candlestickWave_rough-3

On June 14, 2014 Glimr played an empty 70,000-seat Candlestick Park, setting up at the former second-base where the Beatles played their last stadium show. Album and short-film forthcoming. It looked like this. Figure it out.

canyouhearme_rough

Invariably every time Michael powers up his amplifier at the studio, bits and pieces of Christian radio leak out, which we hear between chords and outbursts of feedback. One of the more common broadcasts includes a recitation of the rosary. Now listen: yamaka-wearing Michael is not a card-carrying member of the sunday-morning-cannibalism phylum, so it would seem to me that […]

haself

Don’t know what I had to say back when wanting to be punk rock at 18. In reality, punk rock should begin closer to 40yrs old. More experience, more frustration, more to be happy about, more to be pissed about. All with less future options and nearing your half-life. I mean, the marginalization that comes with middle age inspires […]

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Candlestick Park

On June 14, 2014 Glimr played an empty 70,000-seat Candlestick Park, setting up at the former second-base where the Beatles played their last stadium show. Album and short-film forthcoming. It looked like this. Figure it out.


some significant truth

Invariably every time Michael powers up his amplifier at the studio, bits and pieces of Christian radio leak out, which we hear between chords and outbursts of feedback. One of the more common broadcasts includes a recitation of the rosary. Now listen: yamaka-wearing Michael is not a card-carrying member of the sunday-morning-cannibalism phylum, so it would seem to me that some significant truth is being communicated (there are no coincidences).

– ankle, the mimic

 

 


Don’t Know What I Had To Say

Don’t know what I had to say back when wanting to be punk rock at 18. In reality, punk rock should begin closer to 40yrs old. More experience, more frustration, more to be happy about, more to be pissed about. All with less future options and nearing your half-life. I mean, the marginalization that comes with middle age inspires as much, if not more, to rock out about than the isolation of youth. More people should be starting bands when they turn 35.
– blake, happy accident