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“These are ways that Kozelek’s prayer for Newtown enters another life, bleeding through his memory into mine.”
“It was clear to believers from the outset that women were favored by the spirits. After all, it was through the mediumship of two young girls that the spirits first announced their intention to establish regular communication with the modern world.”
“Leave it to me, I thought, to get all shot up during the height of Brooklyn’s gentrification. ... There’s nothing romantic about lying in your own warm blood on a cold street, praying you’ll live, wondering if you’re going to survive another hour.”
“2001 is a virtual musical: the dancers are the spaceships and planets, the singer an ailing computer that slaughters four astronauts.”
Highlights from issue two:
An Appreciation: The Essential Ellen Willis
Mark Richardson loses himself in Sun Kil Moon's Benji
Geeta Dayal catches up with Can's Holger Czukay
David Toop's previously unpublished profile of Kate Bush
Franklin Bruno's tribute to game theory pop-songsmith Scott Miller
Michael A. Gonzales on gangsta rap after being shot three times
Cartoons & illustrations galore
Gary Giddins applauds Stanley Kubrick's Infinite Playlist
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