Musician, composer, sound designer, producer based in Brooklyn, NY.

Inspired by history, geography, travel, occult, fiction.

For more information visit http://disparition.info or http://disparition.bandcamp.com

it is 2:30 am and I just now learned that there was a film adaptation of the Hobbit made in the USSR in 1985. And that the whole thing is on Youtube.

by Jay Rawlins, title and date unknown.

by Jay Rawlins, title and date unknown.

Granicha is a mutation of words like granica or граница or hranice

Where are you?
Are you hiding from me?
Are you still looking for things that no-one else can see?

Where are you?
Are you in some place that we cannot reach?
Are you bathing in moonlight or drowned on the beach?

Where are you?
Are you surrounded by things we cannot penetrate?
Is the cage you love the home you also hate?

Your fear of death attracts such strange objects
Smothering you, hiding you, don’t let it spoil you
Show yourself so the others may see you
So the others may feed you
They want to be near you

If you can’t get enough of your hypnotic injection
Then it’s time to put an end to this invalid function
Poor little ghost boy
Let me be your human toy

Where are you?
No-one’s seen you for years
Have your wounds grown wings? Are you feasting on fears?
I can see your dark corona is eating into you
You’re surrounded by things we cannot penetrate
Is the cage you love the home you also hate?
Life lies with the scissors inside her
The surgeon was a butcher
All of us are wounded, anaesthetised in A.E.
Numbed by stuff we should not see
Each of us lies bleeding
Our rivers intermingling
Poor little ghost boy
Let me be your human toy

I’ll wrap my last kiss in a bandage
I’ll wrap my last kiss in a bandage
I’ll wrap my last kiss in a bandage
I’ll wrap my last kiss in a bandage

cianm1301:

lunairenepond:

sexybaldwin:

hallublin:

disparition:

Not sure if this counts as a spoiler but this was one of my favorite parts of the live #WTNV show (at Town Hall Theater)

You will believe a man can fly.

This is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen

At what part did they do this?!

I think this was the part in 49B where Steve Carlsberg hugged Cecil.

Correct. The moment was a bit different each show, this was from the 10pm show. 

cianm1301:

lunairenepond:

sexybaldwin:

hallublin:

disparition:

Not sure if this counts as a spoiler but this was one of my favorite parts of the live #WTNV show (at Town Hall Theater)

You will believe a man can fly.

This is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen

At what part did they do this?!

I think this was the part in 49B where Steve Carlsberg hugged Cecil.

Correct. The moment was a bit different each show, this was from the 10pm show. 

Hello there! First, I love your music, especially the Neukrk album. Second, I noticed on your Soundcloud website that each song from the Granicha album has a different symbol/rune/design next to it - I was curious if there are certain meanings or stories behind each symbol? Thanks! :3

Thank you

The symbols were designed by the artist Sumudu Welaratna, who also did the album art for Madoc and Transmutations.

The meaning of each symbol lies in the lyrics and music of the songs they correspond to, as well as the concept of Granicha overall.

I sent Sumudu the lyrics and music and explained a bit of what everything was about, and she created the symbols in response. 

Moveable Type (at Brooklyn, NYC, NY, USA)

Moveable Type (at Brooklyn, NYC, NY, USA)

Labyrinth in Beijing

I am excited to work on a new project called LABYRINTH as part of a great team led by Mei Ann Teo. We’re creating an immersive audio/visual/physical experience about memory, sound, image, and audience contribution to the art.

This piece will debut at the Beijing Fringe Festival in September 2014. We are gathering memories thoughts sounds and images to use in this piece from people all over the world.

If you’d like to contribute, please take a couple minutes and answer some or all of the questions here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/THJD8YD

You can also email us images or sounds at labyrinthbeijing@gmail.com

Thank you!

I just read "The Spy Who Came in From the Cold" thanks to your enthusiastic recommendation. Man, what a great book! Thanks.

I’m so glad you liked it! The 1964 film version with Richard Burton is worth checking out. And I definitely recommend trying the “Karla” trilogy which starts with Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.  Some of the same characters are in that as well. 


Owners with their black cats, waiting in line for an audition in the movie “Tales of Terror.” Hollywood, CA, 1961 (via)

Owners with their black cats, waiting in line for an audition in the movie “Tales of Terror.” Hollywood, CA, 1961 (via)