What happens when a scientist at CERN asks musicians to make an album about the Large Hadron Collider? You get a pulsating piece of psychedelic concept rock called “Patterns Of Light” by long-running Michigan band, His Name Is Alive.
This week on the New World Next Week: CIA operative the “Blind Sheik” dies in prison; a lone hero stands up to unconstitutional speed cameras; and a bite mark victim bites back against the pseudoscience.
It’s a meeting of the mutual admiration society as Media Monarchy finally gets to talk to Right Said Fred on the occasion of their new LP, ‘Exactly!’. We talk about the business of show and the business of politics on this long-awaited interview.
This week on the New World Next Week: Dems pretend to care about the Logan Act and Repubs pretend to care about government spying as Flynn quits; America’s crumbling infrastructure continues to crumble; and some good news pushback on the road to a police state.