“Sabel Starr lived to fuck rock stars. She was so glamorous, totally one-of-a-kind, wearing scarves for shirts and going topless without hesitation. My junior high school friend Queenie became friends with Sabel and introduced me. I was 14. Sabel was the same age. I felt completely in awe of her.” –Lori Mattix
I am hoping that you can give me some podcast recommendations. I’ve listened to many podcasts and looking for some more.
Here is a list of podcasts I’ve listened to in no order off the top of my head. (I’ve probably forgotten some.)
○Welcome to Nightvale
○The Penumbra Podcast
○Alice isn’t dead
○Within the wires
○The Alexandria Archives
○The orbiting human circus
○King Falls AM
○The Bright Sessions
○The Black Tapes
○The Deep Vault
Here is a list of podcasts that are on my “To Listen to” list
■Hello from the magic tavern
■Myths and legends
■The Magnus Achive
■Tales of Thattown
(Star Collector - The Monkees, Sick Again - Led Zeppelin, Little Wing - The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Superlungs (My Supergirl) - Donovan, Ladies of The Road - King Crimson, Famous Groupies - Wings, Tiny Dancer - Elton John)
All S wanted was to finish her journey across the island in peace. Not to stumble across a lone traveler (no one travels alone), who is actually very pretty (no one travels alone), and who has roped S into becoming a guide to the unbreachable Center lands (no one travels alone).
But this irritatingly taciturn and mysterious hanger-on never thought to ask why S was traveling to the Center.
I commissioned the absolutely amazing @kauriart to draw my Inquisitor Sabel Trevelyan and I am SO glad I did! She was amazingly fast, talented and receptive. And Sabel looks exactly how I imagine her–plus that HAIR! kauriart told me that she feels very down to earth and distinctive, and I couldn’t agree more. If you ever get the chance to commission her, do it!!!
*goes back to gushing over how cool her scar looks*
Dutch art therapist Bettie Ringma with Nancy Spungen and Sabel Starr at CBGB, 1976. Eliot Kidd is in the background. Taken by Marc H. Miller.[ XX ]
“I saw these two girls and they looked totally out of place there. It was a totally funky place, with everything tattered and run-down. And here were these dressed-up, long-haired girls. I said to Marc, these are not musicians, but let’s just take a picture with them. And then later Nancy Spungen became Sid Vicious’s girlfriend, and you know what happened there. Sad story.”