We recently recieved a fantastic write up in LA record. What makes it a fantastic write up, and not just a great one, is the fact that D.M. Collins compared me to Flim Flam, the intrepid (and awesome) little kid from The Thirteen Ghosts of Scooby Doo.
I love, and deeply appreciate fantasy in all it’s forms, and HOTT MT is definitely an extension of those feelings. Even our name, and to some extent the subject matter of certain we projects do, is based in the most twisted, confusing half fantasy I have ever come across. And that strange fantasy comes by why of the Prophet Bill Cooper and his radio show, Hour of the Time.
Fantasy is not our guilty pleasure. It is part of reality. In fact the relationship between fantasy and “reality” (if you must separate the two in different terms) is symbiotic, and the loop that connects them gets smaller each day (augmented reality, anyone?). I am Flim Flam, but Flim Flam is also me. These are the ideas we inhabit and explore!
If anyone ever compares me to a myth, god, goddess, fictional character, idea, painting, sculpture, obscure dream they once had, I will always take it as a compliment.
Thanks again, Collins. You are wonderful. And photo credit goes to Drew Denny and Hanna Barbera.