— John Roderick is standing against punk rock.
March 6, 2013
"The word “integrity” became like a sacrament. Hating dishonest things was our creed, and since everything was a lie, hate was the only emotion we could express. No person or thing was so politically perfect that a flaw couldn’t be probed. The truth is, if there really was an Illuminati bent on controlling the world through a secret government, they couldn’t have done a better job of defanging the youth movement than by introducing the self-negating, life-consuming, ignorance-propagating, lethargy-celebrating, divisive and controlling, fashion-based ideology of punk rock into the mainstream. It was basically the crack epidemic of rock culture."
February 18, 2013
Unrest live at the Middle East (Cambridge, MA), circa 1991. Full performance. [via theoreticalgirl]
February 1, 2013
"And I especially remember how a classic episode showed Rogers walking off his set, past the miniature neighborhood that opened every episode, to greet the musicians who accompanied his every move. In an instant, my mind expanded. These things I saw on TV were made by people, and I could learn more about how that was done. I never looked back from that moment."
— The AV Club looks back at Mr. Rogers.
May 8, 2012
“Pierre,” Carole King & Maurice Sendak.
I don’t care.
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