Afternoon Bites: Notes on Matmos, Adam Wilson in Cambodia, Vanessa Veselka, and More

“The idea of telepathy seems both romantic and creepy, disturbingly intimate, an ultimate self-annihilation; identical twins are popular in psychic experiments and horror movies alike.” Chris Randle wrote about Matmos for Hazlitt.

Adam Wilson wrote about his recent visit to Cambodia.

Vanessa Veselka: interviewed at Identity Theory.

Warren Ellis on film adaptations, working with Molly Crabapple, and more.

Jenn Pelly has some thoughts on the terrific DC punk band Priests at Pitchfork.

Pete Swanson, who we interviewed earlier in the month, has a new video for his song “Grounds for Arrest.”

From the “what else are our editors writing” department: Jason Diamond on Satanism in the suburbs; Tobias Carroll on the debut of Sacrament Music.

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