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RIP Genesis P-Orridge

edited March 14 in Off-topic

Born Neil Andrew Megson, 22 February 1950 – 14 March 2020

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  • Where were you when the the stars went out?

  • RIP. Only of my early heroes.

  • May he live on in my sample library. RIP free spirit!

  • Audible gasp when I saw that. Shit.

  • Brap in Peace

  • Many years ago Gen was doing a dj set in my city and I was honored be chauffeur to the club. Besides turntables, two cassette decks were needed. I brought mine from home, set them up and labeled the mixer channels TOP and BOTTOM. His enthusiasm for that unintended S&M reference alone was so endearing. A truly unique and inspiring artist.

    RIP

  • edited March 15

    I just was at a gallery/performance space in Los Angeles where GPO had an exhibit at the Tom of Finland Foundation for Pandrogyny I & II.

    Genesis was supposed to talk, but couldn't make it so s/he skyped in. It was a very moving evening. (And the performance of Christeene was at once vulgar, transgressive and truly transcendent.)

    No one like Genesis. The world still doesn't understand h/er art.

    I mean, my God, this is from 1979!

  • @ExAsperis99 said:
    I just was at a gallery/performance space in Los Angeles where GPO had an exhibit at the Tom of Finland Foundation for Pandrogyny I & II.

    Genesis was supposed to talk, but couldn't make it so s/he skyped in. It was a very moving evening. (And the performance of Christeene was at once vulgar, transgressive and truly transcendent.)

    No one like Genesis. The world still doesn't understand h/er art.

    We talk a lot about (and ostensibly prize) individuality, but this person was in a different sphere to where we most of us find ourselves.

  • What a great interview..

    Genesis P-Orridge on the beginnings of Throbbing Gristle and roots of industrial music

  • @JohnnyGoodyear said:

    @ExAsperis99 said:
    I just was at a gallery/performance space in Los Angeles where GPO had an exhibit at the Tom of Finland Foundation for Pandrogyny I & II.

    Genesis was supposed to talk, but couldn't make it so s/he skyped in. It was a very moving evening. (And the performance of Christeene was at once vulgar, transgressive and truly transcendent.)

    No one like Genesis. The world still doesn't understand h/er art.

    We talk a lot about (and ostensibly prize) individuality, but this person was in a different sphere to where we most of us find ourselves.

    Yeah, GPO, TG, Coil etc. are a big influence on a lot of bands, and whole genres.

    I remember hearing their Jazz Funk Greats album as a teenager, at a house meeting of the first band I was in, and we all agreed we wanted some of that in our sound.

  • One of a kind.

  • leukemia. sad. didnt know that.
    all of a sudden the world got more boring.

  • Rest In Peace

  • Brap indeed.

  • Fuck 😪 A true one off

  • edited March 22

    Woah, I think these are the source for the drums and etc on Glassblower by Download on Eyes of Stanley Pain!

  • one of her last podcasts appearance

    https://blog.magick.me/2019/05/08/genesis-p-orridge-podcast/

    i found it funny when her nurse was told that she was one of the great artists and the nurse was, oh yeah really? and continued 😅

  • rcfrcf
    edited March 22

    Dreams Less Sweet is also one of the finest demonstrations of binaural/holophonic/dummy head recording out there... a great album. Best with good headphones and no distractions. I really loved the film "The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye' too.

  • Took me a minute- might be cause of the mushroom tea that day- shared a “stage” with the legend, long ago...
    Fuck, man.

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