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Episode Thirteen Show Notes – Best Of 2018

Spotify Playlist of most of the songs played on the show

Carfax’s ‘Kindnssizaviruz’ (not on Spotify)

And the Corporate Records version of ‘Kindnssizaviruz’ which has different songs.

The It’s A Jangle Out There radio show tribute to The Ocean Party’s Zac Denton

Roman Muradov’s artwork

The Counterforce’s 9 Favourite Albums of 2018 (in no particular order, I love them all)

Guided By Voices – Space Gun
Fightmilk – Not With That Attitude
Accü – Echo The Red
Carla J. Easton – Impossible Stuff
james – Living In Extraordinary Times
Say Lou Lou – Immortelle
Jah Wobble – Dream World
Steve Kilbey – Sydney Rococo
Carfax (Mikey B Georgeson) – Kindnssizaviruz

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Episode Ten Show Notes – Typex

Available from SelfMadeHero.

 

Typex’s page at the Lambiek Comiclopedia.

 

p. 182, as discussed in podcast

 

 

My review of Typex’s Rembrandt in The Quietus. 

 

from ‘Rembrandt’

 

“Here is to the greatest Dutch artist… I mean the second greatest. First there was Rembrandt, then there was Typex!” – Nick Cave

 

Leonard Cohen Concertocard by Typex

 

Piece by Katie Skelly at The Comics Journal about Guy Peellaert’s The Adventures Of Jodelle, the book that inspired the Velvet Underground chapter in andy

 

Jacovitti’s page at the Lambiek Comiclopedia. Typex is a huge fan.

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Episode Ten – Typex

“Crumb never met up with Andy Warhol or The Velvet Underground as far as I know. But I put him in the story anyway. Cause he’s very important for the way we see a lot of the 60’s, especially the underground. He changed the vision. Our vision of the 60’s is formed by Robert Crumb and other artists, I think, as well as the way we see the 80’s is informed by the drawings of Tom Of Finland.”

Aug Stone talks to Dutch artist Typex about his dazzling new book andy: A Factual Fairytale The Life And Times of Andy Warhol which tells Warhol’s life story in ten parts, each section drawn in the style of the time period it deals with, his extensive research on the book, falling in love with music and comics, drawing comix reviews of concerts, Robert Crumb, Harvey Kurtzman and MAD magazine, Guy Peellaert, and much more.

Show Notes Here…

 

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