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Cy Thoth's Firebunker
Cy Thoth assaulted the airwaves from his bunker deep inside the bowels of the majic mountain for seven years from 2006 - 2013
"Let's ingest the pyromaniac mana of the under world hosts/and receive the unction of the narcotic carcasses of the ghosts/as we descend the spiral stairs and the circle of eternal return/to hear the voices of the damned & the possessed in the nether world...."
With these words Cy Thoth would prepare his audience for the assault to come, a non-stop violation of our consensual reality for four hours every "Thorsday" on kfjc. With his distinctive vocal delivery and super-impositions "a la William Burroughs and Gysin," Cy Thoth's Firebunker was required listening for anyone actively resisting the dominant paradigm during the dark years from 2006-2013.
2014-2020 - Hear voices from the void and echoes from the bardo plane every Thorsday at kfjc.org where we will re-stream seven years worth of the Firebunker. Starting with his earliest show we will stream one show a week starting every Thorsday at 2pm. The shows will be available here for two weeks from their posting date.
May 21, 2015 - Firebunker 063 (original air date May 17, 2007) This week is a special Firebunker, not to be missed, as we are visited by the specter of Mayhem's past. Cy Thoth presents: The Bardo Plane - An exploration of Tantric Buddhist temple music and related history, myth and iconography underlying its concurrence with esoteric mysticism and arcana from Egypt to DuChamps.
May 14, 2015 - Firebunker 062 (original air date May 10, 2007) We have all but the last forty minutes or so of Firebunker 062, that's 200 minutes of chaos, descent, manifestations of extra dimensional reality, and voices, always the voices. Anyway, that's easily more than enough Firebunker to reach immolation. Add in Barry Manilow's highly combustible "Mandy" in the form of an hour-long Guy Montag/CyThoth-remix super-imposed with Area C, Evidence, and Demons and you will get burnt. Also, who is the Twirly Girl and what is she trying to tell you?
May 7, 2015 (original air date May 3, 2007) Amongst other things, Cy Thoth was known for never missing a show. The only times he ever relinquished a Thorsday afternoon was when other station events took precedent - once on Christmas day, once on April 1, and twice during Mayhem when specials when James Brown's "Doin' it to Death" superseded his show. May 3, 2007 was the first time he gave up his coveted Thorsday to the Godfather of Soul. With no Firebunker aired on this date we will go silent for this week and direct bunkerheads to visit kfjc.org/mayhem for current Mayhem specials.
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