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Every year Mary Maralyn Muskstick Middle fires up Lismore for Mazstock, hosted this year at the Lismore Bowlo (or, if you want to be more formal, the Lismore City Bowling Club).

If you’re into the punk/rock scene in any way, shape or form, you really need to get there at least once in your life to experience the ensuing madness of it all.

Every act played their hearts out! Highlights included well, everyone: Sixfthick, Raygun Mortlock, Public Execution, Hell Crab City, Fat… Northern NSW’s finest, really.

Set of the night had to go to HITS, especially when they turned off all the lights to play a thundering version of Joy Division’s Shadowplay.

Rock is here to stay.

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acacia, nyc, 2013

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acacia, nyc, 2013
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NGC 6397 (Globular Cluster), Constellation: Ara, Distance: 7,500 light-years

(C) NASA/ESA

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NGC 6397 (Globular Cluster), Constellation: Ara, Distance: 7,500 light-years
(C) NASA/ESA

When Lucifer started growing dope in ol’ Salem, strange things started to happen. Witches returned from their graves, screaming for vengeance. The smoke would awaken the dead, turning their souls into long-haired freaks with no future. Very very soon, Easy Rider Records will be releasing this masterpiece of heavy spooky psych on vinyl in 3 very limited colors in a pressing of 250 copies.
For now listen to this until the records are on sale and in your grubby little hands.

A single 3D-printed burger currently costs over $300,000 to make
James Plafke, geek.com

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3D print­ing might be the wave of the future, or it might just end up a niche hobby that’s pret­ty cool but ulti­mate­ly too expen­sive and com­pli­cat­ed to ever take off …

A single 3D-printed burger currently costs over $300,000 to make
James Plafke, geek.com
News By Jan. 22, 2013 3:00 pm3D print­ing might be the wave of the future, or it might just end up a niche hobby that’s pret­ty cool but ulti­mate­ly too expen­sive and com­pli­cat­ed to ever take off …
"The world is moving so fast these days that the man who says it can’t be done is generally interrupted by someone doing it."
- Elbert Hubbard