While debating the relevancy of butterscotch on the modern palette, we discuss why David is such a goddamn old man.
Follow. Follow. Follow.
man oh man.
“There’s always been the argument: Where did punk rock start? Who cares? It’s not where did it start, it’s why did it start? —Bob Mould, 1981
Bob Mould returns to the city where Hüsker Dü began for Rock the Garden 2013. To mark the occasion, we asked journalist (and punk drummer) Jeff Severns Guntzel to dig into the local archives for a look at Mould’s musical, political, and personal roots.
Photos (top to bottom): Hüsker Dü in 1981 or ‘82 (photo: Steve Hengstler, special thanks to Annie Hengstler); printing plate for Hüsker Dü and the band’s early ’80s label, Reflex Records (photo: Minnesota Historical Society); Mould backstage at Maverick’s in Boston during Hüsker Dü’s first East Coast trip, 1983 (photo: Kathy Campbell).
Bob Mould? More like BABY Mould. Lookatthatface! Also, I know that printing plate! I’ve posted it here before.
Anyway, Rock the Garden sounds pretty great this year:
Bob Mould Band, Low and more.
After last week’s can do kid video debacle (included a baby photo which showed a tiny tiny bit of baby butt, evoking much first grade ridicule), mom is 0 fer 2.
Hope melting plastic dinosaurs in the old toaster oven to illustrate the carbon cycle will make everything alright.
After all this time I just now got around to reading Bernie’s jeans.
Right leg: “Bernie Mac”
Left leg: “You don’t understand”
ahh shit. here goes a few hours of my life. NECESSARY.
Artisanal Pencil Sharpening on NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT.
this is fucking amazing.
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‘You’re the Reflection of the Moon on the Water’ by Grant Hart
Poetry wrapped in classic garage rock.