DMZ The Deluxe Edition Book Two

DMZ The Deluxe Edition Book Two

author: Brian Wood

name: Steev

average rating: 4.20

book published: 2014

rating: 4

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date added: 2018/09/13

shelves: after-the-fall, fun, own-it, politics

review:

DMZ The Deluxe Edition Book One

DMZ The Deluxe Edition Book One

author: Brian Wood

name: Steev

average rating: 4.16

book published: 2014

rating: 5

read at:

date added: 2018/09/13

shelves: after-the-fall, fun, own-it, politics

review:

Surveillance Valley: The Rise of the Military-Digital Complex

Surveillance Valley: The Rise of the Military-Digital Complex

author: Yasha Levine

name: Steev

average rating: 4.31

book published: 2018

rating: 5

read at: 2018/08/10

date added: 2018/08/10

shelves: own-it, politics

review:
Mind-blowing. Jaw-dropping. Eye-opening.

If you care how the world we live in got built, this should be required reading.

Think Outside the Box Office: The Ultimate Guide to Film Distribution in the Digital Era

Think Outside the Box Office: The Ultimate Guide to Film Distribution in the Digital Era

author: Jon Reiss

name: Steev

average rating: 4.24

book published: 2009

rating: 5

read at: 2018/08/04

date added: 2018/08/04

shelves: filmmaking, own-it

review:

Transmetropolitan, Vol. 1: Back on the Street (Transmetropolitan, #1)

Transmetropolitan, Vol. 1: Back on the Street (Transmetropolitan, #1)

author: Warren Ellis

name: Steev

average rating: 4.22

book published: 1998

rating: 4

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date added: 2018/07/22

shelves: fun, politics, own-it

review:
fun, and eerily prescient in some ways, for a 1997 publication. A preoccupation with journalistic integrity, truth, and authenticity is a constant thread.

As a story though, not particularly mature. Spider Jerusalem is a snotty know-it-all anger-factory who never changes and never really has any obstacles he can't easily kick in the teeth and yell his way out of. In a way it's satisfying to follow this avenging demon around his corrupt and rotting City as he smites evildoers and lectures the populace about "the truth". But ultimately it's pretty juvenile to have a main character like this who never learns or grows.

The art is really great, a riot of overwhelming detail.

Confirmation Bias live at MOCA Tucson

April 25, 2018, as part of the Tucson Noise Symposium.

Confirmation Bias is Igloo Martian (drums, electronics) and Steev Hise (guitars, mutant banjo, electronics)

Cast: steev hise

Tags: music, free improvisation, experimental music, free jazz, avant garde and noise

Moments from the 2017 Tucson Noise Symposium

In April 2017 the first Tucson Noise Symposium was held, featuring dozens of performances and talks and discussions. This is some brief glimpses.
More info can be had at phonophilia.com/tns

Cast: steev hise

Tags: noise, tucson, avant garde, festival, music, experimental, art and performance

Meet Confirmation Bias

Some moments from rehearsals of the new duo Confirmation Bias, featuring Steev Hise and Igloo Martian

Cast: steev hise

Tags: music, avant garde, noise and free improv

Short Hey Bucko! Demo

Just a brief clip to give an idea what a Hey Bucko! gig is like when I'm doing visuals for them.

Cast: steev hise

Tags: music, band, video art, western, tucson, live cinema, live visuals and vj

Igloo Martian live outside of 191 Toole, Tucson, 2017 04 06

This clip starts not quite at the beginning of the perforance, in which Igloo was banging a big piece of plastic (looked kind of like a slide from a kids playground) on the pavement out in the parking lot. This happened as part of the Tucson Noise Symposium, during the show inside the venue.

Cast: steev hise

Tags: performance art, noise, experimental music, sound, loud and bikes

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