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July 24th, 2008

ARTHUR #30: On Newsstands Now!

How a brush with death, a haunted guitar and filmmaker Harmony Korine helped Spiritualized’s JASON (SPACEMAN) PIERCE wrestle a new album of narcotic gospel music into being. By Jay Babcock, with photography by Stacy Kranitz.

In an exclusive excerpt from his new book, legendary film director/author/poet ALEJANDRO JODOROWSKY (El Topo, Holy Mountain) reflects on his encounters with Zen teacher EJO TAKATA and Surrealist master LEONORA CARRINGTON in late-Sixties Mexico City.

NANCE KLEHM salutes weeds—in particular, Artemesia vulgaris, aka mugwort.

The Center for Tactical Magic tells us HOW TO THROW A HEX—and why.

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GREG SHEWCHUK on how the continuous prospect of eating shit on a skateboard can keep you humble—and awake.

ERIK DAVIS takes a stand against Cory Doctorow-style iPodiphilia and other data processing-marketed-as-pleasure.

A howl for America’s long-gone liberal media, by DAVE REEVES.

New work by poet MICHAEL BROWNSTEIN.

Psychonaut lookers Guy Blakeslee, Paz Lenchantin and Derek James are THE ENTRANCE BAND. Salubriously styled by the singular ALIA PENNER.

Writer-scholar EDDIE DEAN waxes lovingly about Argentinian bandoneon master Chango
Spasiuk, American rock n roll band Howlin Rain, the Maryland Redbud Tree, the Olympic Hi-Fi Stereo Console and other stuff rubbing him right lately.

Comics artist Joseph Remnant on author Patrick Rosenkrantz’s gorgeous book of underground comix history.

Bull Tongue columnists BYRON COLEY & THURSTON MOORE review choice finds from the deep underground.

JULIAN COPE on an extraordinary art statement of cavernous Detroit Psychedelic soul.

The Melvins’ BUZZ “KING BUZZO” OSBORNE joins C & D as they examine stuff by Endless Boogie, Al Green, Dennis Wilson, King Darves, Buffalo Killers, Hercules and Love Affair, Free Kitten, Arp, Awesome Color, Seun Kuti and Jex Thoth.

HEY BO DIDDLEY!: In Memorium by Plastic Crimewave.

1 Comment »

  1. The article in Arthur 30 by Alejandro Jodorowsky is mind blowing, and the character and art of Leonora Carrington is just as amazing.

    Comment by Mike D — August 25, 2008 @ 1:59 am

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