The CERN Laboratory straddles the French-Swiss border and since its opening in 1954, it has quietly been changing the world we live in. CERN was the birthplace of the World Wide Web, an invention that is simultaneously responsible for everything that is good and bad in the world. Buried 100 metres below the earth, lies […]Read More PIGSPURT’S DAUGHTER: AN EVENING OF GASTROMANCY AND PARTICLE PHYSICS
All roads lead to Rome. Except, that is, the A23, which rather pleasingly takes you to Brighton and the birth place of The 400 Remix Project, two dozen fully paid up members of The 400, on a mission to do… something. It started in October with a Dark Ages Fever Dream, you know, like the […]Read More RAW. STRINGS. BRIGHTON. MU-SIGIL.
Excellent piece from Greg Wilson about John Higgs’ seminal book. KLF Chaos, Magic and The Band Who Burned A Million Pounds AudiobookRead More THE GATEWAY DRUG
It’s been a funny nine months or so since Welcome To The Dark Ages. I’ve published two and a half books myself, been featured in another alongside Discordian Royalty and had my blog cited in academic texts. I also managed to convince a load of super talented people to make a double concept album. And […]Read More METALUNACY: A REVIEW OF VISION 2040 BY PRIES VERHON