Nomy Lamm & The Need
“The Powerstation”
4 of Disks (Power)

71-4 of Disks

The Transfused is Olympia’s great transgendered punk rock opera.
Created by Nomy Lamm & The Need, with Emily Stern
in the millennial-mad summer of 2000 in which Time magazine dubbedd Olympia
“the hippest town in the west”.

This visionary almosterpiece
was presented at Olympia’s historic Capitol Theater for two weeks
that those who experienced it will never forget.

Andras Jones created the role of Ze, a recruit in the army that oversees the heroic “Transfused” for “The Corporation” in the dystopian future imagined by this production.

Synchronistically, Emily Stern took her nickname “Spider” from the character Linnea Quigley played in Andras Jones’ first leading role in film as Calvin in “Sorority Babes In The Slimeball Bowl-A-Rama“.

For more on the archetype of the spider in Andras Jones’ work, check out Sync-Filmmaker Will Morgan’s 3-part series at Andras Jones’ IMDB video page.

Please share your question and interpretation below.


  1. I wanted to know why I am constantly seeing the number 333. I am finding my way on a journey of enlightenment and spiritual growth. Being a reiki master and knowing that sometimes answers can come in mysterious ways. I believe we need more love and light in this dark world, and I hope I can be a vessel to help spread positive energy in this world. Thank you for your work and a window into the unknown.

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