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Eine Geschichte zweier Zeremonien
Sotschi versus London

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Übersetzt von Deep Roots

English original here

Olympische Eröffnungszeremonien verschaffen modernen Staaten eine einzigartige Gelegenheit, Read more …

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A Tale of Two Ceremonies
Sochi vs. London

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Olympic opening ceremonies provide modern states with a unique opportunity to spend vast sums of taxpayer money spreading cultural propaganda via the medium of mass theater. Read more …

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Stella Natura 2013

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This weekend I went to the Stella Natura Music Festival in a beautiful setting high in the Sierra Nevada near Soda Springs, California. Stella Natura features neo-folk and black metal bands from Europe and North America. I was particularly eager to hear Changes, Fire and Ice, and Waldteufel. I also knew that there would be a large contingent of people who share my interests in neopaganism, Traditionalism, and Rightist politics. Read more …

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How Soon is Now?:
The Madmen & Mavericks Who Made Independent Music 1975–2005

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Richard King
How Soon Is Now?: The Madmen and Mavericks Who Made Independent Music, 1975–2005
London: Faber & Faber, 2012

Richard King’s How Soon is Now? is subtitled “The Madmen and Mavericks Who Made Independent Music 1975–2005,” and that is an accurate description of the book’s contents. The idea of charting the history of indie music from the perspective of the record companies and distribution networks, rather than the bands, is an interesting and novel one. Read more …

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A.C.A.B. & Romanian Ultras

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A.C.A.B. is a subculture acronym frequently employed by skinheads.

An example of its use can be seen in the short video clip “Saga Live in Finland,” filmed at a skinhead bar in Finland in 2007.  Read more …

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Light Entertainment:
The (Implicitly) White Music of Scott Walker

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No Regrets: Writings on Scott Walker
Edited by Rob Young
London: Orion, 2012.

“I’ve come far from chains/From metal and stone/From makeshift designs/And seeking a star” — Scott Walker, “Rhymes of Goodbye”

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Richard Burton: In from the Cold

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For years nothing about Richard Burton attracted my attention to him more than to any other famous person. He appeared in many inferior films, but even his highly regarded ones—Look Back in Anger (1959-British), The Spy Who Came in from the Cold (1965), The Taming of the Shrew (1967-US-Italian), 1984 (1984)—were not among my favorites. Read more …

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Going, Going . . . Not Gone

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Grant Wood, “Stone City, Iowa,” 1932

The other night, while at a barn sale/estate sale of old things left behind by examples of Western Civilization’s last purely self-contained generation, the lights went out. An electrical substation blew a mile or so away, and right there in the middle of the bidding on a box of blue and white English-made transfer-ware  darkness descended.  Read more …

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Balkanizing America

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The 2012 Presidential Election is over. Despite being a vulnerable incumbent in a sour economy, Obama defeated liberal Republican “moneybags Romney” and can now preside over four years of radicalism without any more electoral worries.

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Dead Can Dance, Berkeley, August 12, 2012

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After we had dinner at Jupiter pizza, our Sikh cab driver deposited us outside the Greek Theatre in the Berkeley hills. We spread a blanket high on the lawn and looked out past the campanile on the Cal campus, watching our home town across the bay slowly submerging in a sea of fog. Read more …

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