10 August 2003

Today at the Vicarage The

Today at the Vicarage : The Vicarage

The future is in place and beckoning to us. A large part of this future is the online world - Punk's daily art has transformed this space. With an engaged online community much is possible. The alternative is an old world model which brings compromise and complications. Although this too will continue to have its place.

Imagine a DGM which offers Punk's stories and the music that accompanies them. The session with the Glammer Twins, for example, remains unreleased.

Imagine also a DGM that offered KC new options. Perhaps a residency in Chicago where they played nothing other than Larks Tongues Parts 1-4, followed by Level 5. A unique event for the band and the audience, creating a unique archive release. Followed by another residency where they played nothing but THRAKATTAK, or Ade's ballads. Or. Or. You get the picture.

And it is oh so close. Frustratingly f*****g close.

And it might be even closer if Punk did not confuse and lose his readers by posting two Part Elevens (since corrected).

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