• Warren Ellis and 4am

    by  • 11/8/2007 • music • 0 Comments

    Neither Warren Ellis nor 4am are things that you should likely turn your back on.

    Warren writes worlds that you likely wouldn’t want to live in; if he were your God, and you his creation, you would sacrifice that first born if asked for the mere chance that things might get better.

    4am should also be regarded with suspicion; it’s the time of day that you should not be conscious to see. 4 is past the time when the bars have stopped serving, and anything else you do will be something that, should you later remember it, you will undoubtedly regret. Be it eating that nearly expired chili dog you found in the gas station’s cooler or from the fryer of the all night greasy spoon that nobody is ever in. In your drunken state, you might not understand if the 8 in the expiry date refers to the month, the day, or the year; it can make all the difference.

    Neither Warren nor 4am will respect your gastrointestinal tract.

    The 4am is a mixtape file containing nothing but music donated directly by new and/or unsigned acts. The 4am is of no set length and is released on no set schedule. The 4am is mixed down to 128 of the kbps. The 4am is offended by the concept of sleep. The 4am is time’s combine harvester.

    The podcast feed for The 4am is: http://warrenellis.com/?feed=podcast


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