Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Halloweeny thing of the day: .Neither are exactly "halloween" but they definitely have the vibe of halloween that i think is rad.

This is Klaus singing a song about being risen from the dead which is interesting because hes singing as hes actually days away from death himself. RIP KLAUS... So fucking fierce.

This is Armen Ra a Theremin player who I have never met but friends say hes cool and hes sorta giving you the "I came from the same mansion up on the hill that Klaus did" thing... Which Im always receptive to. I found the clip on Eitel thoughts a new blog of an SIU customer who has a taste for finer things and trannies, the link is in the blog list.


nsfw said...

Klaus was a treasure and a genuine genius... that was when the East Village truly rocked with pure potential and so many original personalities!

Anonymous said...

There's an really spooky connection to these two pieces...Klaus Nomi is performing one of the parts of "Memorial" by Micheal Nyman, and as seen in climax of Peter Greenaway's "The cook, the thief, his wife, and her lover". This piece is formed out of themes from Henry Purcell's "King Arthur" written some 350 years ago....and the theremin piece is another piece of Purcell's wondeful music from "Dido and Aeneas"....I know, I know,:this is all too, too anal, but still quite, quite beautiful in the whole.