Two Bodies is a song about taking someone else’s inability to fall in love very personally. // Post by Misha
John Darnielle let me see, for the first time, music as therapy, music as sanctuary, and, ultimately, music as pure love. // Post by Misha
Photos and words by Colleen Callahan “Shoot. Well, pants with pockets usually prove useful when I shoot a show,” … More
Shadowboxing, by Ruth Madievsky To let grief ride my blood like a school bus. To say tongue but mean … More
Cover photo by Samantha Lopez My body does not exist to be soft for anyone. To not feel … More
on saturday, along with most of the world, i marched. but on friday i went to one of my favorite places in the city, a little diy feminist art spot called junior high. and, bathed in pink light with some friends and a band called cuddle formation, i mourned.
I’m not sure if it was all the ’70s covers, the old-time venue, Jim James’ Woodstock-era hair, or some combination of all of those things, but I left the show wanting to give everyone peace signs and use the phrase “far out”.
Photos and words // Misha Scott Real quick, is it me or have hipsters been getting more… hipstery? Like, when … More
Like it or not, kids, the 80s are back. I mean like, really back. Like I know they’ve been back … More
Photos by Sam Shimizu-Jones // Words by Misha Scott I arrived at The Regent on Friday night just in time to … More