brand

Since the ’60s, a grain-traversing thinker-doer.

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He foresaw the evils lurking in cybernetic command and control.

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A “tawny student of Esoterics.”

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He brought countercultural humor into sword and sorcery.

michel_de_certeau

Hacking the belly of the beast that has swallowed us up.

guattari

Rhizomes, assemblages, and abstract machines.

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His flat sub-ironic tone is at once his method and “message.”

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Machines can be absurd, surprising, ridiculous, sublime.

Alan Moore

A restive blue-collar visionary.

lamborn_wilson

Theorist of the “temporary autonomous zone.”

rops

The most heavy metal of fin-de-siècle French artists.

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Woozy chromaticism, electronica goofs, shaggy-dog ragas.

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Rick Griffin, Superstar — Part Two

Rick Griffin, Superstar — Part One

We’ve lost our humanity, but at least sometimes we realize it.

Nog, by Rudy Wurlitzer

Liking It, As Is: Shakespeare on the Cusp

The Hashish Eater

Chasing the Tengu

Ligeti’s Requiem Mass: Cosmic choral chaos

On Hating the GRE

Modernism and Magic

The Psychedelic Reader: A New Introduction

What does the cosmos sound like?