To join in these journeys, all you need is your free passport. It includes a gift from your host W. Lance Hunt—the full playlist of the 150 plus music references from A Perfect Blindness with links to Apple Music, Spotify, 8tracksradio, and YouTube to listen or watch along. It’s a deep dive into the catalog of independent label Wax Trax Records and the clubs of the late 80s and early 90s. If you haunted dance clubs back in the day, you’ll stride int clubs the way you were 30 plus years ago. If you danced in Chicago, you'll step on long-gone dance floors. Get your passport right now to remember and imagine.
Novelist, sommelier, collector of street art, and dabbler in ideas relating to scientific revolution.
“Littered with cigarette butts, vodka bottles, and a dead body, A Perfect Blindness is a grunge rock fantasy[,] an escape story ideal for those who still live out their rock star dreams whenever they close their eyes.” —Clarion Review “smartly written and sharply atmospheric— a worthy […] addition to the literature of rock ‘n’ roll’s […]
A sampling of Street Art from the Early aughts and teens: Brooklyn, Montréal and Amsterdam.
Every day above ground is a good day, and one worthy of celebration.
Street art is ephemeral. The building can be torn down, other people can tag it, weather, fires, and a host of other things can damage, destroy or efface this work. But as “Beyond The Streets,” the moving street art exhibition showed, even the pieces that have vanished are worth a look.