Craig Moffatt

by Horror Sleaze Trash on May 27, 2016

13296290_622613364557608_800979306_nCraig Moffatt was raised by cartoons, grunge and 90’s Hip hop, but never took creating seriously until his thirties. After being diagnosed with “wow life sucks” he came to the conclusion that the only time life didn’t suck is when he is creating something.

He is a Melbourne based artist who creates incredibly intricate mindscapes that manifest as paintings and works on paper, coming from a place between childhood and adulthood imaginings. His work is a bombardment of disjointed iconography from those times. It seems all-over, chaotic and random at first, but is simultaneously calming and hypnotic inviting the viewer to take their time and explore each piece for as long as they want.

A mix of art brut surrealist and cartoon art — a testament to contemporary image consumption and the overwhelming pace of our time.



Poets Underground: Lawrence Gladeview

by Horror Sleaze Trash on May 27, 2016

Wolfgang Carstens welcomes Lawrence Gladeview to the program. Recorded May 24th, 2016.

Gareth Writer-Davies

May 25, 2016

Gareth Writer-Davies is usually a pretty calm individual, but sometimes…. JERICHO I want to shout that the fucking coffee made a fucking ring on the table this is not the behaviour (least of all by me) amongst dreaming spires but I am angry like Jude the fucking Obscure and whilst sparrows are happy with […]

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Beau Johnson

May 23, 2016

Beau Johnson has been published before, usually on the darker side of town.  He enjoys sandwiches, beer, and power bars, but not in that particular order, so don’t go gettin’ any ideas. — FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION   Is this the one?  I don’t know.  I hope so but hold no illusions either way.  It would […]

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Chris Butler

May 22, 2016

Chris Butler is an anorexic starving artist. — The Right Hand   The right hand is the strongest.   It throws the ball, it shoots the jump shot, it’s holding the bat on that side of the plate,   it satisfies me when no one else can.   But it has experienced hairy fractures, boxers’ […]

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May 21, 2016

John D Robinson was born in the UK in 63; his poems have appeared widely in the small press and online journals including Bareback Lit; Red Fez; Dead Snakes; Poetic Diversity; Mad Swirl; Your One Phone Call; Poetry Super Highway; Pulsar; Poet&Geek; Ink Sweat & Tears; Horror Sleaze and Trash; Napalm and Novocain; The Chicago […]

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