Tag: Brooklyn

Barajada and The Earth’s Bare Stage – by X.F. Pine

Pine’s outré memoir explores analog 1990s Williamsburg Brooklyn before the the crashing of the digital wave. He uses a form of cartomancy containing heroic face cards, places and moments of influence to map absurd inspirations. His memory is one personal

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CoughPark4 Compact Discs – 13 Corners of The Escape

Thee new mix is out featured many talented people. Your simple life will never be the same. See the bottom of the page for more info on CoughPark Compact Discs #4 UPDATE SEPTEMBER 2018 – The new mix is called

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TOP PEG – Underground Cable Show

TOP PEG was an underground cable access show that aired on the New York City’s Manhattan Neighborhood Network in the mid 90s. The subject matter of the shows varied from comedies and surreal experiments, to documentaries and music. The show
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Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St. Paulinus

This rough assembly of the Feast and the "La Festa dei Gigli" (the Feast of the Lilies) is from the early 1990s. The yearly ritual is performed in Willamsburg Brooklyn and has been observed by devotees in the area since
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July 4th in Brooklyn with WHOT

This is always worth watching at least once a year. This is back when Brooklyn was more exciting and lawless. It’s a live broadcast of WHOT blowing up their own microphones with quarter sticks of dynamite. -X.F. Pine

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