Octavia Butler’s Dawn and Firestone’s Double Jack IPA
Burned City Spires
39 minutes & 47 seconds
Back in business.
This is an ambient / haunted music podcast curated by Warren Ellis.
Because it’s been so long, and I’ve been through so many machines since the last time, I’ve kind of forgotten all my settings, and have exported this at 256K. Please get at me if that decision proved to be wrong or inferior.
@warrenellis / firstname.lastname@example.org
Please tell other people about this podcast for sleepy people if you like it. We are #SPEKTRMODULE.
1) logotone by Dirty Knobs
2) “Ascetic Vows” - Foie Gras (album: Held - http://foie.bandcamp.com )
3) “the safest space” - braeyden jae (album: heaven house - http://braeydenjae.bandcamp.com )
4) “Aphonia” - Lykanthea (album: Migration - http://lykanthea.bandcamp.com )
5) “Travelogues 13 - A Smoke Absorber Shaped Like An OWLL” - Mordant Music
6) “no sleep for you” - wolf maps (album: candle (flicker) - http://wolfmaps.bandcamp.com )
7) “Home Port” - Yair Elazar Glotman (album: Northern Gulfs - http://glacialmovements.bandcamp.com )
8) “The Thicket is No Sacred Grove/Torsion Self” - Ian William Craig (album: Theia and the Archive - http://ianwilliamcraig.bandcamp.com)
9) logotone by Dirty Knobs
Targets in my sights
Just can’t find my ammo belt
Still can’t shoot my brain
Sneaking out edgewise
Guards are blindly staring I’m
back to being prey.
Beer-wise, before I discovered Hitman, the excellent 90’s comic series by Garth Ennis & John McCrea, I was basically a Rolling Rock guy. Early on in the series, the book’s star Tommy Monaghan made a beer run for a brand called “Sierra Nevada Pale Ale”. I made my own run, and after gasping at the $9 sticker price I never looked back.
Thanks again Comics.
Someday, maybe a *beer* will lead me to a *comic*?