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Another late-breaking Tumbling…

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Another late-breaking Tumbling…

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Whoops, forgot to Tumble (Tumbl?) this when it was initially published. Silly me.

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Whoops, forgot to Tumble (Tumbl?) this when it was initially published. Silly me.

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Another one of these came out nicely. How about that?

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Another one of these came out nicely. How about that?

New article I did for Esquire, peep it!

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I’ve always thought this statement to be the beginning of an interesting thought, but that Beefheart had failed to follow it to its logical endpoint. The “mama heartbeat”, after all, is exactly what makes good rock and roll powerful. Hypnosis, trance, Dionysian frenzy… call it what you will, but rock and roll’s hypnotic rhythms (or variations thereof, whether they’re found in gospel or in dubstep) are integral to a full and satisfying life, one that at least occasionally moves beyond intellectual claptrap into joyous, even transcendental, states. No wonder the guy gave up music.

Scott Asheton, drummer for The Stooges, left this world on Saturday, March 15, at the age of 64, the victim of an as-yet unspecified illness. He was, whether Beefheart appreciated it or not, the mama heartbeat of what I have long considered rock and roll’s apotheosis. Read more

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I’ve always thought this statement to be the beginning of an interesting thought, but that Beefheart had failed to follow it to its logical endpoint. The “mama heartbeat”, after all, is exactly what makes good rock and roll powerful. Hypnosis, trance, Dionysian frenzy… call it what you will, but rock and roll’s hypnotic rhythms (or variations thereof, whether they’re found in gospel or in dubstep) are integral to a full and satisfying life, one that at least occasionally moves beyond intellectual claptrap into joyous, even transcendental, states. No wonder the guy gave up music.

Scott Asheton, drummer for The Stooges, left this world on Saturday, March 15, at the age of 64, the victim of an as-yet unspecified illness. He was, whether Beefheart appreciated it or not, the mama heartbeat of what I have long considered rock and roll’s apotheosis. Read more

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R.I.P. Scott “Rock Action” Asheton, the drummer for the band that I will always consider the apotheosis of rock and roll music: THE STOOGES. The following is a comic I did back in 2007 about those feelings. It doesn’t mention Scott by name, and it’s not exactly the highlight of my cartooning career, but I felt like now was as good a time as any to dredge it up. Thanks, Rock Action.

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R.I.P. Scott “Rock Action” Asheton, the drummer for the band that I will always consider the apotheosis of rock and roll music: THE STOOGES. The following is a comic I did back in 2007 about those feelings. It doesn’t mention Scott by name, and it’s not exactly the highlight of my cartooning career, but I felt like now was as good a time as any to dredge it up. Thanks, Rock Action.

One of my biggest cartooning influences is on Tumblr, guys. Follow follow follow..

One of my biggest cartooning influences is on Tumblr, guys. Follow follow follow..

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#GeorgeHarrison #Darkhorse #wip #workinprogress #beatles #SecretZenGarden

#GeorgeHarrison #Darkhorse #wip #workinprogress #beatles #SecretZenGarden

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I did this illustration of Alan Watts. I like how it came out.

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I did this illustration of Alan Watts. I like how it came out.