The Gospel Accordingly
"The strangling of our generation’s minds started
when they started eating figs off trees in the mountains..."
The Gospel Accordingly is a spoken-word album of original poetry set to music composed by electronic artist Benden Sica. The poems, along with their musical accompaniment, capture the anxieties and absurdities of current America. In a similar vein as T. S. Eliot's "The Waste Land" and Allen Ginsburg's "Howl," this sobering album examines the state of America today in a unique voice. Released through Noise Jazz Records.