Tuesday, April 22, 2014
SCIENCE IS COOL 
Science is cool and it makes me anxious. I’m very troubled by these things. Not many people care about science and that is even more troubling. Here are some basic interesting things about science, please hype it up. We should all think about these things when we can’t sleep.
SCIENCE IS MAGIC
According to the laws of physics we can theoretically time travel, teleport and walk through walls, so one cool thing about science is that it’s actually magic. We’d probably be able to do a lot cooler shit right now if everybody cared about science.
Time Travel: There are a few ways to time travel. The easiest way humans can time travel is by looking at anything. What we’re seeing is actually an image of the past because we see via light, and the light reflected from any object takes time to get to our eyeballs. On everyday scales this is inconsequential (light travels at 186,282 miles per second), but when it comes to large distances — like stars in faraway lands — it matters a lot. The farthest you can time travel right now by looking at stars/celestial bodies with your naked eye is around 100,000 years, but with mega-telescopes you can time travel up to 13 billion years (almost to the beginning of the universe, 13.7 billion years ago). Theoretically if we created telescopes powerful enough to see the details of faraway habitable planets, we would see civilizations that we’re happening thousands, millions or billions of years ago. If there’s aliens watching earth right now, they’re probably seeing dinosaurs. This sucks, we’re all trapped. I’ll get into this later –
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SCIENCE IS COOL 

Science is cool and it makes me anxious. I’m very troubled by these things. Not many people care about science and that is even more troubling. Here are some basic interesting things about science, please hype it up. We should all think about these things when we can’t sleep.

SCIENCE IS MAGIC

According to the laws of physics we can theoretically time travel, teleport and walk through walls, so one cool thing about science is that it’s actually magic. We’d probably be able to do a lot cooler shit right now if everybody cared about science.

Time Travel: There are a few ways to time travel. The easiest way humans can time travel is by looking at anything. What we’re seeing is actually an image of the past because we see via light, and the light reflected from any object takes time to get to our eyeballs. On everyday scales this is inconsequential (light travels at 186,282 miles per second), but when it comes to large distances — like stars in faraway lands — it matters a lot. The farthest you can time travel right now by looking at stars/celestial bodies with your naked eye is around 100,000 years, but with mega-telescopes you can time travel up to 13 billion years (almost to the beginning of the universe, 13.7 billion years ago). Theoretically if we created telescopes powerful enough to see the details of faraway habitable planets, we would see civilizations that we’re happening thousands, millions or billions of years ago. If there’s aliens watching earth right now, they’re probably seeing dinosaurs. This sucks, we’re all trapped. I’ll get into this later –


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BAKED, ZULA, BUENO AND JEOPARDY: 4/20 MONSTER PARTY AT THE HO_SE 

April 20, 2014

MORE HERE

Monday, April 14, 2014

CULT CHOIR

Solo project from Shane D. Graybill in Denver, PA. 
"Shoegaze," "psychedelic," "garage rock," etc., but contains a striking amount of its own character and stylistic maturity.
Recommend it for the shadowy undertones.

MORE HERE 

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

TABLOID PREVIEW
mathew andrews

Here’s a preview of what will @ some point become a periodical, but for now is just a zine. 20ish pages of pictures + text of past experience nostalgia and maybe a little detached @ times. Printed on newsprint, not bound, maybe I’ll put it in a nice container.

VIEW MORE/GET FOR FREE HERE

GET FOR DONATION HERE

Friday, March 28, 2014

scarere:

pill friends v2 - murder me for my sins

by Ian Ross 

Tuesday, March 18, 2014 Saturday, March 15, 2014

SPRING GARDEN ELEMENTARY 

12th and Ogden Streets in North Philly 

Surrounded by newly constructed Philadelphia Housing Authority homes, the building eerily remains from what the neighborhood once was, before it was demolished to build an inner city suburb project.

MORE PHOTOS/INFO

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Teen SuicideAlex G at PhilaMOCA

March 1, 2014 

MORE HERE

Tuesday, March 4, 2014
FLIRT GOD – SELECTED WORKS (VOL 1)
Collection of “fake hip-hop” beats from FLIRT GOD, a bedroom producer in LA. Something really good about their style, embodied by all-caps song titles like “DAMMIT SON WHERE DID U FIND THIS,” “HELLO LET ME HOLLER AT U” etc. 
I recommend the ones linked above, and “LOOK AT THA DARK CLOUDS” in particular:

MORE INFO HERE

FLIRT GOD – SELECTED WORKS (VOL 1)

Collection of “fake hip-hop” beats from FLIRT GOD, a bedroom producer in LA. Something really good about their style, embodied by all-caps song titles like “DAMMIT SON WHERE DID U FIND THIS,” “HELLO LET ME HOLLER AT U” etc. 

I recommend the ones linked above, and “LOOK AT THA DARK CLOUDS” in particular:

MORE INFO HERE

Friday, February 28, 2014

ALEX G playing a new song at the Teen Suicide reunion show at Suburbia 3/27/14

first minute

PHOTOS HERE

TEEN SUICIDE / ALEX G at Suburbia 
February 27, 2013

MORE HERE

Sunday, February 23, 2014 Sunday, February 16, 2014 Saturday, February 15, 2014
scary-pretty:

INTERVIEW WITH FOG LAKEExcerpts from an interview with Newfoundland’s Aaron Powell on his ‘downer pop’ project, Fog Lake. 
"I think it’s best to write things from your own perspective. My motto is to keep it real. A lot of people have abandoned me not pretending to be happy all the time. Fuck them. I’d rather distract myself being unhappy than pretend that nothing’s bothering me. My advice is to keep it the fuck real."”When I started I only did it for myself. It was considered a “healing project”. I have never really gotten over any of the themes discussed in the songs….I’d like to think that if it has a healing effect on me then it may work for others too, who can relate to the ideas and moods incorporated into the music. My goal is to hopefully make music that people can identity with and understand. I’d kinda just like to make someone’s day.”READ THE INTERVIEW HERE

scary-pretty:

INTERVIEW WITH FOG LAKE
Excerpts from an interview with Newfoundland’s Aaron Powell on his ‘downer pop’ project, Fog Lake

"I think it’s best to write things from your own perspective. My motto is to keep it real. A lot of people have abandoned me not pretending to be happy all the time. Fuck them. I’d rather distract myself being unhappy than pretend that nothing’s bothering me. My advice is to keep it the fuck real."

When I started I only did it for myself. It was considered a “healing project”. I have never really gotten over any of the themes discussed in the songs….
I’d like to think that if it has a healing effect on me then it may work for others too, who can relate to the ideas and moods incorporated into the music. My goal is to hopefully make music that people can identity with and understand. I’d kinda just like to make someone’s day.

READ THE INTERVIEW HERE