by Cyrus Lewis on November 8, 2011Leave a comment
‘Euphonic ABCs’ is comprised of selections from bands and artists organized, in an otherwise arbitrary fashion, under the rubric of the latin alphabet. The letter that informs each selection coincides with the first letter of the name of the artist featured.
There will be no analysis or critique and little commentary. Euphonic ABCs constitute an extended act of professing and affirming cultural objects. We here at the PS are just doing our part to add to the surfeit of information on the glutterweb.
Today, the letter “F” brings you “Lovers with Iraqis” by Foot Village, from the 7″ of the same name. Foot Village is made up of four drummers, two of which tend to requisite shriekin’ and hollerin’.
If you look very, very closely, you will see that “Lovers with Iraqis” concerns itself with the issues of extraordinary rendition and torture. Foot Village appear to be against such measures. And you should be, too!