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Read article in Its Psychedelic Baby Magazine HERE EDITOR’S NOTE: The apocryphal “Pat-Trip Dispenser” story, alas, turns out to be untrue, but the Butcher does have a song called “Southern Mark Smith” and that’s a fact! Get the latest from the Jazz Butcher here!
Christopher Noel was one of your editor’s advisors at Vermont College of Fine Arts.. He’s devoted years to proving the existence of this cryptid known as Sasquatch or Bigfoot and learning its ways, with demonstrably frequent interaction, as seen in this new documentary of his research..
Guests: Artist Khiri S. Lee, Mark SaFranko, and Charlie Dunlap Listen HERE
In this cast, among other breadcrumbs, Elizondo drops commentary about humans not being the top of the food chain and an artifact designed to stand the test of time, given Earth’s natural ever-changing-ness, apparently referring to DNA. Thanks to Lue Elizondo, Curt Jaimungal and Theories of Everything Contacting Inner and Outer Intelligence(s)! with Zack Kopp […]
Read it HERE Outlaw Blues by Paul Williams Read the article HERE
Guests: Eddie Shaw, Myshel Prasad, Doo Crowder Listen HERE
Guests: Director Nadia Szold, authors Neeli Cherkovski and Mark SaFranko Listen HERE Neeli Cherkovski has just published a new book called ABC’s with Spuyten Devil Press.
Below this paragraph is part one of Camp Elasticity’s podcast on unidentified contacts, with a slight delay before you hear anything. This two-part cast was inspired by the Pentagon’s recent verification of Unidentifed Aerial Phenomena (formerly Objects). A few people dropped out, but Zack Kopp, Luke Schmaltz and Mike Vilano had an interesting conversation on […]
An unconventional musical act composed of former U.S. GIs in Germany, the Monks were active for a few years in the sixties before Polydor records spoiled the party by demanding a more traditional sound. Bassist Eddie Shaw exchanged emails with Zack Kopp recently regarding the band’s bizarro twinship with their unlike contemporaries, The Beatles. My […]