I just released Daniel Storm’s Stormy Daniel Mixtape #1 + the 1st review is out!

Daniel Storm’s Stormy Daniel Mixtape #1

I love Stormy, what can I say. recorded live in one session. stream of consciousnesses ….. first four tracks are unlike the last.

THANK YOU so much Beach Sloth for your WORDS:

Rose Pacult – Daniel Storm’s Stormy Daniel Mixtape #1

Poetry, politics, and DIY come together as one with Rose Pacult’s defiant “Daniel Storm’s Stormy Daniel Mixtape #1”. Rose Pacult employs her poetic sensibilities throughout the entirety of the collection, at times tapping into the playful harsh sarcasm of Kim Gordon. Her vocal style really rules supreme over the course of the collection. Storytelling works wonders throughout, letting the personal and the news merge together as one. A playfulness defines the entirety of the whole piece. The arrangements are kept to the essentials, sometimes kept down to a single lonely drum. Out of all of the thoughtful lyricism, a hope emerges, thanks to the power of Rose Pacult’s determination to see the bright light amongst all the darkness that can easily consume.

 

The collection begins with the blunt drums of the opener “stormy1”. A no wave kind of stream of consciousness comes to tie the whole thing together. Rose Pacult discusses the NDA Stormy Daniels signed to hide Donald Trump’s own mediocrity in bed. Brutality remains supreme while Rose Pacult’s sarcasm is a pure joy to witness. Swampy grooves help to anchor “stormy2” where Rose Pacult reveals her own astrological sign. Organs sound dusty and dying while Rose Pacult’s voice takes front and center stage. Dreamy vibes lounge about on “stormy3”. Rhythms have a ceremonial approach with the powerful “stormy4”. Atmospheric to its very core “stormy5” ends the collection on a surreal note, with the whole song seemingly disappearing into the air.

 

Rose Pacult sings the songs America needs to hear on the sharp biting wit of “Daniel Storm’s Stormy Daniel Mixtape #1”.

 

 

Beach Sloth Stormy Daniel Mixtape #1

 

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Farewell, to my dog, Juli, video: ‘juli and rose, I’m sorry’

While working on an application that required me to search through my film archives my friend and I found this video I made with my dog Juli: unedited,

juli and rose, I’m sorry from Rose Pacult on Vimeo.

‘juli and rose, I’m sorry’ secures the loving history between 2 best friends that will never see each other again.

 

https://vimeo.com/rosepacult/httpsvimeocomjuliandrose

My Room from Rose Pacult

15 hours of footage compressed 2k x speed into 5 minutes looped with audio recording of my mom singing things to me in my room.

made at 3045 N Southport Ave, Chicago IL 2015

TALsounds – Berghain Kantine, Berlin from Rose Pacult

https://vimeo.com/256564887

 

TALsounds – Berghain Kantine, Berlin from Rose Pacult on Vimeo.

Synths, vocals, reverb, loops, some noise, and occasional collaborations

Genre

ambient, experimental, improvisation

Band Members

Natalie Chami

Record Label

Releases on:

Ba Da Bing! Records

Hausu Mountain

Bookend Recordings

Cosmic Winnetou

Cricket Cemetery

About

TALsounds is Natalie Chami || ambient || experimental || improvisation || http://www.talsounds.com

Biography

This is Natalie Chami’s solo project.

Other projects: Good Willsmith, l’éternèbre, Screaming Claws

Current Location

Chicago

categories

Musician/band

 

Technik Art Magazine Write up

http://www.technikart.com/the-starting-point-that-will-also-be-the-exit/

PENDANT 24H ON VA SE PERDRE À MONTREUIL AU MILIEU D’UN BORDEL À CIEL OUVERT, AVEC UN PEU PARTOUT DES SETS, DES PROJOS, DES PERF’ ET D’AUTRES TRUCS TROP SPÉ. UN ESPACE TEMPS DE 24H AU MILIEU D’UN LIEU REBAPTISÉ SOUVENIR MUSEUM OÙ TU VAS POUVOIR RAVITAILLER TON IMAGINATION

Queen House présent : The Starting Point that will Also Be the Exit

Festival / exhibition / performances / projections / DJ / food&drinks

Avec la participation de :

SEBASTIAN ACKER (DE) // SIMON ALLEN (USA) // MARKUS BUTKEREIT (DE) // KID CHOCOLAT (CHE) // KATY DRESNER (US) // EDITION FUROR (AT) // JULIEN FARGETTON (FR) // MARINA FAUST (AU) // GEORGI TOMOV GEORGIEV (BG) // DANTE GOETIA (USA) // JUSTE ICI (FR) // MATTHEW JULIAN MURPHY (CA) // SAWAKO KABUKI 冠木 佐和 (JP) // VIKENTI KOMICSKI (BG) // SASHA KURMAZ (UA) // LISE (FR) // AMY LOCKHART (CA) // YE (BG) // ROSE PACULT (USA) // MATT PACULT (USA) // POL (CH) // JOYCE POLANCE (USA) // VLADIC RAVICH (RU) // THIERRY THÉOLIER (FR)  // ERIC WINKLER (DE)

