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How to get on The Jogging, with reference to this, 2014
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Allan Kaprow's Seminal 1966 Essay on Art and "Happenings," Translated into American | VICE

My first article for VICE.

THE BUBBLE GUM DIRGE by Keith J. Varadi

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Lady Gaga, Artpop album cover

On November 6th, 2013, Lady Gaga released the album Artpop, which prior to its release, the star told MTV she wanted to mirror “a night at the club.” Despite relatively mediocre sales, both singles—“Applause” and “Do What U Want”—have definitely been played at certain clubs, though probably not at the same clubs where Gaga is used to her hits being in rotation. Ironically, “Applause” is perhaps her best song to date, reminiscent of a glammed-out Annie Lennox, but it certainly breaks the mold of the watered down Euro trance thumpers she became famous for as a runway-styled Butoh cyborg character just a few years ago. And now, the girls and the gays alike seem to be bored with her.

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My pops crushing it in 1973.  (at Watermelon House)
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A new iteration of Climbing Gutters.

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