Less eye candy than mind map, ‘Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia’ manages to radically reframe a period of creative ferment that remains weakly understood and remembered within the histories of art and design.
Out Come the Freaks
Probably the first heathen listeners to cotton on to Jesus music were the psych collectors, who recognized that some Jesus music was not only heavily distorted but kicked much lysergic ass.
My Gnostic Interview
Miguel Conner spoke to me about Philip K. Dick's Exegesis.
42 Minutes Interview
A podcast interview on Techgnosis and Synchronicity
This is a holy music made with a mad hippie love infused with the same DIY impatience that secretly links the beats and the freaks and the punks.
I talk to TANK about unreal realities and the trouble with fandom.
Graham St. John Talks DMT
Graham St. John talks about his new book
My TechEmergence talk about the trouble with spiritual machines.
Keep the Portal Open
On technology, anomalies, and the blurring of reality and fantasy today.
HPL + NPR
Why Lovecraft rules the Internet
Jack Parsons and Babalon Essay
A new essay in a terrific volume of Thelema.
Why We Listen
Techgnosis Afterword 2.0
Nineties flashbacks, Slenderman, and the Analog Sunset