 PROGRAMME 

SAMEDI 27 JANVIER

11h00 : Portes Ouvertes

11h00 – 18h00 : Exhibition & installations

18h00 – 21h00 : Projection des films

21h00 – 00h30 : Performances musicales

00h30 – 03h30 : DJ

DIMANCHE 28 JAN

11h00 – 17h00 : Exhibition

17h00 : Fermeture

SATURDAY JAN 27

11h00 : Opening

11h00 – 18h00 : Exhibition & installations

18h00 – 21h00 : Film screenings

21h00 – 00h30 : Musical performances

00h30 – 03h30 : DJ

SUNDAY JAN 28

11h00 – 17h00 : Exhibition & installations

17h00 : Closing

 INFOS PRATIQUES 

The Souvenir Museum

Adresse à communiquer

Métro ligne 9 : station Mairie de Montreuil

Ⓑ Bus 129 : Paul Signac – Carrefour du 8 Mai 1945

De samedi 27 à 11h au dimanche 28 à 17h !!

 Billets

prévente 10€ >>> https://artery.is/showcases/souvenir_museum
Sur place 15€

CATÉGORIES

Heard there’s a hot revival of a Chicago Magazine

NEWS RELEASE:  Another Chicago Magazine makes a comeback.
 
November 7, 2017
 
Forty years after it began as a modest booklet of student work, and more than two years after its last print issue, Another Chicago Magazine has reinvented itself as an online-only publication. Issue #55 is out, featuring an interview with George Saunders after his Booker award. (“When I was young I really thought if you just wrote the right book, you could stop evil in its tracks.”)
 
It continues its recent affinity for publishing non-realistic fiction with Ben Loory’s fairy tales for adults, and Dan Moreau’s interweaving of the real and speculative in “The Palaces of Saddam Hussein.” Poet Jennifer Conlon asks a question that sounds familiar: “Why Did ____ Join If They Knew What They Were Signing Up For?” and Eliza Nichols translates a section of Franco-Somali author Patrick Erouart-Siad’s memoir of life with his mother in colonial Djibouti.
 
Chicago painter Joyce Polance contributes a striking image of a woman with a belt made of penises, with the evocative title, “Coup.”  Her paintings also accompany the poems.
 
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Editor of the new ACM is S.L. Wisenberg, who was nonfiction editor of the print magazine. Dan Gonzalez, former fiction editor, is managing editor. Former fiction reader Betty Scott now edits the fiction, and Matt Wood is nonfiction and digital editor. The poetry editor will be named soon. Kevin Coval is the free-ranging talent scout. The magazine includes an economy editor, Corbin Hiday, who will explore large societal questions.  
 
In the 1990s and the beginning of the 2000s, ACM was run by a stable group of editors, led by poet and biography Barry Silesky. Fiction editor was Sharon Solwitz, and Wisenberg joined as nonfiction editor. Simone Muench was longtime poetry editor. Under Silesky, the magazine became known for work that was both edgy and political in form and content. The online issue includes four prose poems by Silesky.
In its four decades, ACM has published writers from Charles Bukowski to Samantha Irby. It published early work by Jenny Boully, Ira Sukrungruang, and Kathleen Rooney, as well as a piece by a Chicago visual artist just beginning his writing career: David Sedaris. The magazine also published a chapter of Mira Bartok’s “The Memory Palace” her first book for adults, before the best-selling memoir was published.
Other notable writers whose work have appeared in ACM are Sterling Plumpp, Robin Hemley, Julie Marie Wade, Michael Martone, Ander Monson, David Trinidad, Richard Cecil, Joshua Marie Wilkenson, Achy Obejas, Alan Cheuse, Joe Meno, Jim DeRogatis, Cris Mazza, Maxine Chernoff, Stuart Dybek, James McManus, Virgil Suarez, Albert Goldbarth, Shelley Jackson, Ryan Van Cleve, Paul Hoover, David Ignatow, Campbell McGrath, Beth Ann Fennelly, Patrick Somerville, Amelia Gray, Lindsay Hunter, Jac Jemc, Halle Butler,  Stephen Motika, Aaron Burch, Thomas McGrath, and Brigit Pegeen Kelly. And more and more. In addition, the magazine has included interviews with many literary luminaries, including, Amiri Baraka, Allen Ginsburg, Carlos Fuentes, Aleksandar Hemon, and Grace Paley.
 
The next submission period for the semi-annual magazine will be January 1-June 1, 2018. The magazine also includes and welcomes reviews and review-essays of books that explore social issues and politics, as well as literary works. It plans to include a wide-ranging blog to explore art and ideas.
 
Recent editors have included Matt Rowan, Jacob Knabb, and Caroline Eick. Rowan led ACM to deliberately expand its fiction beyond mimesis to include metafiction and slipstream literature.
 
The magazine was recently part of the independent publisher Curbside Splendor but has returned to independence. It is not affiliated with a university or other organization.
 
Information: S.L. Wisenberg, Slwisenberg@sbcglobal.net; 773-909-8702