22 Rumors, Orgies, And Relationships From The Golden Age Of Gay Hollywood: “22 Rumors, Orgies, And Relationships From The Golden Age Of Gay Hollywood
play in this order: My Other Voice, Tryouts For The Human Race, La Dolce Vita
meets Cheap Trick’s She’s Tight:
Palmer circa ’72 performing with his band of the time, Vinegar Joe
here it is if you must:
Unlocking the Mystery of Stitches, the Rapper Behind “Brick in Yo Face” | NOISEY: “As far as breakout singles go, Stitches’ ‘Brick In Yo Face’ is nonpareil. Its beat wheezes and lurches like a freight train as conducted by Godzilla as Stitches bellows, ‘I LOVE SELLIN’ BLOW!!!’ over and over again, like a team of sirens trying to lure Odysseus to their lands with the promise of gigantic fucking brick of cocaine. Its video, meanwhile, is devastatingly straightforward, almost comically so. Linebacker-size, Stitches cuts an imposing figure, especially when screaming, gun in hand, in front of a trap house with a battalion of likeminded goons. His boasts about selling blow are complemented by shots of him exchanging bricks for trash bags of cash, as well as a dude with a Hellraiser mask throwing a brick of the Chelsea Clinton around an empty room, chimp-style. The overall effect of the song and its accompanying video leads you feeling like you’ve been shot in the face with an AK-47. This has more than a little to do with the fact that Stitches literally has an AK-47 tattooed on his face.
‘I got it ‘cuz it’s my favorite gun,’ Stitches says over the phone, nonchalant, as if tattooing the image of a heavily-regulated firearm above your right jawbone was the most normal thing in the world. ‘I got it when I was 16.’ This pragmatic attitude of Thing-A-Yields-Thing-B permeates every facet of how Stitches communicates. When I ask how the video went viral, he tells me, ‘I was planning on that a couple weeks before it dropped. I knew it was going to be big.’
Stitches and I are talking on the phone because I, along with a substantial portion of the rap-consuming internet, want to know more about him. Though he’s given a few interviews in the past, he’s divulged little, perhaps out of a wish to avoid self-incrimination, perhaps because no one was asking the right questions. The lack of information, along with the feeling that the Stitches shtick is a little too perfect for capturing the Internet’s attention, creates the distinct feeling that there’s something off about the whole story. Where the fuck did the dude actually come from? How the fuck did he hit so big, so fast?”
And the filthiest one of all is in the basement of Berlin’s most esteemed techno club; a club so economically significant to the city that Berlin’s mayor frequently meets with the owners. That would be Berlin’s mayor meeting with with the owners of a piss/scat dungeon and brightly lit open air bareback fuck party:
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Berghain nightclub building
Location Friedrichshain, Berlin, Germany
Coordinates 52°30?40?N 13°26?35?E
Former name(s) Ostgut ( – 2003)
Berghain is a nightclub in Berlin, Germany, named after its location near the border between Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain. Philip Sherburne described it in 2007 as “quite possibly the current world capital of techno, much as E-Werk or Tresor were in their respective heydays.”
300+ Mind Expanding Documentaries: “I watch a lot of documentaries. I think they are incredible tools for learning and increasing our awareness of important issues. The power of an interesting documentary is that it can open our minds to new possibilities and deepen our understanding of the world. On this list of mind expanding documentaries you will find different viewpoints, controversial opinions and even contradictory ideas. Critical thinking is recommended. I’m not a big fan of conspiracy documentaries but I do like films that challenge consensus reality and provoke us to question the everyday ideas, opinions and practices we usually take for granted.
Watching documentaries is one of my favorite methods of self-education. If I find a documentary inspiring, I usually spend more time researching the different ideas and interesting people interviewed in the film.”
Lebanon Lean: The Rise of Codeine Cough Syrup in Beirut | VICE United States: “‘You drink the whole bottle and go numb for about five hours straight,’ Nada, a 22-year-old bisexual woman from Lebanon, told me. ‘Nothing matters in that moment. It’s just you, your thoughts. All the rest is gone.’”
Brian Eno brings iOS app holograms to new vinyl record release | Cult of Mac: “Drop the needle on avant-garde musician Brian Eno’s latest album release (on vinyl, of course), and you’ll hear all sorts of future-retro electronic sounds composed to stir your emotions in sometimes unpredictable ways.
Aim your iPhone at the very same vinyl record, and if you’ve installed the app made for the purpose, you’ll see a whole different scene, a 3D hologram-like cityscape that rises up from the spinning platter. Check out the video (below) for a sneak peek.”
Edward Snowden’s prize – Dylan Byers – POLITICO.com: “Edward Snowden didn’t win a Pulitzer on Monday, but he might as well have.
In a move certain to be interpreted as a vindication of the former government contractor’s efforts, the Pulitzer Prize Board on Monday awarded The Guardian US and The Washington Post its coveted Public Service award for reporting on the National Security Agency’s domestic surveillance practices.”
Rob Ford: a night of drunk driving, racism, drugs, beating friends and demeaning his wife – Boing Boing: “Rob Ford: a night of drunk driving, racism, drugs, beating friends and demeaning his wife”
Artist H.R. Giger, Creator Of Surreal Biomechanics, Dies : The Two-Way : NPR: “Artist H.R. Giger, Creator Of Surreal Biomechanics, Dies”
Nash the Slash’s Gravesite: Latest News: ”
It’s time to roll up the bandages. The thrill is gone, it seems for me more than B.B. King.
I’m proud of my remarkable 40-year career in the music biz with no hit (commercial) records. As an independent artist without management, major label support or any grants whatsoever (thank you Canada Council and Factor), I toured internationally and accomplished so much. I was unique on stage and on my recordings. I refused to be slick and artificial. I opened for and toured with some of the best musicians in the world, and was regarded highly by my peers. Rolling Stone journalist Lester Bangs once reported, ‘Nash the Slash is the kind of opening act that makes the headliner work twice as hard’.”
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