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Bukowski say:

the man with the beautiful eyes when we were kids there was a strange house all the shades were always drawn and we never heard voices in there and the yard was full of bamboo and we liked to play … Continue reading

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Meandering into British rap for the late night…

One of the hardest records of the new millennium and probably the closest anyone (aside from El-P) has come to matching the aesthetic of vintage Public Enemy. The 808 kicks, the rock drums, the heavy guitar, the full on hard … Continue reading

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Bukowski say:

Goading the Muse this man used to be an interesting writer, he was able to say brisk and refreshing things. at the time I suggested to the editors and the critics that he was one to be watched and also … Continue reading

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Bukowski say:

batting order Hemingway’s been in a slump, can’t hit a curve ball anymore, I’m dropping him to the 6th spot. I’m putting Celine in cleanup, he’s inconsistent but when he’s good there’s no better. Hamsun I’m going to use in … Continue reading

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“You don’t go on ‘probably’ when love and guns are in hand”

I know nobody reads anymore, but I do so occasionally I’m going to talk about it. Charles Bukowski. What a guy. Before this year I knew nothing about him. Thanks to DOOM’s Born Like This, which samples a reading of … Continue reading

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