Nietzsche Kitty, I-VII.
Umberto Octo is an Cephalopoda semiotician, sepia artist, philosopher, literary critic, and entheogenist. Best known for the coralsnapping novel The Spill of the Ink, an intellectual mystery combining semiotics in cephalopods, biblical analysis, medieval metaphysics, and sepia theory. Further novels include the esoteric Cousteau’s Apparatus and The Island Lay Dreaming. Octo’s critical nonfiction includes The Role of the Swimmer: Explorations in the Semiotics of Ocean Undercurrents, Deimatics and Gaudy Deimatics, Eight Swims in the Marvelous Coral, and the satirical How to Travel with a Cuttlefish & Other Essays.
Y’know who’s an awesome music sound mixer?
But don’t take my word for it, have yer own ears decide with this little 27ish minute tasty sample from a live piece I did for an end of semester party. It features a remix of Mogwai/Kronos Quartet’s /The Fountain/ (plus a Fire Witch, some Dancing Puppets, Catfood, and an I-Beam that goes on right into Sundown).