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Cy Thoth's Firebunker
Cy Thoth assaulted the airwaves from his bunker deep inside the bowels of the majic mountain for seven years from 2006 - 2013
"Let's ingest the pyromaniac mana of the under world hosts/and receive the unction of the narcotic carcasses of the ghosts/as we descend the spiral stairs and the circle of eternal return/to hear the voices of the damned & the possessed in the nether world...."
With these words Cy Thoth would prepare his audience for the assault to come, a non-stop violation of our consensual reality for four hours every "Thorsday" on kfjc. With his distinctive vocal delivery and super-impositions "a la William Burroughs and Gysin," Cy Thoth's Firebunker was required listening for anyone actively resisting the dominant paradigm during the dark years from 2006-2013.
2014-2020 - Hear voices from the void and echoes from the bardo plane every Thorsday at kfjc.org where we will re-stream seven years worth of the Firebunker. Starting with his earliest show we will stream one show a week starting every Thorsday at 2pm. The shows will be available here for two weeks from their posting date.
January 15, 2015 - Firebunker 194 (original air date November 26, 2009) Firebunker 046 is missing, so in it's place we jump to Thanksgiving 2009 for an epic double live mic with Laudanum from Oakland and Black Ganion from Japan. Be prepared: This goes down as one of the longest Firebunkers on record stretching to nearly six hours!
January 8, 2015 - Firebunker 353 (original air date November 29, 2012) Firebunkers 045-047 are missing, so in their place we will concentrate on live mics. This week it's Oakland's Embers. In his opening monologue Cy Thoth explores order as a variation of chaos, incorporating Da Vinci's mirror writing, William Blake's The Tiger, and the Azoth and Philosophers Stone in his thesis. A mighty superimposition obliterates the first hour: Medieval poet Chaucer narrates in reverse - Sujo and Sun Hammer, Wolfskin, Deep Listening Band, Evan Caminiti, Sparklehorse and Fennesz, Aaron Dilloway and Jason Lescalleet, Lunar Abyss Quartet, Taskerland. Things get heavy for hour 2 & 3 with the likes of Nadja and Badr Vogu. Embers smolder in the pit during the last hour. After the set the band joins Cy Thoth and Lord Gravestench for an interview.
January 1, 2015 - Firebunker 044 (original air date December 28, 2006) It's the "Primordial Chaos Freak Week Mix." Jean Paul Sartre provides the dialog from No Exit. My Cat Is An Alien, Arvo Part, Giacinto Scelsi and everything else on the playlist is mixed together to form an ooze.
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