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prozac is good when the adderall starts wearing off [Jul. 29th, 2004|11:52 am]
Satyr Oz
[mood |ADHD]
[music |Go Away - Strawberry Switchblade]

a cool article about this guy Mosher who opposed the use of medication in treating schizophrenia, and instead promulgated a more inclusive system of support for people who suffer mental illness


boy dies from toxic effects of adderall
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Satyr Oz track excerpt appars in SilkMilk MagiZen [Apr. 7th, 2004|03:15 pm]
Satyr Oz
Friends, I am pleased to announce the relese of an excerpt from the Satyr Oz track "Shimmers of the Secret Fire" from the Yellowbrick Prayer Book CD I, in the following multimedia publication from Melbourne Australia: SILKMILK MagiZen #2.
I also wish to send you my love and blessings under the Great Spirit's protection this week as we enter the 100th anniversary of Thelema. Aleister Crowley received The Book of the Law on April 8th, 9th, and 10th 1904. The Magickal Revival has seen leaps and bounds since that convergence of love and will nearly a century ago. The Great Work goes on. Love is the law, love under will. - Satyr Oz

SILKMILK MagiZen is a collective publishing vehicle
of The Order of ChAOS and affiliates. A perfect-bound
(square spine) print journal with an audio/video CD in
the back cover, it presents artistic expressions in a
range of mediums from musical and soundscape to film,
painting, drawing, poetry and essays, all with
magickal intent and/or content.

Contents, Samples (art,writing, music, film) and
Ordering information for SilKMilK s p o o l #2 can be
seen and heard at:


track listing for the cd with some mp3 samples can be found here:

SilkMilk MagiZen can be ordered through paypal from either page.

The 2nd of April 2004 -(anniversary of Frater Achad's
inauguration of the Ma-(nifestat)-Ion) -saw a
convergence of some of the finest of Melbourne's
esoteric underground artists, performers and musicians
for the launch of the second SILKMILK MagiZain and CD.

For the launch of the second spool -which has a
'Magickal Body Arts' theme- Metamorphic Ritual Theatre
created a new short play -'MeduZeus', (which they will
be performing again at the imminent Easter Confest).
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recent playlist [Mar. 13th, 2004|10:53 am]
Satyr Oz
[mood |artisticartistic]

This is what I played "On the Way to the Peak of Normal" this past Thorsday.

1. Ween - Hey there fancy pants
2. Tiny Tim with Brave Combo - I just want to stay here and love you
3. Spell - I've got you babe
4. Strawberry Switchblade - Who Knows What Love Is?
5. Strawberry Switchblade - Go Away
6. Nature and Organisation - Bloodstreamruns
7. The Sugarcubes - Coldsweat
8. Cocteau Twins - Fotzepolitic
9. Schmertz der Welten - Oben Wie Unten
10. The Bevis Frond - Blurred Vision
11. Faust - J'ai Mal Aux Dents
12. The Black Fives - track 3 from Solid Phase ep
13. Edward Ka'spel - O'Riley's Comet
14. Nurse With Wound - Spiral Insana track 2
15. Raison D'etre - Anathema/Apotheosis
16. Meat Beat Manifesto - Wildlife
17. Rapoon - from the album Darker By Light
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(no subject) [Mar. 9th, 2004|11:50 am]
Satyr Oz

find your element
at mutedfaith.com.
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post-weekend write up [Mar. 9th, 2004|11:10 am]
Satyr Oz
[mood |confusedconfused]
[music |Siouxsies and the Banshees - the ghost in you]

Satyrday night I went to Roesing Ape's book [ A Beautiful Woman] release party at the Mockbee Building. I did not stay for the whole event but was able to hear the poetry performance art of Keith Wahle and Tara Guilfoil, and hear the droning macintosh miasma of Joshua Treble.
You can get his book, and a copy of the sixth issue of the Dyslexicon from www.tokyorose.com along with some cool music by the Haywards, Fudgie & Fu Fu, and Lesniak.

Sunday I went to Gabe's art opening at Mullane's. The most impressive music that evening was well played by: The Best Pedestrian. Local people need to check out her marvelous talent, a great keyboardist, beautiful voice and poetic lyrics. Other acts included Roesing Ape ( www.roesingape.org )
The Black Fives and mash up sets by DJ Empirical. He played some fun stuff.
I had a rather good time.
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jingle jangle morning [Mar. 6th, 2004|10:54 am]
Satyr Oz
[mood |ditzyshmermewobble]
[music |"hurt" as played by Johnny Cash]

Just dilly, dallying around. Getting ready to go to Findlay Market.
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Astral Surf Gypsies & Foley show at Corryville Library [Mar. 5th, 2004|02:52 pm]
Satyr Oz
[mood |jubilantjubilant]
[music |macedonian folk dances]

