Kobaïa ≠ I Zimbra

Written by Blakbeard on April 8, 2016

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The takeaway from this week’s Magic Lantern program: everything is extraordinary. And it’s an eclectic form of extraordinary, embracing second-wave skiffle, Dixieland, Krautrock, sci-fi, and, of course, satirical covers of pop standards. If there were a theme to this program, it would be sound poetry. Hugo Ball and Kurt Schwitters prefigured the Mysterious N. Senada’s theory of phonetic organization, but Christian Vander and Magma appear to have invented a semantically meaningful language. Mind = blown.

Dr. Yo’s Magic Lantern is not for everyone. Discontinue use and consult your doctor or witch doctor if you experience fatigue, nausea, or ennui.

Playlist:

Track

Artist

Album

  • Smoke On the Water
    Senor Coconut
    Fiesta Songs
  • Peaches En Regalia
    Frank Zappa
    Strictly Commercial
  • Nice Old Man
    The Residents
    Commercial Album
  • Nineteen Century Man
    Can
    (Delay) 1968
  • Aquarius
    Freshly Wrapped Candies
    I Like You
  • The Beautiful Waitress
    Terry Allen
    Lubbock (on everything)
  • High Horse Momma
    Terry Allen
    Lubbock (on everything)
  • I Zimbra
    Talking Heads
    Fear of Music
  • Khontarkosz, Part 2
    Magma
    Khontarkosz
  • Kurt's Rejoinder
    Brian Eno
    Before and After Science
  • Caprica Main Title
    Bear McCreary
    Caprica
  • I'm the Urban Spaceman
    Bonzo Dog Band
    Tadpoles
  • Goodbye Sober Day
    Mr. Bungle
    California

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