More Thurston Moore

There is some new music coming from Thurston Moore since this epidemic. He has shared ‘Sanday Stage’ and ‘No Go’ wich you can listen to below,  and now the  latest track with Thurston saying this about it:

“This wild child was let loose in 2016 whilst the TMG (Thurston Moore Group) was laying down sounds for our Rock n Roll Consciousness release the following year. “Instant Transcendent Conjecture” is a cryptic suggestion into the realization of the poem as a springing into nature. Through the haze of chemical assault, the spring springs by any means necessary. Earth prayers are in action. Transcendence through understanding, and through sacrifice :: we are here in community service to a garden named Heaven. To paraphrase the lads from Liverpool, “Get Back to where you once belonged..””

Another track again with an explanation:

“With the contemporary malaise of thinking for one’s self in the face of crisis and responsibility beyond the concerns and anxiety of ego where signals jam and permissions are crossed with liberation and with sonic meditation you follow your heart. Punk Rock is all about having loud pulse pounding fun and fighting for yr rights while looking out for each other in the pit. NO(W) GO!!!!!!!”

Thurston Moore said this about the 2014 ‘Sunday Stage’ track thats just surfaced:

“It’s Sunday 29 March 2020 and we are all on the same page in our shelters if we are so lucky with food and drink if so blessed and with a loved one or two or three if the gods are really shining – maybe they are – i always feel they are, even in the worst of times – faith is key – religion is what you want for your own devotion to being here and now and today i love rock n roll “do you love rock n’ roll” ” i do – and i love you” the resonant response of the Earth. We are fighting for each other hopefully with dignity despite the horror shows abounding in the hospices where brave soldiers save lives as much as they can – we salute you with loud love and raised guitars. it is time to pray to overthrow the weak governance of merchants of greed, insurrection blowing wild from the amplifiers, our hearts held in Sunday service.”

 

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