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RE/Search Conversations 11: David J Part 2

David J of Bauhaus fame visits California on his Living Room-Shows Tour and comes by RE/Search office for a visit. Bauhaus is most well known for it’s original goth hit, “Bela Lugosi Is Dead”. *Who Killed Mister Moonlight* is his 2014 biography. Part 2 of 2. Subscribe to the RE/Search Conversations podcast feed: http://simplecast.fm/podcasts/1581/rss. Also […]

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RE/Search Conversations 10: David J Part 1

David J of Bauhaus fame visits California on his Living Room-Shows Tour and comes by RE/Search office for a visit. Bauhaus is most well known for it’s original goth hit, “Bela Lugosi Is Dead”. *Who Killed Mister Moonlight* is his 2014 biography. Part 1 of 2. Subscribe to the RE/Search Conversations podcast feed: http://simplecast.fm/podcasts/1581/rss. Also […]

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RE/Search Conversations 9: Christopher Coppola

Director Christopher Coppola visits the RE/Search office to discuss filmmaking with V. Vale and Marian Wallace. Follow Christopher Coppola by visiting his blog: http://www.christophercoppola.com/ Subscribe to the RE/Search Conversations podcast feed: http://simplecast.fm/podcasts/1581/rss Download this episode.

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RE/Search Conversations 7: Daniel Miller, part 2

Part 2 of our conversation with Daniel Miller. Daniel Miller’s first claim to fame was his home-made (done in his bedroom) underground hit single, “Hot Leatherette,” an electronic pre-digital composition inspired by J.G. Ballard’s “Crash.” He was in San Francisco for a DJ gig, also doing some synthesizer research, and stopped by for a visit, […]

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RE/Search Conversations 6: Daniel Miller, Part 1

Daniel Miller’s first claim to fame was his home-made (done in his bedroom) underground hit single, “Hot Leatherette,” an electronic pre-digital composition inspired by J.G. Ballard’s “Crash.” He was in San Francisco for a DJ gig, also doing some synthesizer research, and stopped by for a visit, so we seized the time and recorded him. […]

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RE/Search Conversations 5: Jarett Kobek

Jarett Kobek, author of “I Hate the Internet” visited our RE/Search office in February 2016. He was in town on a book tour, stopping off at City Lights in San Francisco. Here he shares his thoughts on writing, social media, living in Los Angeles and many other things. Listen in on the conversation with Jarett […]

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RE/Search Conversations 4: Lyle Tuttle

Lyle Tuttle talks about his life as a tattoo artist, from the early 60s to the curation of the Tattoo Museum in San Francisco. Interviewed by V. Vale of RE/Search publications. Produced by Marian Wallace. Subscribe to the RE/Search Conversations podcast feed: http://simplecast.fm/podcasts/1581/rss Download this episode

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RE/Search Conversations 3: Rudy Rucker

Cyber-punk writer Rudy Rucker visits and discusses (amongst other things) his writing career, his painting, and the state of technology with host, V. Vale for the Counter Culture Hour (produced by Marian Wallace). Rudy Rucker has written over 30 books, two of which received Philip K. Dick Awards. His novels include Cyberpunk and transreal fiction […]

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RE/Search Conversations 2: Penny Rimbaud, part 2

Penny Rimbaud Part Two. Crass founder, drummer, lyricist, artist, and philosopher-poet behind the Anarcho-Punk 70s U.K. band. Penny Rimbaud discusses creativity, identity, futurity, and the problem with words (our primary tool for description and analysis) existing on a parallel dimension to “real life.” Part 2 of 2.  Subsribe to the RE/Search Conversations podcast feed: http://simplecast.fm/podcasts/1581/rss Download […]

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