posted on March 30, 2006 at 2:30 am

still v. warm here in bondi
back in mah cafe
the strains of
“i wanna dance with somebody who loves me”
drift on the sullen sultry salty air
i must say at this moment
i consider the abovementioned song
to be the most pathetic dreg of pop ever made
hollow empty egotistic struggles
of a thankfully bygone age
everything about it cheap tawdry meaningless
is this why we had the sixties?
it dont matter how you weed the garden
they always come back
we struck a blow against this sort of tripe
in the frontline at bully high
in red velvet shirts n floursinourhare
i thought we nailed that meaningless saccharine tripes ass
but it just reappears
in a slightly different form
thats all
some peanut in the 1950s woulda been proud
of a title like that
in all its self obsessed vacuousness
i immediately feel total antipathy
and wish i could end their dancing days forever

been playing my copy of mimesis
that i got off s.pol
down in melby
actually if you were at the gigg
you maya heard it playin before we went on
it aint everyones cuppa mescaline
but if it is..
oh boy youre gonna really like it
cmon polinski
i aint callin’ ya a geenius anymore
its gone to yer head
and it aint a pretty sight
but by god, man
you can twiddle the twiddlers
make the woofers tweat
you are the man
that kisses n cuddles music
good on ya
it can sure use it
mimesis will be out soon
id be surprised if ya didnt think it was
the best record ever made
the best record that ever will be made
ever by anybody
at least you should think that
ha ha fiend
you thinka im joking..
then just ask the little lord of misrule
who drifted of to some esoteric haven
entranced by the universe
that mimesis ripped in her living room
a portal opened
she stepped thru
and polinski n cohorts
guided her down this black street
to an olde warm familiar place
that can never be described
but once you been there
you forever wanna get back
which explains all that misrule
better to be a twig in heaven
that a king in hell
goodbye ll
and try to behave…

i dunno
what else
so much happening
nothing changing
years flash by
moments that last forever
who knows anything?
not me
see ya 2morro

24 Responses to “elektra fiction”

  1. avatar
    eek | 30 March 2006 at 3:11 am #

    That was remarkably beautiful. Even the bit about the sucky song. In fact I bet the bit about the sucky song is much more beautiful than the song (which I fortunately have never heard).

    Looking very forward to hearing Mimesis.

  2. avatar
    mike a | 30 March 2006 at 3:17 am #

    Looking forward to ULTC, mimesis, Isidore II, and also your biography – “No Certainty Attached”!! You’re a busy man sk!! I can’t think of any other artist that is so creative – music, painting, poetry, blogging, etc. Your work keeps getting better and better – I’m excited to hear that everyone loved the Church’s latest show the other night – I wished I could have been there!!

  3. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 March 2006 at 3:28 am #

    “years flash by
    moments that last forever”

    love that sk
    one of the
    mysteries of
    life for me
    the paradox
    of time

    thanks for the

  4. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 March 2006 at 3:38 am #

    hey sk

    I was flicking through some old french rock articles and do you know that in france they refer to you as the “robert smith of the antipodes”. what da ya reckon hey? still, could have been much worse.

  5. avatar
    Tony Pucci | 30 March 2006 at 3:48 am #

    Peace to ya, Steve.

    Can’t think of a single Whitney Houston song I can stand either. Wasn’t she supposed to be the salvation of pop music or something?!?! Funny how one remembers the songs they liked from a certain era, but I now recall how much crap I had to listen to on the radio in the 80s before a good song came along…

    Take care,

  6. avatar
    the dean | 30 March 2006 at 4:03 am #

    ULTC is getting a right royal rotating at the deanery.
    The opening song Block is as compelling and epic as Aura.
    ‘Getting kinda greedy, need a space needle’ yeah this is the stuff but now we want more…

  7. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 March 2006 at 4:36 am #

    Been listenin to ULTC a lot too…
    I reckon Easy is easily the best pop song since probably Comedown..
    Itd be nice for a change if some o these record company & radio programming dudes stoppd snorting free coke & copping gratis sex with exotic hermaphrodites long enuff to put it on high rotation ..
    It deserves it
    I mean if the Veronicas did Easy itd be a worldwide fucking hit!
    Maybe you guys should consider just writing songs & recording them for other supposedly fucking hip bands to release..
    Go on , chastise me but at least you’d retire comfortably.
    Just one little criticism, I for one would much rather you guys did a few never played songs from that massive catalogue as an encore rather than get a compilation CD..
    It was a large crowd of the faithful at the Basement the other night so why not do Sisters or Life Speeds Up, Maybe These Boys, Electric Lash, Just For You, I dunno , fuck , wattever..