Foley (8Fold + Bridget Bambrick) made their down tempo technoid debut alongside mine and Danny's project, Astral Surf Gypsies, at the Corryville Branch Library last evening.
Foley's set was flawless. Ours was not quite as good as it could have been. Danny's acoustic guitar was slightly out of tune [We had taken it to Willis music earlier that day to replace a tuning peg, and the guy who fixed it, a real music snob, also restringed and tuned the instrument. The problem with this was that Danny does not play his guitar in the exact tuning that most people would and he was having trouble getting it to how it was.] We played the following songs: 1. I adore thee in Song 2. A Riftless Sea 3. I Magi N'aton 4. Where do we go from here? 5. Too Much Bug Powder.
The audience was not as large as I had hoped. Shows at the Corryville branch are pretty hit or miss in that respect. I guess they occur a bit too early in the evening for most people, and the fact that there are no alcoholic beverages... who knows. The people who were there I was very happy to see, because they are the people who I consider to be an extended family of (weird) sorts: Andy, Christian Zombie, Audrey and Ilia, Paul Spaite, my uncle Dan, Austin & Brook. Plus some random wonderers by.
That was the last show for the Corryville New Music Review for some time. We do not have any other shows lined up at the moment which will gives some more time to work on our live set, write some new songs, and generally tweak our sound into the psychedelic stratosphere.

Today is David Tibet's birthday. I wrote him a brief letter and he wrote me back. I did not know if he would or not. That made me happy!
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general whining somewhat disgruntled blog [Mar. 2nd, 2004|09:26 am]
Satyr Oz
[mood |uncomfortableoverworked]
[music |"...the questions are the answers..."]

I've been getting a bit burnt out at my library job, but I don't think there is any place where I could be as happy. I do not work at a desk. I do a lot of lifting, scanning, pushing carts around, sorting out the books for the departments, the tasks that keep the library functioning. I definitely do not wish to enter the corporate work world, the job market doesn't seem to be that good right now anyway and college still hasn't seemed to find my interest. I just get sick of doing the same repetitive task over and over again that I have been doing for 3 and half years.
I'll feel better eventually though.
It seems my responsibilities have increased, especially now that I have a car. And I feel challenged to keep my creativity intact (although I know it ebbs and flows) amidst the many areas of my life. Time seems to slip by, and the many projects and ideas I have in my head while working, seem to dwindle in importance as I come home, just wanting to relax, and regain my energy. And to sustain some of the more long term projects, such as writing that novel, or finishing the 7th issue of my 'zine the Dyslexicon, seem momentous. But I have faith that when the time is auspicious these things will come to pass.
Another vacation is probably in order. I have two and a half weeks of paid vacation available to take, and as the whether grows warmer the opportunity to get out of the city and go camping, perhaps in John Bryant state park, and a visit to Yellow Springs (Audrey and I have been planning to go for some time) seems a tantalizing prospect, and one that I will not be able to put off for much longer. Not that I want to put it off. I just have to wait. Not too much longer though.
My mental health will benefit from such a retreat from the daily routine.
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music things [Feb. 20th, 2004|09:25 am]
Satyr Oz
[mood |hungryhungry]

Tuesday night I went and picked Danny Ezekiel up, and headed over to my girlfriends house. We hung out there for a moment and then all went together up the street to the North Side Tavern to hear her debut as the keyboardist of Sub-Audition:
Paul Bartley: guitar vocals, Android: drums, Nikki: guitar vocals keyboards, Audrey: keyboard. This was the fourth time I have seen Sub-Audition. Their songs have been stuck in my head ever since.

Last night I was at the radio station, the following is my set list for "On the Way to the Peak of Normal" 02/19/04:
1. Download -Seren Plague
2. cEvin Key - cccc4
3. Coil - Wrong Eye
4. Dat Politics - ? from Plugs Plus
5. Boards of Canada - Dawn Chorus
6. Mum - Green Grass of Tunnell
7. Rose McDowall - from the post-Strawberry Switchblade sunflower demos
8. Massive Attack - Say What Your Soul Sings w/ Sinead O'Connor
9. Kate Bush - Mother Stands For Comfort
10. Tortoise - ? from Standards
11. Godspeed! You Black Emperor - ? from Yanqui u.x.o.
12. Nurse With Wound - track 3 from Automating I
13. Legendary Pink Dots - Zoo
14. Death In June - 13 Years of Carrion
15. Current 93 - It is Time, Only Time
16. Shirley Collins - Young Girl Cut Down In Her Prime
17. The Incredible String Band - Lordly Nightshade
18. The Cool Ghoul - Black & Hairy
19. The Soft Boys - Salamander
20. The Astral Surf Gypsies - A Riftless Sea
21. Acid Mothers Temple - Occle Lady
22. Sudden Infant - from live cd recorded in sweden
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Whats in my Brainwashed Player [Feb. 16th, 2004|02:20 pm]
Satyr Oz
[mood |enthralledenthralled]

To see what I have been listening to follow this link and scroll down to the very bottom of the page for the "Whats In Your Player" section for funny quips about Satyr Oz:

Then be sure to check out the rest of the Brainwashed Brain!
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