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#FromtheVault: Sexual Violence Everywhere, or what i learned the day after david bowie died [TSM02]

#FromtheVault TSM02 April 2016 Sexual Violence Everywhere or what i learned the day after david bowie died by +   Do you think I came to give peace on the earth? No, I tell you, but rather division. And where there’s one they’re bound to divide it, Right in two. Right in two. This is a vignette about shame and anger, about the disgraced fall of a beloved icon from my childhood. That man is Jackie Chan. And also David Bowie. I’m listening to Tool’s “Right In Two,” for the first time in maybe ten years. I just finished Pitchfork’s review of the new David Bowie album Blackstar, it talks about him dying a little more than I’m comfortable with. I think ‘I hope David’s still alive when we figure ...

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#FromTheVault: Music Theory: Live Burial in the Solar Anus [TSM01]

#FromTheVault TSM01 December 2016 Music Theory: Live Burial in the Solar Anus by Aaronsen P.T. Bell I'm not a music critic. I don't think that I'm qualified to be one. Mostly because I don't know what the hell people mean when they say "music." I don't even know what I mean when I say "music." I do say: Bounce a basketball once, and there's your first symphony. If you're not satisfied, get more basketballs. Maybe throw in (and throw downward) a medicine ball or a crystal ball. I am a huge proponent of musicologist Christopher Small's idea of musicking. Here's what Small has to say about musicking, according to Wikipedia: The act of musicking establishes in the place wh ...