I saw Glass Animals at Empty Bottle last week and I took horrid photos the entire night. Although it was an incredible show, I have little evidence to prove this claim. That being said, I took two cool photos as soon as I got outside.
I worked at The Children’s Museum in Indianapolis for a little over a year. This glass monster (the largest permanent glass installation in the world) never became mundane; it was stunning every single day.
The world deserves these pictures. 2008, taken with my first shitty digital camera. This is my sophomore dorm room, covered in album covers, paintings, photos of my dad in college, and more. Shout-out Elton John, Blue Man Group, and The Mars Volta. Also, my friend Jordan is wearing my purple Cool Kids shirt which has since disappeared and my friend Sarah is wearing my gigantic hoodie which I still have.
Happy Hurt Everybody Day! Great to see these talented artists release such a strong body of work. Their “EP” (which is actually 14 songs) can be downloaded and/or streamed over at their newly launched hurteverybody.com. In celebration, here’s a shot of Supa, who produced, rapped, and sang on the tape. And mixed it all.
Before we rode the camels, an old man with broken Spanish told us all about Tangiers, about how Matt Damon jumped from building to building for his Bourne film, about how The Clash and William S. Burroughs made the Moroccan city famous, about how hashish was sold on every corner if you asked the right person.