1. PJ Harvey & John Parish (KCRW 2009) (via)

     
     

  2. The whole album deals with power. If life teaches us anything, it’s that there’s nothing that men and women won’t do to get power. The album deals with power, wealth, knowledge and salvation — the way I look at it. If it’s a great album — which I hope it is — it’s a great album because it deals with great themes. It speaks in a noble language. It speaks of the issues or the ideals of an age in some nation, and hopefully, it would also speak across the ages. It’d be as good tomorrow as it is today and would’ve been as good yesterday. That’s what I was trying to make happen, because just to make another record at this point in my career … career, by the way, isn’t how I look at what I do. Career is a French word. It means “carrier.” It’s something that takes you from one place to the other. I don’t feel like what I do qualifies to be called a career. It’s more of a calling.

     
  3. BLOOD ON THE TURNTABLES (PART ONE) (via)

     
     
  4. David Lynch Interview from 1985 on Dune (via)

     
     

  5. Amazing story, 44 years between albums.

    (Source: Spotify)

     
  6. Grant Morrison - Disinfo.Con Lecture - Magick

    (Source: vimeo.com)

     
     
  7. Grant Morrison: Talking with Gods (via)

     
     
  8. Chapter 12 - Waking Dream/Intermission (via)

     
     
  9. On the Edge of Blade Runner (via)

     
     
  10. Kurt Cobain And The Illuminati Part 4 (via)