SUPER-GOOBER/ HAIRY HOLE SUNDAY MEGA-POST!!! STARRING (but sadly, NOT their hairy holes) LITTLE JOE, TICO PATTERSON, Mr. HARDY!!!
SISSYDUDE LOVES: THE FOSSE’esque brilliance of director Aron Kantor & choreographer Danny Dolan’s “FOLSOM STREET 2015” video promo!
A kink and fetish fueled dance explosion in celebration of the 2015 Folsom Street Fair.
Folsom Street Fair 2015 is Sunday, September 27, 11am – 6pm on Folsom Street between 8th and 13th streets in San Francisco, CA.
San Francisco has long pushed culture boundaries, radical self-expression and sexual freedom. Today awash in stories of the changing face of the city and its quickly eroding creative communities, “Folsom Street” joyously celebrates the rich history of diversity that pushes the limits of raw sexuality that make this city the exciting cultural haven that it has always been.
Directed by Aron Kantor and featuring Broadway performer Colin Cunliffe, notorious nightlife promoter Mario Diaz, gender-queer drag queen Grace Towers, and a variety of San Francisco dancers and performers, the film serves as both a metaphor for the Folsom Street Fair and an example of the possibilities of queer community effort and activism.
SISSYDUDE SATURDAY MORNING RITUAL (as if)… UP & OUT a film by DUKE NGUYEN/ performed by EMANUEL ABRUZZO
Filmed and Edited by Duke Nguyen
Art by David Paul Kay
Song: Metamorphosis one
Music by: Phillip Glass
Mpre ABRUZZO videos HERE
SISSYDUDE LOVES: DANDY QUEENS new editorial @ BLACKATTITUDE/ photos by Prisca M. Monnier as a collaboration with Nadeem Mateky (via okayafrica)
OKAY AFRICA: Dandy Queens sees its sartorial-clad female models (Aurélie Lamalle, Marama Lee, Khady Diallo) take on the roles of Jo March (the lead character from Louisa May Alcott‘s Little Women, American abolitionist Dr. Mary Walker Chirurgienne (Mary Edwards Walker), and the frontierswoman Martha Jane Canary (Calamity Jane). Head to Blackattitude for the full editorial. For more, follow the magazine on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Some kind stranger asked me today… “What is your favorite album”? I thought for a second or two… was it The Smith’s The Queen Is Dead? Sinatra’s “Only The Lonely”? And then out of the blue I told him Scott Walker’s “Scott 3”. So here it is. If you are not familiar with it give it a try. A geeky (and very cute) buddy of mine turned me on to Walker in the early ’90s but Walker’s music just didn’t click with me till a few years later… and I’ve adored his stunning vocals and atmospheric arrangements ever since. As much as I appreciate his weird and dark recordings of the 1990s and 2000s, it’s his 60’s & 70’s recordings that are very dear to my heart.
Scott 3, 1969 Lp, is the third solo album by singer songwriter Scott Walker. All songs written and composed by Scott Walker (credited as Noel Scott Engel), except where noted.
And here is one of my fave Walker tracks (not on Scott 3) “Joe”.
“To say Color Movies is a group of songs about my childhood and adolescence is true but insufficient,” Terry admits. “It’s a few memories in glass; the result of a maddening stock-taking effort; counting cans with unreadable labels. But I have a markedly questionable, impressionistic memory. I can’t know what is true and verifiable about my life. everything is so hazy. everyone was so sad. All of this is to say some of Color Movies is true, and some is fantastic fiction and I don’t know which is which. I never did.” – Dane Terry
Frillbilly Theater Composer. Appalachian Fatalist Songster. Based in NYC. Traveling all over. FACEBOOK
Terry photos by Walt Cessna after the jump
more PICTURES OF ME… HERE!
more PICTURES OF ME… HERE!
‘He, She, Me’: an exclusive track by Devonté Hynes and Neneh Cherry, commissioned by Selfridges. | Film by Kathryn Ferguson & Alex Turvey, featuring Hari Nef. Choreography by Ryan Heffington.
FEELGUIDE: Genius music producer Dev Hynes (i.e. BLOOD ORANGE) teamed up recently with Neneh Cherry for a brilliant new single “He She Me,” released in conjunction with British department store Selfridges’ new gender-free fashion line AGENDER. The video was directed by Selfridges’ in-house director Kathryn Ferguson alongside Alex Turvey, with choreography by Ryan Heffington, who also choreographed Sia’s “Chandelier”. In an interview, Ferguson explained the concept of the video: “The film is an evolving journey through a subtle push and pull between masculinity and femininity, captured entirely in one unbroken shot, utilising in-camera camera effects in a world populated by out-scaled physical props inspired by Faye Toogood’s in store realisation of AGENDER. This film has come at a time when important conversations about gender fluidity and non-binary ways of being are finally getting a lot of attention.”
vintage shots via MYSELFIXION
HOTARIOUS: JUSTIN VIVIAN BOND & TAYLOR MAC – “Were You There When They Crucified My Lord” (2011) via david & derek
Justin Vivian Bond & Taylor Mac tear up the house with their rendition of “Were You There When They Crucified My Lord.”
Performed at the Castro Theatre, 4/9/2011; event produced by Marc Huestis presents; piano by Thomas Bartlett; camera by Mark Kliem; sound by Randall Schiller productions