Saturday, January 28, 2017

The Faking of the Golden Suicides and the D.C. Punk Connection

From Vanity Fair Article The Golden Suicides https://www.google.com/amp/www.vanityfair.com/news/2008/01/suicides200801/amp?client=ms-android-sprint-mvno-us


Jeremy Blake and Theresa Duncan first met in 1994. They were both part of the activist, “positive force” punk-rock scene in Washington (think Fugazi, Bikini Kill). He hung around with the band Nation of Ulysses, believed in punk as a philosophy. It was a macho, hipster scene. The women tended to stay in the background, dressed frumpy. Theresa called them “the hausfraus 2000.” She went to parties wearing sequined hot pants. Her boyfriend was Mitch Parker, former bassist of Government Issue. They had a song called “Asshole.” Sometimes she would take out her compact and apply lipstick when someone was boring her.

Miles Mathis Destroys the myth of these "Artists"  
http://mileswmathis.com/golden.pdf

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