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The Time Being | Steve Kilbey
  • quicken the dead
    another warm storm crackling with thunderbolt and flash cheated of their minutes the hours all escape out into the rain poor old heart skipping beats and black blood coagulates somewhere the sap of a tree slowly smoking in the charcoal disc like moon between shudders the old place emits its many spirits into the night a damage done by cosmic rays peeling off the human veneer a painting of life that never moves the people come and go come and go a sunken floor and cushions and some dressed up little monkey endlessly repeating the syllable om the traffic distantly murmurs summer summer summer summer saturday night squashed into a series of ones and zeros information being processed in the darkness of mind long spooky seconds that suddenly snap or burst a rapid lifetime compressed into gods one endless moment in the tepid soft rain a whispering bird `baby baby baby baby she seems to sing so tenderly in the leaves outside this window the rustling feels in time delicious breeze that comes running across the wavelets like a dancer carrying news from oh so far away and long ago oh and when the stars pop out i remember some music and a room i had forgotten my father so young young young hes all dressed up to go somewhere to go somewhere i wonder if he sees the ghosts that all swarm around him all during the war but now the wars like a dream to him and europe awakens to a fragile pink dawn and sydney sinks deeper and harder into its ever resilient night the cheap blinds go click clack click clack in the lovely breezes down by the motel seaside the palms and pines twist and gyrate i embrace this coastal life like an addict taking everything he could find a […]
  • oh noah!
    jesus christ i think i saw the worst movie ever made last night what a shocker ! the cheapest cheesiest CGI stuff that’d be laughable if yer child did em really? the whole biblical story of noah perverted needlessly into this? its got the production value of a nineties wargame DVD the stuff thats been chucked in there is so fricking unrealistic you will writhe russell crowe as noah, right? thats gotta be unrool ..! that tough gladiator and solid all round geezer. a pretty good actor too if he’s in a good film anthony hopkins too god i hoped they paid him well..! what an absolute amateurish shambles no…worse than amateurish it smacks of cynicism and the arrogance as 2 hollywood knuckleheads try to improve upon a classic do you remember the green mist in “voyage of the dawn treader” ? do you remember the insipid stinker they did called “troy”? that preposterous notion that some b grade philistine working on his laptop can actually radically change Homer or biblical stories and make them better? every stupid thing is milked of its obviousness by a new hollywood invention noah now lives in a wasteland that would makes your local quarry look like tahiti a blackened desert of nasty weird shit noah sure is buffed up tho for a guy who eats tiny microscopic bits of lichen or whatever then theres a weird animal hunted by the evil hunters this weird creature and this weird substance that glows and..wow! expodes…gee…! and the super kitted out as goth weird bad guys are mining this exploding beautiful stuff and oh yeah oh yeah theres these other creatures called the watchers with glowing red eyes yeah they do look like the thing as countless reviews have indeed pointed out laughably (again ) so when […]
  • knowledge comes with deaths release
    i gotta letter from a very nice man his sister in law was dying she was a massive church fan along with her sister was there any chance i could maybe visit her? well i asked my dad who lives on in my heart and i come to him with moral dilemmas immediately he says go there slim…right now! i get my 12 string guild and i jump on the train to me there is no question of saying no to this gig it is quite clearly the right thing to do tricky though because you dont wanna feel too proud of yerself either sit down and shut up kilbeys ego! this is not about you after an hour on yon train i am met at the station by brother in law and husband of ill lady they are lovely guys altho the husband is sad and i immediately start to feel sad too i soak up peoples emotions nowadays and i have no shield we go up to the room Shes in there with her sister and her two early teenage sons all of them are incredibly nice and incredibly sad too Jenine is sitting there in bed dosed up on morphine she had had some hope but a few days before those hopes were dashed the cancer was in other organs it was a matter of days now before she would succumb Jenine was warm friendly shy brave and considering the circumstances quite cute she was only 49 my dad takes over and i manage to say a few jokey things and we all laugh all my arguments dilemmas and problems are forgotten Jenines grace under pressure is inspirational i sing her a few songs which i forget the words for this is my toughest and most important gig […]
  • chrysanthemum
    resurgence of influence paradox within its own flux i author of my own release within the tentacled sea replete with its odysseus within the feathered air falling nowhere within the cities of eastern potentates i gurgle the plonk within a ladys quarters mortifying the flesh wound with salve within the glade in forest spring you said some god had promised us everything within terminal five of a foreign airport i hold court in the lift yeah drink a cup of kindness yet baby yeti its another year in the future my childhood oh it has flown by i thought it should last much longer the rising sun that was in my dreams now set in grey warm evenings i struggle with the words like a titan in a deep dungeon chiselling poetry on the zeitgeists psyche with syringe full of forget my day job as night porter at the morning markets on tuesday afternoons Monet wont buy you everything but damn close by Vermeer i stumble through your museum a philistine damaging your little crowns i jumble up your one thousand names and i say them all just for fun i am a barbarian let loose upon a memory my world of remorse off course in an unknown galaxy i strap on my axe turn my back on an enemy this is the house where the king will be born this is the time as if arrows could sing this is the time in intelligence we gleaned suddenly though youve had enough          

Marty's Site

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Countdown magazine talks to Richard and Marty
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Countdown magazine talks to Richard and Marty in 1986, as Already Yesterday is being overlooked for radio airplay.

 

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Jack Frost was going to include Neil Finn and Paul Kelly
Thursday, 06 March 2014

Grant McLennan conceived Jack Frost as a four-man supergroup, according to this interview, originally published at this link

 

 

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Nice and techy Tim Powles interview
Sunday, 03 March 2013

Originally published at Spire Focus. Tim talks about the work he's done for the band and some of the other acts that he works with. Busy guy!

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Tim talks to dbMagazine about the 2011 FPP tour
Friday, 21 December 2012

Nice to see the amazing Tim Powles getting interviewed! Originally at dbMagazine.

 

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Robert Lurie's review of 2nd Isidore album
Saturday, 03 March 2012

It's always a treat to see Robert's writing. Here he reviews the 2nd and long-awaited Isidore album "Life Somewhere Else". This is from BlurtOnline

 

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Steve on the bands resurgent popularity
Saturday, 03 March 2012

Steve talks to Max Easton on the band being rediscovered by the mainstream around their 30th anniversary. Originally published in Brag magazine.

 

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Peter Koppes talks to Beat magazine about
Saturday, 03 March 2012

Interesting look back to P=A with Peter's perspective.

 

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