“Its core message is not about trying to exploit power differences between the haves and have-nots. It says that real power is what you have between your ears.”
“Every new band starts out with a blank page and no history.”
“‘Sophistructure’ is the idea of creating a structured lifestyle plan around sophistry,” Crow told me. “Which is, of course, impossible.”
“I’m all about trying to reduce my level of ADD.”
The monstrosity rams its entire body down your throat, where its tentacles overtake your body while its crustacean-inspired head lodges inside your mouth.
William Gibson’s new novel Zero History examines the 21st century’s techno-cultural fetishes with a deceptively simple directive: The future is now.
“We all grow out of the environment and times which we are born into.”
“Further devastation of the air, land and sea is obviously a very real possibility.”
Its revolutionary mix of geopolitics, sci-fi and psychedelia has influenced not just television, but also music, comics, film and more.
But like Lynch’s Peaks before it, The Nobody‘s impressive science lies not in the mad experiments of the Invisible Man, or the Nobody, but in its subtle dissection of psychology and interpersonal relationships.
A trip down Mercury Rev’s memory lane proves to be an uneven romp.
The actual band that performed Little Tibia and the Fibias’ most excellent “The Mummy” has yet to be identified.
“It was so incredibly untrue to life and yet so perfectly exposing at the same time.”
A chat with the man behind the aural soundscapes of Slowdive.
“I think we can turn this around, but we can’t wait. We need the attention of everyone immediately.”
“body horror was not my term. It was a term someone used to describe what I was doing, so it is not a category in my head that I use to make films.”
It does not appear as though the U.S. has any intention of leaving until all of the oil in Iraq is gone.
“I’m fucking angry and upset right now, and I’m also scared and trying to come to grips with balancing this incredible fatalism and the fact that I am still alive.”
It’s all an experiment. I want to find things that fire me up, and see if it works for the people.
Boogie’s gritty photography collection “It’s All Good” chronicles the lives of thugs, hustlers and addicts without artifice.
Scientists are so beautiful. They come up with these things, and then the other side of the coin is that artists grab hold of them, and who knows what can happen? The world is always changing, that’s rule number one.