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Splody.

Wednesday, 23 September 2020

I want that chili recipe.

[Found here.]

Pan Demonic

Monday, 21 September 2020

[More panorama photo fails here.]

Saturday Matinee – Poderosa AAINJALA, Rising Appalachia; Kitty, Daisy & Lewis; Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats

Saturday, 19 September 2020

Poderosa AAINJALA – 150 Tambores

Roughly translated from the indigenous Wuayuunaiki language of Bogotá, Colombia, AAINJAA means “to do, to elaborate, to manufacture, and to build.” More about this popular massive ensemble here.

Rising Appalachia plays roots-based music righteously. Leah Smith (aka Leah Song) plays banjo, bodhran; Chloe Smith plays guitar, fiddle, and banjo. Name of the song is Greasy Coat.

Kitty, Daisy and Lewis perform Polly Put The Kettle On live at the 2012 Pickathon Pumphouse Sessions in Portland, Oregon. Kind of a quirky family group with an unknown surname from London, but they’ve got an aura of cool retro going. This song’s a cover (written by A. Miller) but dang if I can find the original artist.

Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats are awesome, even if some of their song patterns are a bit familiar. Wasting Time fits my mood these days.

See you tomorrow, rain or shine, and maybe we’ll do something.

Got it.

Friday, 18 September 2020

[Found here.]

Himalayan Griffon Vulture

Wednesday, 16 September 2020

[Found here.]

DEVO 1977

Wednesday, 26 August 2020

Devo, 1977

“I don’t think Devo would have hatched in a major city. We were surrounded by an anti-intellectual culture and antagonistic people in Ohio. By the time we came up on the radar of the tastemakers, our aesthetic was fully formed.”

Jerry Casale

[Found here.]

Crowley Lake Columns

Thursday, 20 August 2020

Researchers have determined that the columns were created by cold water percolating down into — and steam rising up out of — hot volcanic ash spewed by a cataclysmic explosion 760,000 years ago

The blast, 2,000 times larger than the 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens, created the Long Valley Caldera, a massive 10-by-2-mile sink that includes the Mammoth Lakes area. It also covered much of the eastern Sierra Nevada range with a coarse volcanic tuff, or ash fall.

[Found here via here. Caption from here.]

“Hey you. Eat me.”

Thursday, 30 July 2020

[Found here.]

Gambian Burlap Duckbill Masks

Wednesday, 20 May 2020

[Found here.]

The Tapestry.

Tuesday, 19 May 2020

[Found here via here.]


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