Saturday, May 11th, 2013 - Shea Stadium (Bushwick, NY) 9pm, doors at 8pm - All Ages - $8
Habibi Headlining. Everyone is worth seeing so get there on time!
One of my absolute favorite NYC garage bands. All-female garage pop.
Psychedelic Burger Records…
BKLYN happening bulletin:
TARAKA LARSON: Does Nostradamus ever hit on you?
PINK: It’s not that kind of relationship."
Katie Lee - “The Will to Fail” (Songs of Couch and Consultation)
Life Magazine: “Teenage Wasteland: Japanese Youth in Revolt, 1964”
A large segment of Japanese young people are, deep down, desperately unhappy and lost. And they talk freely about their frustrations. Many have lost respect for their elders, always a keystone of Japanese life, and in some cases denounce the older people for “for having gotten us into a senseless war.”
Having sliced the ties that bind them to the home, in desperation they form their own miniature societies with rules of their own. The young people in these groups are are bound to one another not out of mutual affection — in many cases the “lost ones” are incapable of affection — but from the need to belong, to be part of something.