT.COM and check out the new self-shot/scored commercial that Erik Brunetti has made for his clothing line. It’s been up for about 24 hours and I’ve watched it more than a couple times. Oddly perfect advertising for streetwear clothing, encapsulating a great atmosphere and providing some mystery. It’s unsettling and well worth the two minutes of your time. There’s more to read about at SLAMXHYPE.

And here’s a selection of photos captured in the past few months. The awkward live shot is from the first (and only?) performance of EXPLORING JEZEBEL, who has a good handful of out of print tapes on Hospital Productions.

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SCORPIO RISING

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by greh @ 9:27pm on December 23, 2009

Kenneth Anger’s 1964 occult/biker film full of sleaze, objectification and pornography set to 50s and 60s pop songs. Well worth the nearly 30-minute trip into fascination and fetishism.

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XENO AND OAKLANDER

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by greh @ 7:45pm on December 17, 2009

New video from my friends Liz and Sean, together known as Xeno and Oaklander and Sean solo is Martial Canterel. This song is the title track off their new record. They record each song live, no overdubs, and play almost entirely analogue gear. I’ve had the pleasure of being in their studio before and still fondly reflect on the synth envy I felt. There’s a great shot in the Wierd Records Compilation Volume II of the setup, though I believe it is ever-changing. Speaking of Wierd, this record was released by them, and they carry a bunch of other dark, minimal synth music. I’m on the Wierd Comp volume II as Hive Mind with a couple of pieces. Okay, enough of my rambling. Here’s the video:

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