Episode 7: Teenagers

by This Land

06/10/2014

This week, we meet a rock star on our paper route.

Fareedah Shayeb is ecstatic, like, that would be so amazing to represent my school like that, like, I love this school so much. Ron Padgett is not a hipster, though his ideas might be hipster-like in nature. John Brainard remembers his brother, Joe. Matt O’Meilia’s mom would kill him if he took that brownie. And Skating Polly makes a punk song about rainbows.

More in This Land:
“The White Dove Review” by Joshua Kline
“Leon’s Lair” by Matt O’Meilia
“White Dove Drive-Bys with Lee Roy Chapman”
“Driveway” by Ron Padgett
“Autobiography” by Joe Brainard
“The World is Yours: A Portrait of Joe Brainard” by Holly Wall
“She was the Punk of My Life” by Joshua Kline
“The Making of Miss Hornet” by John Waldron

Music:
“We’re Going to be Friends” by The White Stripes
“That Teenage Feeling” by Neko Case
“Oxygen Garden” by Chris Zabriskie
“Candlepower” by Chris Zabriskie
“Over and Under” by Antiphon
“Boulevard St. Germain” by Jahzzar
“Last Dance” by Jahzzar
“noir guitar” by Stevie’s Amp Shack
“PadRain” by Glass Boy + Courtenay Moon
“Intro” by Skating Polly
“Rainbows” by Skating Polly
“Don’t” by Skating Polly
“Lost Wonderfuls” by Skating Polly
“Kick” by Skating Polly