VIDEO HOOK-UPS Fundraiser and Call for Proposals

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VIDEO HOOK-UPS ( will launch on Monday, January 15th 2018 as a curatorial collective and collaborative platform for experimental filmmakers, video artists, and their viewers to share work, resources, calls for submission, and upcoming events. VIDEO HOOK-UPS will not be a volunteer effort; contributors will get paid. We seek support from the arts community, family, and friends to get VIDEO HOOK-UPS off the ground and ensure the coverage of hosting costs and stipend fees.
VIDEO HOOK-UPS seeks to motivate and inspire contemporary video work through the dedicated exchange of art and ideas, bringing together the full scope of moving image today through guided tutorials that showcase a variety of techniques, surveys of art and cinema history, and interviews with video-based creatives. VIDEO HOOK-UPS strives to blur the boundaries of analog and digital video. Engaging tools and generating enriching discussion, together we will make sense of today’s moving image, including:
  • social media and video
  • organization and search of media assets
  • projection mapping
  • video synthesis
  • machinima
  • VJing
At site launch, a written interview series, annotated collection of filmmaking resources, and a calls for submission directory will all be available. VIDEO HOOK-UPS contributors will be paid per article and per tutorial video. Help us grow into a resource and community creators and viewers can count on—for the exchange of practical advice, creative inspiration, and connection.
Submit your proposal to our contributor form here, due 2/15/2018: 

Marilyn Roxie: Showreel – Spring 2018

Links to full videos shown in this showreel:

Neurotic Wreck – “Tell Me What to Swallow”

DYR FASER – “His Dreams Are Connected”

Marilyn Roxie – “Selected Ambient Twinks”

Momus – “Virtual Reality”

Pictureplane – “Chaos Radical”

Vukovar – “The Three Shades”

Natural Snow Buildings – “Providence’s High Priests”

Marilyn Roxie and Neurotic Wreck – “Obsidian Offerings”

Marilyn Roxie – “The Magician” (VJ Clip)

My Top 25 Music Releases of 2017

1. Tzusing – 東方不敗

2. Vukovar – Fornication

3. Patrick Crowley – Afternooners

4. Various Artists – Welcome to Paradise: Italian Dream House 89-93

5. Ben Frost – The Centre Cannot Hold

6. Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement – Ambient Black Magic

7. LCD Soundsystem – American Dream

8. Yves Malone – Moonday Tides

9. Talaboman – The Night Land

10. Actress – AZD

11. William Basinski – A Shadow in Time

12. Body-san – Pacific Reasons EP

13. Brian Jonestown Massacre – Don’t Get Lost

14. Various Artists – Diggin’ in the Carts: A Collection Of Pioneering Japanese Video Game Music

15. Chelsea Wolfe – Hiss Spun

16. The Buttertones – Gravedigging

17. The Church – Man Woman Life Death Infinity

18. Information Flash – Ego Murda Sound

20. Esprit 空想 – 200% Electronica

21. Iglooghost – Neo Wax Bloom

22. Raymond Scott – Three Willow Park: Electronic Music from Inner Space 1961-1971

23. Tyler, the Creator – Flower Boy

24. Hannah Peel – Mary Casio: Journey to Cassiopeia

25. Slowdive – Slowdive

Dennis Cooper’s Blog: Marilyn Roxie presents … Twink Studies

Since late 2015, I have been compiling references and conducting interviews for my future book Twink Studies. Despite the plethora of writing on bears, leathermen, radical faeries and more, there is not the same level of detail out there when it comes to twinks. Twinks are variously described as “thin, smooth, and buff”, “slim or waiflike”, “unnecessarily bitchy”, or “shallow and air-headed”. With adult film titles like Man on Twink implying an inherent effeminate quality to the twink — while others promote a ‘boy next door’ dynamic — and opinion pieces stating that “being labeled a twink is like getting the scarlet letter of the gay universe”, there is clearly more to unpack than meets the eye.

For this post, I have brought together a sample of my findings so far.

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Album Layout Design: Vukovar – Puritan

Out now on The Brutalist House:


To Thee, O Fiend, O Abomination, O Waste Of Existence,

There are no proclamations, only this:

Your joy is our hate… you will suffer for our sins.

The Puritan.


All songs written and performed by Vukovar…
Except ‘Down In The Willow Garden’ and ‘All The Pretty Little Horses’ which are based on the traditional songs.

Graham Duff appears on ‘A Final Solution I & II’.
Elizabeth McNally appears on ‘Once More For The Puritan’, ‘Down In The Willow Garden’ & ‘All The Pretty Little Horses’.

Engineered by Phil Reynolds & Dan Ankers w/additional by Vukovar.
Produced by Vukovar, Phil Reynolds & Dan Ankers.
Artwork by Andrzej Klimowski.
Layout by Rick Clarke and Marilyn Roxie.