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Aside from being an expat Aussie who’s lived in Tokyo, Japan, for 12 years, Andrez Bergen is a journalist, author, DJ, muso, artist, photographer and ad hoc beer and saké connoisseur. He likes to steal inanely furtive glances in a pseudo-metaphysical rear vision mirror, greedily brushing up on the “found art” chapter of the Dadaists’ handbook… all the time stimulated by Marcel Duchamp’s toilet urinal. Blah, blah. Bergen has published a sci-fi/noir novel—Tobacco-Stained Mountain Goat—that excessively cites old movies, and another that glances at geisha, comics, death, saké and sumo (One Hundred Years of Vicissitude). A third book, Who is Killing the Great Capes of Heropa?, is a noir/comicbook fusion and will feature the art of people like Paul Mason (pmason83 @ deviantART) and others. Bergen also makes wayward electronic music under silly aliases like Little Nobody, Funk Gadget, and Nana Mouskouri’s Spectacles.