Total Assault On The Culture – June 2021

Iron Man Records seeks to provide a cultural outpost for musicians, writers and travellers in the arts. An Embassy for the Imagine Nation committed to inspiring and promoting Independent creativity. The Record label seeks to encourage residents and travellers in the arts to gather, record and present their cultural insights and experiences. 118 Patrons support Iron Man Records. The record label works with 22 Artists, runs a number of Projects, and offers services from Legal Advice and Tour Management to a Recording Studio through Framework Studios. Iron Man Records has generated 43 releases and remains committed to producing new music and distributing it through independent networks. The News this month. Medium:…

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Warrior Beings – Moksha

Michelle ‘Moksha’ Watson has published a new book of her poems called ‘Warrior Beings.’ In case you wondered, Michelle is an Iron Man Records Patron and all round supporter of the cause. ‘Warrior Beings’ is the first solo collection of poetry by Michelle Watson, aka ‘Moksha Poetess’. It’s a beautifully produced volume, laid out with style by Slim Smith. It’s set out in five chapters (‘Self’, ‘Heart’, ‘Ikigai’, ‘Cut and Paste’ and ‘Light’), each illustrated with her striking visual art. Michelle has been a spoken word artist and singer songwriter on the London and Festival scene for over two decades, as well as producing a number of transformative theatrical happenings. Including:…

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Deep Scratch – Steve Fly

Steve Fly has submitted Deep Scratch to Kindle. So, it's officially published. It's a deep dive roller-coaster ride I warn you, full on experimental black science fiction conspiracy prose. This work has been under construction for over a decade. You can follow the link here: Amazon Kindle Link https://a.co/cFUgiMD In Amsterdam, DJ Plush crafts new techniques for mixing things. After a failed music career and two violent attacks, one leaving his equipment smashed, the other his face, he seeks healing through art. Supported by his friends Max and Percy, they create TRB crew, blending turntablism, literature, beatbox and conspiracy. They’re promptly pulled hands-first into an unfinished spell from a dead wizard:…

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How do I become an Iron Man Records Patron?

Be the first to hear new releases and get special news updates. As a Patron you will you will be able to choose any T-shirt, CD, or Vinyl of your choice from the Iron Man Shop. Stickers, artwork and other Patron only items will be offered to you as they become available. Join a highly valued group, committed to supporting the future release schedule of Iron Man Records, and enjoy a copy of everything produced with your support on request. Your donation as a Patron will directly support our creative programme of releasing music on Vinyl and will allow us to work with and champion artists, music, ideas and creativity. How…

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How to become an Iron Man Records Patron

Patrons play a vital role in driving forward Iron Man Records vision to create a more engaged independent alternative. https://www.patreon.com/ironmanrecords Whoever controls the internet servers, controls the intellectual record of humankind. And by controlling the intellectual record of humankind, you control our perceptions of who we are. When all music is digital, all independence will cease. Iron Man Records would like to release all new records on Vinyl. You are invited to find out how you can become a Patron.

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Cosmic Trigger 4th – 27th May 2017

The Play by Daisy Eris Campbell. Adapted from Robert Anton Wilson’s seminal autobiography Cosmic Trigger: The Final Secret of The Illuminati. See it at The Cockpit - Gateforth St, Marylebone, London NW8 8EH. BUY TICKETS HERE “Robert Anton Wilson’s 'Illuminatus!' had a profound effect on me and the Cosmic Trigger Play will no doubt do the same for a whole new generation.” Alan Moore, writer/author of V for Vendetta, Watchmen and Jerusalem Turn On. Tune In. Find The Others In 1976 maverick playwright and director Ken Campbell staged Robert Anton Wilson’s, Illuminatus! - a nine-hour stage play that helped launch the careers of Jim Broadbent and Bill Nighy. It also led…

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The only way to support a revolution…..

Looking back on this year, Iron Man Records has had an interesting one. Three recurring themes emerged. “The only way to support a revolution is to make your own” — Abbie Hoffman, Woodstock Nation. “Reality is not enough; we need nonsense too. Drifting into a world of fantasy is not an escape from reality but a significant education about the nature of life.” Edmund Miller, Lewis Carroll Observed “It’s dangerous to understand new things too quickly” — Josiah Warren, True Civilization Make of that what you will. Some of the significant things that happened this year included: Seth Faergolzia of Dufus brought his new band Multibird to Europe on Tour. John Sinclair published a book…

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Robert Anton Wilson meets Steve “Fly Agaric” Pratt

WORDS: Robert Anton Wilson and Steve ‘Fly Agaric 23’ Pratt MUSIC: Steve Fly, Tim Egmond, Martin ‘Youth’ Glover, Rick Rasa, Hagbard Celine, Garaj Mahal. ARTWORK: CHU PRODUCED BY: Mark Sampson and Steve Fly Pratt MASTERED BY: Simon Reeves at Framework Studios, Birmingham RELEASED on IRON MAN RECORDS June 23rd 2016. Special thanks to: Robert Anton Wilson, Christina Pearson, Rick Rasa, Chu, Mark Sampson, Kai Eckhardt, Matt Black, Martin ‘Youth’ Glover, Paul Krassner, John Sinclair, Tim Egmond, Toby Philpott, Prop Anon, Nick Larson, Caleb Selah, Pete Maybe, Jenni Vyskocil, Faustin Bray, Bob Tesch, Lance Bauscher, Jack Sarfatti, Nigel Blunt, UB40, Robin Johnson, Tom Jackson, Raymond Wiley, Daisy Eris Campbell, Janne Svensson, Gregory…

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If it’s not impossible, it’s not worth doing…..Find the others. Go to The Adelphi.

Adelphi is a Greek word meaning "brothers" (a + delphi, literally "of the same womb") Many thoughts pass through your mind when you do enough driving, few of them make any sense. I take a lot of bands to a lot of gigs, it's what I do for money these days. Sometimes it can be hard not to pull the van over, drag everyone out on the motorway hard shoulder and tell them to "Stop living out of the asshole of your belief system and kick out the jams motherfucker!" In other words, shut up and play the music, or stop blaming everyone else and learn to get on with it.…

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The Full Cosmic Trigger Experience – Find The Others Conferestival 22-23rd November 2014

The Full Cosmic Trigger Experience 22nd/23rd November 2014 Find The Others Conferestival Performance, Speakers, Art, Music Cinema, Rituals, Workshops, poetry, Quizzes, Stalls, Discordian Papal Ball. Prof. Robert Temple, Robin ince, Nina Conti, Youth, Adam Gorightly, Johnny "Dolphin" Allen, C.J. Stone, John Higgs, Dr. David Luke, Greg Sams, Jeff young, Liverpool Impropriety, TC Lethbridge, DJ Kin, Michael Brunstrom, Dr. david david Bramwell, John Constable, Salena Godden, Jacqueline Genie, Adrian reynolds, Jamie Reid, Jimmy Cauty. Camp and furnace, Liverpool L1 0BY 14:23-02:23 Sat 22nd november 2014 (Play and Ball) 11:23-23:23 Sun 23 Nov 2014 (Conferestival) Tickets £69 (full weekend = play and ball and festival) Phone The Everyman box office: 0151 709 4776…

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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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