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Tonight, for your delication, a song to revive your jaded senses: we offer you a new track by Sypha Nadon, named "The Mauve Zone." It is one of two new Sypha Nadon tracks, which will appear next month on the MZR album "A Dream as White as the Death of a Seagull" [MZR014]. "The Mauve Zone" is like no other Sypha Nadon song. Juxtaposing the atmosphere of a Kenneth Grant poem of the same name with new and exciting musical and recording techniques, it marks the second coming of the Sypha Nadon sound, a nocturnal symphony that evokes the miasma of a nightside dream. In fact, it could very well be the official anthem of Mauve Zone Recordings. Inspired by the sublunary literature of the Mauve Zone and also H.P. Lovecraft's "At the Mountains of Madness", it is bound to excite the phantom flowers which grow in the deepest soil of your soul. The new song may be heard at the Sypha Nadon MySpace page, here:
Also coming soon from MZR: a new album by Sypha Nadon, plus two new albums from Bryce Clayton Eiman (one in 2008, the other in 2009).
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Mauve Zone Recordings: providing moving arias for a vanishing style of mind.
(SYPHA NADON POSTER)
Saturday, July 26, 2008
Monday, July 21, 2008
MZR (and the Final Church of the Zumb Zumb Apocalypse) would like to draw attention to the fact that noted musician/writer Thomas Moore (also known as Thomas Moronic) has just put out his first collection of poetry, named "Surfaces". Published by Broken Blood Press and distributed via Lulu, it may be purchased at the following link (I just bought a copy myself a few minutes ago):
Also coming soon from Thomas Moore is his first collection of short stories, "People Are Not Like Trees". He's also at work on a novel, excerpts of which he's been posting on his blog here: