The Uncluded (Aesop Rock & Kimya Dawson) Hokey Fright Tour June 7 at the Wexner Center for the Arts Underground hip-hop artist Aesop Rock teams up with anti-folk icon Kimya Dawson (ex–Moldy Peaches) for their new band, the Uncluded. The band’s name, the Uncluded, is inspired by the book Imaginationally by Michael Bernard Loggins and means "to keep the things you don't appreciate out of your life.”
<b>Artists, filmmakers, Tumblr users and all around awesome folks are flipping the logic of homophobic arguments in hilarious and powerful ways.</b>
Test Kitchen's Favorite Fire-Cider Tonic
Fire cider is a tangy, sweet vinegar infused with vegetables, herbs, spices, and honey. A popular herbal folk remedy, it is used as an anti-inflammatory and digestion-stimulating tonic, and to boost natural health processes.
The East Village has been many things: punk rock, hardcore, gangster, folk, anti-folk, Nuyorican, experimental, beat, post-modern, Warholian. It even hit Broadway in Rent. Today, developers are trying to move in but locals are fighting to hold their ground in Alphabet City.
Album cover for anti-folk artist Gotham City Police departments first album "The Dead can not undead". The Album is available for free on Bandcamp: gothamcitypolicedepartment.ban… and also on Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/buyanaxe