The continuing adventures of the man known as Duke de Mondo have become something of a Blogcritics legend. While long known for his wildly exuberant yet frantically soothing forays into music, film, and politics in his native Northern Ireland, The Duke has of late turned his distinctive voice toward journeys more personal.
The Tragic Saga of Harry Potter Woman is a classic and masterful capturing of that girl on the train who might have been. Reflections On Spring 2005 is an emotional and hilarious reckoning with the past while reaching out towards the future's promise. Cult followers of The Duke's Mondo Radio podcasts are already familiar with the hilarity, anguish, and pop culture maelstrom under which Our Humble Narrator resides.
Now we are graced with a new Duke, a new cohort (the illustrious Sir Fleming), and new journeys across battered and mad cityscapes. 72 Hours Raw in Dublin is a searing vision into the fiendish Irish night, a kaleidoscope of manic laughter, frantic imagery, and haunted dreams.
Take the first step with The Duke and you're sure to be transformed and twisted and liberated come the other side.
72 Hours Raw In Dublin - Part Three
"Bad Hunger, Heavy Lust, Awful Music"
Posted to Culture by Duke De Mondo on August 24, 2005 11:53 PM
72 Hours Raw In Dublin - Part Two
"In Search Of A Filth"
Posted to Culture by Duke De Mondo on August 23, 2005 07:31 PM
72 Hours Raw In Dublin - Part One
"An Ending Fitting For The Start..."
Posted to Culture by Duke De Mondo on August 22, 2005 08:50 PM