The Fader Video Interview Genesis Breyer P-Orridge on Burroughs recently posted a video interview with Genesis Breyer P-Orridge regarding the re-issue of the William S. Burroughs collection, Nothing Here Now but the Recordings. For years, Dais Records co-founder Ryan Martin has been talking with Genesis about this collection: “of tape recorder experiments and spoken work “cut outs” from the ’60s and ’70s. The intriguing artifact was originally compiled in 1981 by P-Orridge’s label Industrial Records (it was actually the label’s final release) and hasn’t been pressed to vinyl since. Now, with the help of P-Orridge and Burroughs’ estate, Dais Records are dusting off the long out-of-print project and giving it a proper vinyl re-issue.”

In this new video interview—produced by Martin and Louis Caldarola which debuted on FADER—P-Orridge provides “behind-the-scenes stories of how Nothing came together in the first place, recounting hitchhiking to London to meet Burroughs’ for the first time and helping him catalog shoeboxes stuffed with unlabeled cassette tapes and bits of stray reel-to-reel.”

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