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end talk – i’m so bored with the USA

Read the latest issue of end talk now: I’M SO BORED WITH THE USA. It is full!

“This issue of END TALK loosely embodies the spirit of the frontier, our collective ceiling, and the deep challenge of escaping history. We include another roundup of the current climate situation, an essay by Ben on the attempt to create a European Super League, a partial reprint of Will’s essay on fascism, a shout-out to a couple non-controversial Substacks, and several music and reading recommendations, including a recent interview w/ Arundhati Roy & a new music video from our friend Anguid.”

Molly Marry Me (music video)

Three years ago today, we released the music video for Molly Marry Me. We are very proud of it, and I highly recommend you watch or re-watch on youtube. Like and share!

Follow Denmark on instagram @denmark_band, and check out other Denmark music and videos via the “Music” tab at the top of my blog or visit bandcamp.

end talk – issue 5

Juicy new issue of end talk available now!

In this issue, we discuss the material—with a regular round-up of updates on climate breakdown—and the immaterial—through the work of authors Daniel Pinchbeck, who recently came onto the podcast, and Mitch Horowitz, as well as a Trillbilly Worker’s Party podcast recommendation, a brief reflection on five years without the inimitable David Bowie, and a delve into the mind-bending Twilight Zone. Check it out! The boundaries of reality and consciousness are not what they seem!

Please subscribe to end talk on Substack (all free)—like, comment, and share!

everything is alright / the runaround

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In case you missed it – new music available now: Everything is Alright / The Runaround (Denmark). Music written and recorded by Greg Gondek and Will Solomon, with additional vocals by me.
 
Follow Denmark on soundcloud, facebook.

Denmark – Molly Marry Me (@ Radio Bean)

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Please check out the beautiful debut EP, “Retreat,” by my good friend, Greg Gondek!

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“You dream in English now
proper English, look how
you’re just the same as me.”