The Inevitable Minor Fires

An ongoing search for hidden truths within the gigantic lie of The Future combined with an ongoing endeavour to derail that planned obsolescence while reviving the finest examples of living already revealed.
I spent many a night laying on my back
Waiting for the dawn to pierce a crack in the ceiling hanging from the sky

I spent many a night laying on my back

Waiting for the dawn to pierce a crack in the ceiling hanging from the sky

(Source: simpan76, via fuckyeahscottwalker)

"What came first — the music or the misery?" That sad-sack line from High Fidelity more or less sums up most people’s relationship with sad music: necessary and potentially indulgent. But as it turns out, listening to sad music isn’t just an excuse to partake in a pity party — it’s scientifically proven to be healthy.

jupitterlarsen:

San Francisco, 1998: Performing on the very stage that Phyllis Diller and Tiny Tim made famous back in the 1960s, The Haters performed The Grinding Gig at the Purple Onion. Two performers each had an electric drill mounted with a grinding wheel. They both pushed the spinning grinders into a live microphone being held up by a third. The mic was slowly worn down to a stub. Applause followed from the cheering audience. This performance lasted 30 minutes.

jupitterlarsen:

San Francisco, 1998: Performing on the very stage that Phyllis Diller and Tiny Tim made famous back in the 1960s, The Haters performed The Grinding Gig at the Purple Onion. Two performers each had an electric drill mounted with a grinding wheel. They both pushed the spinning grinders into a live microphone being held up by a third. The mic was slowly worn down to a stub. Applause followed from the cheering audience. This performance lasted 30 minutes.