Not the usual session but Kirk Fogg’s African Adventure wrote a new jam over the summer. This one is called “Blockbuster Graveyard”. It’s about the fall of Blockbuster as a major video rental business. Popular in the 90s but failing to keep up with streaming sites like Netflix and Hulu as well as more affordable rental services like Redbox. But we spun it with a twisted theme of the Wild West mixed with penis jokes. Enjoy.
Side note: I have one of my final presentations in the MBA program tonight. Topic… the fall of Blockbuster.
Check out the new KFAA song, for real.
"It’s like getting fucked through a vortex of time back to a time of late fees and walls of the same movie."
This was scanned by my friend Brian. This is from the zine Housebroken #5, and it’s an article where Tommy Corrigan from Silent Majority describes what every song off ‘Life Of A Spectator’ is about. This is way cool, and you should read it. Silent Majority is the most important band that ever came into my life, and ‘Life Of A Spectator’ is the most important record that I’ve ever heard in my life, so I always post something related to them so that their legacy continues to be passed down generation after generation! -K.BOT
I’m glad this is getting spread around! This zine, which was out of Erie, PA, also features Boy Sets Fire, One King Down and Torn Apart. If anyone wants scans of those articles let me know. This zine was a good pick up!
q: Introduce yourself: a: Hey, my name is Brian Giwojna and I’m from Long Island, New York, birthplace of the modern suburb. I’m currently finishing up my MFA in Sculpture at the Savannah College of Art & Design in Atlanta, Georgia, where I will be starting my thesis this…
This ad was ripped apart when I found it and I attempted to fix it the best I could. I have tried searching for the meaning behind “Gay Lite”, but have found nothing. I believe the clipping came from the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Dill Pickles and Nectarines, Food Giant Advertisement
These clippings came from a Food Giant ad from the 1980’s I believe. Food Giant still has stores in the south, mostly in Alabama. Cates Pickles were bought out by Dean Foods in 1989. Here’s a commericial for them here: