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League of Inveterate Poets

The out-of-context contextuality of a foolish sage

Bulltown Strutters Band Takes to the Streets.

| September 30, 2010

UPDATE: Watch Bulltown Strutters Mini-Documentary Video from Marry Durham I love Durham. Tonight at the second rehearsal of the Bulltown Strutters Band, Durham’s new New Orlean’s second line marching band extravaganza, we just felt like we needed to start steppin’. After going over a few tunes in one member’s living room, we decided to practice […]

Curse Your Branches by David Bazan: A Song for Fall

| September 21, 2010

A song for the first day of fall (“Curse Your Branches” by David Bazan) red and orange or red and yellow in which of these do you believe if you’re not sure right now please take a moment i need your signature before you leave when i sleep i’m usually dreaming though more and more […]

Sebastian Blanck: Would You Kill for the Empire of the Free?

| July 28, 2010

This song, from Alibi Coast, the new album by Sebastian Blanck, raises important questions on many levels, from the political to the cosmological. I wrote a novel on the wall With every line and with every thought The ceiling fell until I was caught By an angel who wanted it all An angel who wanted […]

Podcast #5: Alan Helm’s Afternoon of Glory, Part 3

| July 18, 2010

In Part 3 of this story, we follow our hero back into the murky recesses of the school band farm team system, where his fate is about to be decided without his knowledge, as is the wont of fates. Listen to Part 1 of this story | Listen to Part 2 of this story Listen […]

Podcast #4: Alan Helm’s Afternoon of Glory, Part 2

| July 13, 2010

In Part 2 of this story, our hero finds marching band as a secure, if only seasonal, safe haven in the social storms of high school. His contentment only lasts until he hears of a further Promised Land just over the horizon. It’s a story of how a marching band geek became a rock star, […]

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