Beauty Patches Fad, 1950s
The Century, a chronicle of the 20th century
Like a modern day Spice Girls (but with a clearer feminist vision and DIY roots), Barf Troop is a project I can really get behind. Not only do these girls rap fearlessly, but they are pushing the boundaries of how mainstream music can exist in subcultural means.
“Barf Troop is all about girl power, but not only that. Barf troop is for everyone who feels a little strange, or nerdy, for anyone who has weird ideas and stays up late watching too many weird movies and downloading too much underground music. Barf troop is for EVERYONE who stands up for themselves and are proud to be who they are—no matter who they are.”
@stephgoldyo workin’ for the clam down is right! (at Rockaway Beach 106 St)
I made a LOT of videos of clams burying themselves today. #dotheclam (at Rockaway Beach 106 St)
JELLYFISH! Not pictured: a little girl running up to me and yelling “TITS!”
radiogravy you probably REALLY weren’t expecting to hear this:
" Drummond and Cauty made heavy references to Discordianism, a modern chaos-based religion originally described by Malaclypse the Younger in Principia Discordia, but popularised by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson in the Illuminatus! books, written between 1969 and 1971. The attitude and tactics of Drummond and Cauty’s partnership matched that of the fictional cult whose name they had adopted.
The refrain “All bound for Mu Mu land”, from The KLF’s “Justified & Ancient (Stand by The JAMs)” is a reference to the Lost Continent of Mu, which Shea and Wilson identify with the fictional land Lemuria in Illuminatus!. At the end of the “Justified & Ancient” music video, The KLF exit in a submarine.”