Robot Cars Are Totally Soulless, and Other News
“The Man Catcher,” an early effort at pedestrian safetyRemember the sixties? Me either—I was negative eighteen in ‘68. Jesse Jarnow also wasn’t born yet, but his book on the psychedelic counterculture, Heads, benefits from that distance, Hua Hsu writes: “He is vigilant in his attempt to understand the idealism of the past on its own... Read More »
By Dan Piepenbring

Psychedelic counterculture, art is a cock ring on a giant erection pumped up by capitalism, driverless car anxiety, colored text, and other news.

I think I’m more excited to see
Rage Against The Machine
than Sound&Fury 2011.

Still super stoked to be in California for the rest of the month, I leave tomorrow.

San Francisco - 7/15 - 7/21

Sound&Fury@SantaBarbara - 7/22 - 7/25

LA/LongBeach - 7/25 - 7/31

LA Rising - 7/30


Bent Life FULL SET (Sound & Fury 07.21.2012)
“Sound & Fury”
Poetry: “This is what it means to wear a color and believe / the embrace of its touch.”

If people could just come clean about their pain,
the being at a loss when just being white
is not working. Who said there is no hierarchy
inside white walls? Who implied white owns
everything even as it owns nothing? But white
can’t strike its own structure. White can’t oust
its own system. All the loss is nothing
next to any other who can be thrown out.
In daylight this right to righteous rage doubles
down the supremacy of white in this way.

Sound & Fury - Claudia Rankine