Kobaïa ≠ I Zimbra
Written by Blakbeard on April 8, 2016
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.
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