F23 Podcast E18 featuring Oliver Senton – October 9th, 2020

The F23 Podcast is a conversation based podcast with interesting,  inspiring, inter-dimensional beings of wonder who have chosen a human form for this incarnation. In conversation with Jamie Dodds (Pope Flag-dag the Brave) sharing their experiences, journeys, learning and un-learning from their off the map adventures through the counterculture. F23 is starting to look like some sort of Iron Man Records Patron Broadcasting these days. I can't believe it. It's brilliant. I haven't even started going through all the episodes yet, but I will. I had no idea so much has been going on while I've been working on other things like do these stairs go up? Or which way to…

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Robert Anton Wilson – Cosmic Trigger II – Down to Earth – Audio Book

Written by Robert Anton Wilson Narrated by Oliver Senton Recorded, Edited and Mastered by Simon Reeves at Framework Studios, Birmingham. (April 2019 – May 2020) Co-producers: Mark Sampson (Iron Man Records) & Steve “fly agaric 23” Pratt Executive Producers: Richard Rasa & Christina Pearson A 21st Century Rennaisance Man . . . funny, wise and optimistic . . . the Lenny Bruce of philosophers. – Denver Post “A Super Genius . . . He has written everything I was afraid to write.” – Dr. John Lilly, writer, neuroscientist and psychonaut “One of the funniest, most incisive social critics around, and with a positive bent, thank Goddess.” – Riane Eisler, author of…

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RETROPOPIC 435 – Poet John Sinclair Talks: Freed By A John Lennon Song & Other Life Stories

Alongside the music of Gil Scott Heron, MC5, John Lennon, Charlie Parker, The Clovers & John's own words set to music, in this 59 minute podcast The Saint of RETROPOPIC RADIO talks with the legendary poet John Sinclair. How does John remember his childhood? Why did he move to Detroit? What was so different about the music of MC5? How did he receive a prison sentence for possessing dope? What were the circumstances that lead to John Lennon campaigning for his freedom? How does he regard the 'John Sinclair' song that appeared on Lennon's album 'Sometime In New York City'? What relationship did he have with Lennon after his release? Why…

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Curse of Lono – Tour Dates October 2019

Curse of Lono RECIPIENTS OF THE BOB HARRIS EMERGING ARTIST AWARD AT THE 2019 UK AMERICANA AWARDS “If dangerous living bothers you, look away now - but for everyone else, Curse Of Lono are a new beacon of darkness.” MOJO “Curse Of Lono have conjured a seductive mise en scene whose charged atmosphere bears parallels to Emylou Harris’s Wrecking Ball and U2’s The Joshua Tree.” 8/10 UNCUT “A masterpiece… A giant atmospheric soundscape of an album.” 4/5 COUNTRY MUSIC PEOPLE “Their songs conjure up epic, vivid soundscapes with a heart of noir.” 8/10 CLASSIC ROCK “Edgy yet lush Americana with harmonies to die for… One of the essential albums of 2018.” 8/10 LOUDER THAN WAR Curse Of…

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Cultural Revolution through a Total Assault on the Culture

Our program is Cultural Revolution through a total assault on the culture, which makes us use every tool, every energy and any media we can get our collective hands on. We take our program with us everywhere we go and use any means necessary to expose people to it. Our culture, our art, the music, newspapers, books, posters, our clothing, our homes, the way we walk and talk, the way our hair grows, the way we smoke dope and fuck and eat and sleep — it is all one message, and the message is FREEDOM! We are the mother country madmen in charge of our own lives and we are taking…

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The Imagine Nation

“Under the present system of mass education by classes too much stress is laid on teaching and too little on active learning. The child is not encouraged to discover things on his own account. He learns to rely on outside help, not on his own powers, thus losing intellectual independence and all capacity to judge for himself. The over-taught child is the father of the newspaper - reading, advertisement - believing, propaganda - swallowing, demagogue - led man – the man who makes modern democracy the farce it is.” – Aldous Huxley, Proper Studies (1927) Culture Industry is a term coined by Theodor Adorno (1903–69) and Max Horkheimer (1895–1973), who argued…

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Seth Faergolzia of Dufus returns with Multibird in July 2016

Seth Faergolzia from New York here.  I’m excited to announce that my stellar new project, MULTIBIRD, will be touring Europe in July.  I’ve been performing in Europe since 2001 when I first toured with Jeffrey Lewis and Cornershop.  Ever since then, I’ve come back at least once a year with one of my projects (Dufus, Faergolzia, Heck Yup, solo).  I’m just finishing up a project called #100songs, which is a songwriting & recording project which has been released via subscription website.  We will be promoting this 4 album set and performing a “best of” from the #100songs project. MULTIBIRD is an ensemble of four (acoustic and electric guitars, bass and drums) who I’ve…

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John Sinclair – Biography (June 2013)

Cultural revolutionary, pioneer of marijuana activism, radical leader, political prisoner by the end of the 1960s, a legend of the imagine nation, the last of the Beatnik Warrior Poets, and a founding father of the U.S rock and roll constitution, John Sinclair. John Sinclair was born on the 2nd of October 1941, in Flint, Michigan, and grew from being a rock’n’roll fanatic and teenage disc jockey enthusiast to a cultural revolutionary icon, pioneer of marijuana activism, co-founder of the White Panther Party and a political prisoner, all by the end of the explosive 1960’s. He first tuned into rhythm and blues radio at a young age, getting his hands on records by…

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Steven James Pratt a.k.a Fly Agaric 23 (Steve Fly) Biography

Born April 15th 1976 in Wordsley, England, and grew up as a competitive swimmer into his teens when he came across Jazz music, speed Metal, hip-hop, drum and bass, and playing drums in a school band. This led to Steven developing his drumming and DJ skills over the next 20 years. Steve Fly’s first ‘live’ gig was drumming with ‘Surgery’ at Thorns School in 1991, and went on to play with local Stourbridge garage punk band ‘Indigo Jane’ at such venues as J.B’s Dudley, The ‘Source’, ‘The Mitre’ in Stourbridge, and support for Babylon Zoo and Fret Blanket in Kidderminster. In 1993 Steven briefly played with Kinver based band ‘Taxi’ and…

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Steven James Pratt a.k.a Fly Agaric 23 (Steve Fly) Biography

Born April 15th 1976 in Wordsley, England, and grew up as a competitive swimmer into his teens when he came across Jazz music, speed Metal, hip-hop, drum and bass, and playing drums in a school band. This led to Steven developing his drumming and DJ skills over the next 20 years. Steve Fly’s first ‘live’ gig was drumming with ‘Surgery’ at Thorns School in 1991, and went on to play with local Stourbridge garage punk band ‘Indigo Jane’ at such venues as J.B’s Dudley, The ‘Source’, ‘The Mitre’ in Stourbridge, and support for Babylon Zoo and Fret Blanket in Kidderminster. In 1993 Steven briefly played with Kinver based band ‘Taxi’ and…

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John Sinclair – Biography

John Sinclair author, poet and activist John Sinclair (born October 2, 1941, in Flint, Michigan) mutated from small-town rock’n’roll fanatic and teenage disc jockey to cultural revolutionary, pioneer of marijuana activism, radical leader and political prisoner by the end of the 1960s. In 1966-67 the jazz poet, downbeat correspondent, founder of the Detroit Artists Workshop and underground journalist joined the front ranks of the hippie revolution, managing the “avant-rock” MC5 and organizing countless free concerts in the parks, White Panther rallies and radical benefits. Working closely with lead singer and songwriter Rob Tyner and the members of the band, Sinclair brought the MC5 to local fame, national attention and a contract…

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