nathaxnne (hiatus)

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  • Cornella: The Story of a Burning Bush

    Cornella: The Story of a Burning Bush

    no wave was a lot of things but one of the things it ended up being by the mid-eighties was an industrial music for people who didn't have access to tape loops or knew how to program a heavy metal for people who couldn't be bothered to learn how to play it and like although the idea of heavy metal built on no wave principles is for real totally amazing we had to wait until we could score some keiji…

  • Made for TV

    Made for TV


    Dearest Readers: I know I have promised you a thousand times or more that i would cease with endless gen x nostalgia trail opposite of blazing f combustion it's the xxist c but like true confessions #1 I am an unreliable narrators even to myself let alone u and like any good unreliable narrator I have ripped off guesstimate 89% of my shtick from ann magnuson so I owe it to u to induce u to imagine hs me in…

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  • Green Room

    Green Room


    You know, it would be really quite terrible if we were to find ourselves trapped in the midst of an armed White Supremacist business operation which uses entertainment as a cover for nefarious schemes which sicken and enslave the whole of the culture whilst using non-whites as scapegoats for the damage and hostility which follows, further fuelling their cause, right? right?

  • The Birth of a Nation

    The Birth of a Nation


    I was lucky enough to have been taught The Birth Of A Nation as part of a course in American History during high school. We learned about its purpose as a work of propaganda 50 years after the end of the Civil War, celebrating the collapse of Reconstruction and glorifying the Southern Redemption which arose in its place. President Woodrow Wilson signaled his support of White Nationalist groups by ending executive branch civil rights outreach and by showing The Birth…