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"They don’t seem to realize that the future is just like now, but in a little while, so they say they’re going to do things in anticipation of some kind of seismic shift in their world-view that never actually materializes." - Russell Brand (My Booky Wook)

Merrill Garbus and Joanna Newsom: Media Narratives on Feminism


Recently, one of my favorite bands, tUnE-yArDs, the solo project of Merrill Garbus, has been getting a deserved and increased amount of media attention because of the ridiculously amazing and sonically innovative album, w h o k i l l. I’ve also been pleasantly surprised that a fair amount of mainstream music journalists are recognizing the album’s feminism, even Pitchfork (see other articles/reviews from The Guardian, The Village Voice, and cokemachineglow). w h o k i l l broadly deals with sex, violence, slut-shaming, self-loathing, prejudice, privilege, and more sex, all from a singularly and loud female perspective. But even with all the good feminist press about this album, I cannot help but think how little feminist press Joanna Newsom received for Have One on Me, one of the most feminist albums I have ever heard outside of the riot-grrrl movement.

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Go to a concert without leaving the house. → 

It’s a hulu channel which currently has about 98 (mostly) full length live concerts from the worlds most critically acclaimed artists. It’s a lot like being at the show, but you don’t have to pay or go anywhere. Plus the beer is cheaper.

With our projector, surround sound, and dimmed lights it’s one of the coolest things I can do at home for free. 

“I want to change the world, and do something valuable and beautiful. I want people to remember me before I’m dead, and then more afterwards.” — Russell Brand, My Booky Wook (which I am very much enjoying. Read it if you can.)

Rich Fulcher Interview

Buy Tiny Acts of Rebellion.


"So next time you’re at a gathering, why not tell everyone you’re going out for a fag and simply leave without saying goodbye to anyone."

"Before the salesperson approaches you, ask "Excuse me, may I help you?""

When testing a free sample try: “I love the crisps so much, yet I hate them more than life itself.”

Make your own Do Not Disturb sign like: “I’m at your house now, shaving your dog.” or “Do not clean up blood!” or “Who cares what the sign says, you’re going to f*cking knock anyway!”

If you’re a fellow Snuff Box fan: