The Null Device

"The world's most dangerously subversive band"

Apparently the third Black Box Recorder album, Passionoia, is out, at least in the civilised world. No word on an Australian release date yet; though I wouldn't be surprised if Steve Wide was spinning it on 3RRR. I'll have to get it. (It's out on One Little Indian (Björk's label) in the UK; not sure about other territories, though Jetset may still be doing their US releases.)

Oddly enough, the first I heard about it was that Sarah Nixey was featured in Playboy's "b4b3z of indie rock" poll (via Rocknerd). I guess they need some filler to run before they do a "Women of Newly Liberated Iraq" feature or something.

There are 2 comments on ""The world's most dangerously subversive band"":

Posted by: Alex http:// Tue Apr 29 13:06:40 2003

Ha ha, you read Playboy for the articles!

Posted by: acb http://dev.null.org Tue Apr 29 13:11:34 2003

I don't normally read it, unless it's blogged from somewhere. (Did you really think I'd have such pink taste in pr0n?)

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