Uneasy Listening Archive

Well, if you’re visiting this page, you must really care.  So, here’s a dirty collage the editor made just for you . . . you seXXXy thing, you!  The archive of tunes follow . . .

Beautiful Debauchery

“The Beautiful Debauchery,” by Yours Truly, 2014

Uneasy Listening became a fixture at the boo-tay, with Heather Lenz’s 7/18/2015 poetry feature, where Godspeed You! Black Emperor’s instrumental “East Hastings” was used as accompaniment:

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Ag Synclair’s 8/01/2015 poetry feature was accompanied by “Cotard Delusion,” by The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble:

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anggo genorga’s 8/29/2015 poetry feature was accompanied by a mash-up of Allen Ginsberg/Godspeed You! Black Emperor:

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Scott Thomas Outlar’s 9/19/2015 poetry feature was accompanied by “Code Negative,” by Nachtmystium:

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Russ Cope’s 10/3/2015 poetry feature was accompanied by “Doomgrass,” by Nocturnal Poisoning:

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Kushal Poddar’s 10/17/2015 poetry feature was accompanied by “Metallic Sonata,” by Jocelyn Pook:

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Noel Negele’s 10/31/2015 poetry feature was accompanied by “Satan’s Poor Public Image,” by Doppler Effect:

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James Diaz’s 11/14/2015 poetry feature was accompanied by a selection of live Sonic Youth tunes, including “Brother James:”

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Chumki Sharma’s 11/28/2015 poetry feature was accompanied by “Lobby,” by The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble:

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John Grey’s 12/12/2015 poetry feature was accompanied by “Father Midnight,” by Earth:

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Hal Sirowitz’s 12/26/2015 poetry feature was accompanied by “Day by Day,” by Blackstargazer:

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Alan Catlin’s 1/9/2016 poetry feature was accompanied by “Overcome,” by Anatomy of Habit:

john sweet’s 1/23/2016 poetry feature was accompanied by “Prison of Mirrors,” by Xasthur:

While there’s more music to come in the future, feel free to learn more about previous features and poetry published at Midnight Lane Boutique by visiting the Wheelers & Dealers archive.