Author Archives: A.J. Kaufmann

About A.J. Kaufmann

Poet, lyricist, songwriter. Founding member of Säure Adler.

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“Error” by Adam Jan Kaufmann.

Error by Adam Jan Kaufmann. Gripe by night the love giants, the life we share Twinned-wings, wave all, gentle within the angels Vision grove, diamonds and passion-laden eyes Lotus-face, delicate birds and beautiful hum fans Of moonlight-pearls Divine morrow, mark … Continue reading

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Poems by Thomas Michael McDade

Button Sucking She stands on a rock and places her electrode nipples on mine as though a shock of youth is due me but embrace is as far as the treatment goes. Under stars that read like an EKG we’re … Continue reading

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A.J. Kaufmann – “Who’s In Charge Of The Tape Recorder? 1985​-​2018” (Compilation)

Download: http://genetictrance.bandcamp.com/album/whos-in-charge-of-the-tape-recorder-1985-2018

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Some old chapbooks are available again!

  A small re-run of all our 2009-2010 titles has appeared. If you’re interested in buying any of the books, the price is 5€ per book. For a full list of titles available see: https://newpolishbeat.wordpress.com/starsze-tytuly/ Contact: aj_kaufmann[at]yahoo.com PayPal only (+ … Continue reading

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From our audio archives – a recently discovered 2005 experimental LP.

Recorded on a primitive tape recorder in the Summer 2005, and released on CD-R, but only distributed locally among friends, so very rare – this album is bordering between music and non-music, radioplay, dark comedy, and drama. Inspired by the … Continue reading

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5 poems by Cassandra Dallett, 2013.

Begird no bird Frankly, I find them distasteful bones too thin meager and easy to crush feathers too dusty I prefer soap and water for my plumage. Me, all flesh a loaded shell, round smoothbore shotgun. I’m big boned like … Continue reading

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