08 03 2009



Hello people of Paris!!!

I will be performing a solo set at PRESENCES Electronique this coming Sunday 15th March, which is taking place at:

104 rue d'Aubervilliers/5 rue Curial
75019 Paris


According to the plan I play at around 20.00 in Salle 400.

This will be the first PITA show in Paris since 4 years.

Would be good to see you there. Apparently its free, so no worries there.
I arrive on Saturday evening, so if want to make arrangements for a less public meeting, please do.

Hope all is top and techno



07 03 2009

Only Dad Is Real


07 03 2009

Pure genius (hail moog)

Amazing film.

Virtuoso Pamelia Kurstin plays and discusses her theremin, the not-just-for-sci-fi electronic instrument that is played without being touched. Songs include the classic "Autumn Leaves," Billy Strayhorn's "Lush Life" and a composition by David Mash, "Listen: the Words Are Gone." Piano: Makoto Ozone.

07 03 2009



So great to meet you after all these years Sir.

06 03 2009



06 03 2009

The Return of the Nightshitter



From Head Heritage .co .uk authored by The Drude

"Back in the Bog, it’s truly great to learn that the final Khanate album CLEAN HANDS GO FOUL can see the light of day at last, especially as it concludes with the perpetually-garrotted Alan ‘The Nightshitter’ Dubin’s half-hour-plus Diss-Epic ‘Every Goddamn Thing’. Some commentators have complained at the methods in which Khanate achieved this final session, as though they’re the Ramones or somesuch and must all be together when the tracks go down. Fuck that shit. Messrs. Plotkin, Whizz Kidda, O’Malley and the Dubin are the fucking Can of Doom, not some weekenders on a largactyl mong. Besides, there are chordal blisses contained within this new Khanate album that singe my psychic split-ends and shake my pagan ass like no Khanate record previous. Way. And if the Dubin was Hornby Size in parts of Khanate’s previous canon, then he’s veritably Utgard-Loki by the middle of ‘Every Goddamn Thing’, creeping about your larder like a rampant shrew on marijuana lardy cake. Released on Japan’s Daymare Recordings, you also gots the option to score ye picture disc version from trustnoonerecordings.com. Luvverly!"

Also, the preorder for the KHANATE LP version (on Hydra Head) of this album has started on Blue Collar Distro. They are offering some, ahem, "contoversial/conversational" (for the uber doom spastics & nerds) and "useful/amusing" (for the caffienated and cold ones among us) additional merchandise if you have interest in those kinds of things. And the usual swath of beautiful color options in the vinyl for whatever your taste. Next and last stop for KHANATE is the release of the digipak version of this album which is initially packaged with a live DVD documenting (in a raw way) our final Chicago performance at Empty Bottle. "END: Capture & Release Live" in a cool silkscreened sleeve printed by Broken Press/Seattle. That will be the END, at last. This train makes no more stops. Thank you for listening.


06 03 2009

The Limits of Control

The new movie from filmmaker Jim Jarmusch ("Broken Flowers," "Down by Law") is set in the striking and varied landscapes of contemporary Spain (both urban and otherwise). The location shoot there united the writer/director with acclaimed cinematographer Christopher Doyle ("In the Mood for Love," "Paranoid Park"). Isaach De Bankole stars in the lead role for Mr. Jarmusch; this marks the duo's fourth collaboration over nearly two decades, following "Night on Earth," "Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai," and "Coffee and Cigarettes." The film also features several other actors with whom Mr. Jarmusch has previously worked, including Alex Descas, John Hurt, Youki Kudoh, Bill Murray, and Tilda Swinton; and actors new to his films, including Hiam Abbass, Gael García Bernal, Paz De La Huerta, Jean-François Stevenín, and Luis Tosar. "The Limits of Control" is the story of a mysterious loner (played by Mr. De Bankole), a stranger, whose activities remain meticulously outside the law. He is in the process of completing a job, yet he trusts no one, and his objectives are not initially divulged. His journey, paradoxically both intently focused and dreamlike, takes him not only across Spain but also through his own consciousness.

* Genre:Drama
* Director:Jim Jarmusch
* Cast:Isaach De Bankole, Alex Descas, Jean-Francois Stevenin, Luis Tosar, Paz De La Huerta

This movie's soundtrack contains music by SUNN O))) & Boris, Boris and Earth.

Released May 22nd

02 03 2009

Engine's Utilities / Citizen Kid vid stills 1994






Thanks Bill.

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