If this took place when I think it did, around ’93, it woulda been a year before he passed away. Honest, scathing and tired of it all, Hicks is lucid, subtly angry in a long conversation with a demure long haired public TV host. There are many, many quotes and one liners from Hicks you could crochet and hang above your bed.
SNAP is puttin’ on another art/print/music shindig, this one happening on June 20 at their printshop. BLOCK OUT will feature prints made with a steamroller, on-demand printing of various and sundry items, beer and as always, fine, fine music. BLOCK OUT is stoked to host Softess (Vancouver) along with the dark punk miscreants in Strangled.
It is surreal to think such a notorious figure now calls Edmonton, Alberta home. Despite the fearmongering and misinformation from our federal “leaders”, we should embrace Mr. Khadr and actually take the time to learn about his experiences.
- In His Own Words: Omar Khadr (Michelle Shepard, Toronto Star)
Hipped to this track by my roommate, some 80s groove with a decidedly modern funk flavour.
From her second album Spice of Life. Painful yet uplifting, classic soul/funk.
Should be a beauty weekend here in the City of ??? Happy Friday everyone!