Come for the music, stay for the memories.
They’re an incredible musician, writer, activist, artist, zine maker, and friend. I’m so lucky to have Candace as a part of my found family, and Los Angeles is so lucky to have such an icon in its midst.
Something old, not much new.
“Anything I’m going to spend effort on, it’s going to be active and intentional.”
“When I hear music, I fear no danger. I am invulnerable. I see no foe. I am related to the earliest times, and to the latest.” –Henry David Thoreau
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A Danish pastry and a Belgian Bun cooked up in a Dutch Oven
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In this episode, Miles, Prather, and Rick discuss pandemic tourist attractions, Weird Al, Sublime, and eventually ska. Rick plays songs from the Unicorn Records catalogue in the late ’80s and Prather plays all covers. Enjoy it, will you?
Daryl, Liz, and Rick go through their favorite records of 2020 and have a deep dive about hardcore band tropes.