John Foxx & Steve D’Agostino & Karborn - Evidence Of Time Travel

Live at the BFI, London on Friday 21st November 2014 (www.bfi.org.uk)

Members tickets on sale: 7th October. Public tickets on sale: 14th October.

'Evidence Of Time Travel' album by John Foxx & Steve D'Agostino will be released on 6th October by Metamatic Records. Available on CD, Vinyl and Digital.

Pe-order here: http://johnfoxx.tmstor.es/index.php?page=products&section=CDs

‘Evidence of Time Travel’ is a unique investigation of the terrors and pleasures of temporal displacement. A sinister sonic architecture of drum-machine-music and analogue synthesizers.

Opens with ‘The Forbidden Experiment’, as surveillance TV glitches and the ghostly, ripped-up multitemporal universe of ‘Evidence of Time Travel’ infiltrates the labyrinth of dark electronica.

Span forty years in a moment … ultimate time transfusion … skin crackles, a rhapsody in flames… witness images of torn, ruthless smiles through the crashed distortion; try to recall the future memory of a figure lost on a distant shore.




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So I got my new tattoos done yesterday. 

They are pretty much the last ones I’m getting (if not forever but for a super long time because I have no ideas or designs for anymore) but they are the most important ones. 

Inception changed my life and of course I had to get proper representation of how much it means to me. My friends and I pooled our money together to get my husband’s tattoo done for his birthday so I went in to get mine too. I figured I would get one or the other but when I got the quote on how much it would be, the maze would done free of charge so hell yeah I got both then and there!

The maze is done on the inside of my right arm. Eames’ quote is on the left side of my ribs. Rib tattoos are no joke though it didn’t hurt nearly as much as my back one. The start of the quote was what really hurt the most. Everything else was painful but not as bad as I anticipated. 

I wish I had gotten done on the anniversary but the dates are close enough!




i find my cosmic insignificance reassuring

the stars don’t fucking care who i am or what i do

i owe the universe nothing

i exist on my own terms

#the galaxy dont care that u messed up the thing that one time

#when existentialism becomes comforting rather than horrifying

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Captain America, drawn in PS.
#TonyMoly fruits


I have a ‘to-read’ pile as massive as my existential crisis.


I looked into your eyes and
Saw a world that does not exist,
I looked into your eyes and,
Saw a world I wish I was in,

I’ll never find someone quite as touched as you


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