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Death in June in San Francisco

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It was one of those clubs where you go and you stand on your own, and you leave on your own, and you go home and you cry, and you want to die. But Death in June was playing there, and I had never seen them in concert. So I decided to temporarily interrupt my exile from California (roughing it in Jackson Hole) and descend again to the sinful cities of the plain.

I very much enjoyed seeing Death in June live. Read more …

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Fire & Ice’s Fractured Man

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Insofar as Fire and Ice’s music can be described as “folk” it is the folk music of the ancient skalds and scops, far antecedent to the recent folk revival even if elements of tradition are latently present in that revival. Insofar as it is “gothic” music it is so in the sense described by Edred Thorsson in “The Secret of the Gothick God of Darkness” –  Read more …

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Attack the System 
Interview with Robert N. Taylor

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Changes, “Waiting for the Fall”

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Jerome Deppe, “Dead Horses”/Review of Songs of Love, Hate, & Fear

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Winglord’s Heroica

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The number of those who are interested in neofolk music seems to be small, but growing. As the genre is an homage to the European heritage and makes use of European themes, and favors quality above quantity, it should be of great interest to many. Read more …

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Death in June & Boyd Rice, “Paradise of Perfection”

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A Música do Futuro

Arno Breker, "Orpheus and Eurydice"

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Um interregnum é um tempo de máxima possibilidade. Aprumados como estamos entre o fim da velha cultura europeia e a possibilidade de uma nova e renascida cultura europeia é útil refletir um pouco sobre a direção que nossa nova cultura deve tomar. Read more …

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Musique du futur

Arno Breker : « Orphée et Eurydice »

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Un interrègne est une époque de possibilité ultime. Positionnés comme nous le sommes entre la fin de l’ancienne culture européenne et la possibilité d’une nouvelle culture européenne renaissante, il est utile de réfléchir quelque peu à la direction que notre nouvelle culture devrait prendre. Read more …

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Music of the Future

Arno Breker, "Orpheus and Eurydice"

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Translations: French, Portuguese

An interregnum is a time of ultimate possibility. Poised as we are between the end of the old European culture and the possibility of a new, reborn, European culture it is useful to give some thought to the direction that our new culture should take. Read more …

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