An exclusive interview w/ anarchist rapper Sole (Tim Holland) on Th’ Mole Hole radio show last night. The hour-long in-depth interview covers the rise and split with Anticon, Sole’s evolution as a musician, life as an activist, and his new album, Death Drive. Also features an eclectic mix of music, comedy, news, reviews and more, w/ special guest Meri St Mary.
I uploaded last week’s episode in case you missed it. I think it was my best one. The “Protest Episode” featuring some funny audio theater stuff, a recording of myself in a therapy session, karaoke, and some of the most ridiculous music ever recorded.
Since this excellent and underrated release is out of print, and since all of the MP3 versions I’ve found have major glitches throughout, I have acquired the original CD, encoded 320 kbps MP3’s, and made the download available for your listening pleasure. You’re welcome.
Young & Restless: That Was Then… This Is Now! (Pandisc, 1992) 1. That Was Then, This Is Now 2. Bitch Role 3. Yoke The Damn Thing 4. Eyes Of An Assassin 5. 3 Kool Kats 6. Broward County Cops 7. Just A Little Story 8. Let Me See You Jiggle Dat 9. Git Goin’ Clown 10. Can U Git It 11. Lord Is Our Friend
This Monday’s episode of Th’ Mole Hole will feature, in addition to the usual eclectic mix of lounge/folk/rap/electro/trap/latin/soul/juke music, exclusive interviews with rapper Noah23 and Crystal Fairy (upon whom the recent movie Crystal Fairy & The Magical Cactus is based).
I’ll get in-depth with Noah, spanning his life from birth to the present, discussing his musical influences, philosophical beliefs and occult influences, plus he’ll give us a quick live performance. And then Crystal Fairy and I will discuss her reaction and feelings about the internationally distributed film starring Michael Cera that used her name, likeness and very personal experiences without her permission.
In addition I’ll be playing new episodes of the audio theatre series Adventures In The New World, the fantasy-comedy segment Ask Dragonmaster, the for-dogs-only Canine Corner, Nomar Slevik's Poignant Paranormal Moment news report, and the Recipe Of The Week. What more could you ask for?
Th’ Mole Hole airs every Sunday at spaz.org, from 8-10pm Pacific and every other Monday at kvmr.org from 10pm-midnight Pacific. (Stay tuned in the coming weeks for new interviews including actor/comedian Rick Shapiro, rapper/activist Sole of Anticon, a transgender lady, a pet healer, a paranormal investigator, and a UFO summoner.)
I’ve been sucking at updating this blog lately, but besides the latest DJ 0.000001 release, Seasonal Affective Disorder (which I think is the best DJ 0.000001 album yet), Motion Recordings has also recently released the very strange EP by Enis: Do I Love Love More Than Love?, DJ 0.000001’s More F#!%ing Remixes Vol. 2 (while Vol. 1 came out via New Cocoon), and re-released Jonah Brown’s 2012 debut, Logfather (as it was previously available only via various other distribution networks for $10). Also on New Cocoon, the Morphogenesis compilation features a new instrumental by Th’ Mole. All the above are available for free or donation. (Also stay tuned for the Motion Recordings 2014 compilation, and tune in every Sunday, 8-10pm Pacific at spaz.org and every other Monday, 10pm-12am Pacific at kvmr.org for new episodes of Th’ Mole Hole radio show.)
Diplo ft. Mike Posner, Boaz Van De Beatz & Riff Raff “Crown (DJ 0.000001 Remix)”
lyrics (beginning at 1:45): i can’t wait to be gay don’t worry bout those zebras don’t worry bout those zebras don’t worry bout those zebras cheeba darth bloom i can’t wait to be gay don’t worry bout those zebras don’t worry bout those zebras don’t worry bout those zebras cheeba darth bloom, juice, a cool erection