Archive for September, 2009

Roman Polanski: Unwanted & Undesirable

Monday, September 28th, 2009

I shared some thoughts about Roman Polanski’s arrest in Switzerland over at Vol. 1 Brooklyn


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Reviewed: Boston Noir, Edited by Dennis Lehane

Sunday, September 27th, 2009

I reviewed the Akashic Books short story anthology Boston Noir edited by Dennis Lehane for Vol. 1 Brooklyn


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The Creepy Touch! Episode 9: The Mad Decent Block Party

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

In this episode: Toilet Cobra goes to Philadelphia on a bus that smells like shit and dicks and has fun bouncing around like a doofus to deafening rhythmic music. He spoke to some other doofuses about stupid shit. It’s that kind of show. Stupid people talking about stupid shit. Also the long awaited Diplo interview in which we delve into his early years and he explains why he makes gang sign hand gestures whenever his photo is taken. Skerrit Bwoy also makes an appearance and tells the uninitiated about his village.

Originally published at the Mishka Bloglin

Test Patterns #8 at Don Pedros

Thursday, September 10th, 2009

More photos by Sarahana at Impose Magazine

Test Patterns #8 curated by Impose Magazine at Don Pedros on September 10th, 2009. I performed live visuals for DD/MM/YYYY, Graffiti Monsters and Spiral Beach.

The Creepy Touch! Episode 8: Jon Langford of The Mekons!

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

In this episode: Toilet Cobra meets Jon Langford of the legendary punk band The Mekons and spends most of the interview asking Jon about his penis. What a dirty degenerate hipster! Toilet Cobra that is, not Jon Langford.

Originally published at the Mishka Bloglin

Reviewed: We Live In Public

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

I reviewed Ondi Timoner’s documentary We Live In Public at Vol. 1 Brooklyn


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These Are Powers: Under The Highline

Saturday, September 5th, 2009

Live visuals for These Are Powers at a one-of-a-kind showspace beneath the Highline Park on Manhattan’s West Side curated by Less Artists More Condos on September 5th, 2009.

These Are Powers Under The Highline from Matthew Caron on Vimeo.

One of my favorite shows of all time.