Summer 2017 – Dream Pop Press
Jugulars usually avoid getting tied together. Adam Crittenden wants to call tied together jugglers a bridge. To be tethered together means the jugulars can really feel it, to be dragged around. Once the jugulars have been given less freedom the less freedom becomes the norm, the ability to realize that only happens upon trying to fully leave.
Nik De Dominic talks about the early mapmakers of the world. Sadly, they were pretty terrible at making maps, good at drawing though. Unknowns back then were referred to as monster, instead of the empty sea which in a way feels more terrifying. Out in the world much of it continues the strong embrace of emptiness, it loves the space. Letters to a wolf help reminisce about roommates of old. The thing about life is it requires so many roommates, the ways of the world virtually impose that tax onto whoever they possibly can. Childhood enjoys a fine well to fall into, hence that whole Simpsons episode pointing out the dangers of falling into a well. Fortunately cities do not have wells they just have unaffordable real estate and so many people. Little baby wolves, they grow up into big bad wolves but the chasm between the myth and the reality takes a while.
Fatal wishes ought to be uploaded, not uplifted. It is the 21st century and it is going to be a bleak one. Logan Fry gives it two months while watching lakes change their tint. Chicago changes the tint of its rivers to green celebrating a special holiday for little to no reason. Error needs tailored lint to look sharp. War spouts from these articles of clothing for the rebellion from the clothing industry becomes too great to withstand. Names reveal a lot about a person, usually their names mostly but also a little about their origin story, their love story, etc. Believing has its limits and those limits can be seen on countless faces, glistening with sweat as it absolves the composed ones.
Object permanence becomes a learned thing. The objectification of others takes place over a longer period, the way it conditions billions of people. N. Goth asks about every physical aspect, the questions that come out of the mouths of many. Pickup lines tortured until they reach a logical illogical conclusion. Elements of fear, of insecurity, start to dissect those lines. Depersonalization results from the creepiness of different forms of flirtation. Usage of the word “baby” indicates a power dynamic, as the truth and personalization begin to shift the tenor. Purity of things becomes a way of trying to further emphasize the objectification of others, the way they transform into a fantasy away from reality.