THIRD TIME’S THE CHARM: A DIGITAL Q&A WITH ACID PUNK PIONEER HELIOS CREED

By dixē.flatlin3

Pioneers of the Acid Punk movement Chrome emerged from San Francisco in the late-70s. Their fusion of bad sci-fi movies, noise, UFOs, and heavy rock laid the groundwork for a genre that would become known as Industrial music; however their obvious influence has been obscured by the passage of time.

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TO TWEET OR NOT TO TWEET, THAT IS THE QUESTION: WHETHER OR NOT TWITTER IS A GOOD ENVIRONMENT FOR YOU, YOUR ART, OR YOUR BRAND

By dixē.flatlin3

I consider myself to be somewhat of a Social Media pioneer. I started with Friendster, migrated to MySpace (MS), reluctantly made my way to Facebook (FB), and happily plowed headlong into Twitter. I was a proficient MySpacer, but had to step away as the site began to wane.

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GLYPH

By dixē.flatlin3
Drawing By Dolorosa De La Cruz

Theresa drove down the street noticing how nondescript and common the main streets of most American towns were. Some touted their Main Street as a source of pride and ingenuity, a throwback to better times, but mostly they were relics of Americana.

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FERAL

By dixē.flatlin3
Photo By Richard A. Meade

Johnny didn’t like it when they came in his face. Johnny didn’t like them at all, if he were to be honest. They don’t pay him for honesty, though. Exiting the warmth of the vehicles was the worst. Johnny made his way back to the bus stop where he worked.

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