    I still love u

    Dutch Pierre

  8. avatar
    persephone2u | 30 March 2006 at 4:40 am #

    The cafe must’ve resurrected Whitney’s odious song after being inspired by reading about her descent into a crack-addled hell (no shock there). You’d need hard drugs to deal with that sort of music on a long-term basis, ha!


  9. avatar
    CAPTAIN BEYOND | 30 March 2006 at 4:48 am #

    actually there was one good song Whitney did back then, it’s called “you give good love”, and now she is a crack head, hmmm…
    poor girl, she needs to get away from that crazy @#$%&! life and find herself again. Good Luck Whitney, you’ll need it…

  10. avatar
    Ross | 30 March 2006 at 5:29 am #

    Wasn’t Whitney once engaged to Gene Pitney? Oh that’s right – they called it off for some reason.

    Listened to ULTC last night with a little ‘assistance’. Did more for me than Straightjacket Fits in the 90’s.

    Block builds beautifully.

    (sigh) Don’t stop making music!

  11. avatar
    Krissythegroupie | 30 March 2006 at 6:03 am #

    You’d smoke the crack too if you were married to Bobby Brown. Oy!

  12. avatar
    Sweed | 30 March 2006 at 6:27 am #

    Love your blog, Steve!

    Snälla kom hit och spela snart….

  13. avatar
    si-kli | 30 March 2006 at 7:19 am #

    You lucky man you. Daughters, arts & music, outlets, inlets, time, energy, travel, imagination, creative associates, nice guitars, beta shirts, income from past toil, still getin audience adoration. Buga.

  14. avatar
    MattDavison | 30 March 2006 at 7:57 am #

    I agree with Dutch Perrrire..
    My new buddy…
    What about a live internet feed at some point through antenna.. All those tens of thousands out there will tune in.
    Off to Russ Crowzy now.. Wow talent!…imagine if you had have been in Romper Stomper SKaay..

  15. avatar
    MattDavison | 30 March 2006 at 8:03 am #

    Dutch Peeeerrir

    Bring me Nz and I will (listen to It) only…. and I will be forever in debt.

  16. avatar
    John Garratt | 30 March 2006 at 3:25 pm #

    Why must we try and behave?

  17. avatar
    CSTCoach | 30 March 2006 at 3:34 pm #


    Been away for a week, catching up on all the bloggies that I missed on the road…

    You hit on so many things that resonated with me: I hate fucking rap with the fire of a thousand suns, I can’t understand why anyone would suck out their brain with a vapid sitcom when something like Bill Shakespeare exists in the world,…

    Glad to hear the tour was a resounding success!!! Waiting impatiently for ULTC and Mimesis.


  18. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 March 2006 at 4:24 pm #

    First it was Being Bobby Brown and it was a train wreck…now I’m seeing promos for Being Mick where we see Jag doing crunches and talking to one of his daughters about Madonna…another old rockah reality show… wow wow w ow ow ow…

  19. avatar
    Brad | 30 March 2006 at 6:02 pm #

    We all got the prerogrative to have our “perogatives” eh? I think there’s a lot of comedic value in a lot of those old videos if you can suspend your initial horror. It’s such ephemeral entertainment. I wanna roll over in my grave though, before I even make it there, when somebody calls this pop lot artists. That’s the vulgar part, the awards and accolades for stuff that vanishes as quick as it comes in.


  20. avatar
    Anonymous | 30 March 2006 at 6:12 pm #


    Sorry to talk business on your bloggy but I need some new t-shirts.

    I bought the “red” t-shirt for El Momento… I would by all of them if they were better colors… The blue Karmic Hit one was the coolioist but I missed it. White always works, especially with your paintings. (XL please…we ain’t 18 anymore).

    I know you don’t want to whore yourselves out but shit, if I could pay the rent by selling a few t-shirts with my name on them, I might do it for a little bit.

    You are the greatest!!!!!!!!

  21. avatar
    CeciliaGin | 30 March 2006 at 6:23 pm #

    I don’t know either…

  22. avatar
    lilya | 30 March 2006 at 10:40 pm #

    “it dont matter how you weed the garden
    they always come back” … we need some sk weedkiller to banish the rubbish forever. I always feel like its the devil playing games with us and taunting our kids to ‘come play with me’.

  23. avatar
    rubikon | 3 April 2006 at 12:58 pm #

    I do know that I don’t really know

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