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Conversation with Gareth Knight

Gareth Knight, an author of some forty books on a wide array of subjects following his training in Dion Fortune’s Society of the Inner Light, is now firmly established as one of the world’s foremost authorities on ritual magic, the … Continue reading

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Antiphonal Airs by Joseph Noble

sound remembered beneath the sound board within the fingers recognizable and strange at the rim of summoning and leaving Antiphonal Airs is a mixilating series of poems from poet-musician Joseph Noble.  Some are improvisational riffs on specific composers, their lives … Continue reading

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The Singularity of Whirring Vinyl Joy

Ah the joy of collecting vinyl… the crackles and pops while you scan through ghost-written liner notes only four record nerds in the entire universe have read in totality… that non-compressed precision in an oh-so-slightly humped side one… where horns … Continue reading

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Plakthonestrid Uru: Does Gibberish have a place in Vocal Music?

In a recent classroom survey to determine the most important musical elements for college students deciding whether or not to like a new song, coherent and comprehensive lyrics were given as one of the top two answers.  Only one percent … Continue reading

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