Justified & Ancient
Well, I feel ancient most of the time, and justified some of it, so in celebration of both, this Monday we are going to cheer in the joy that is the KLF, whose glory days were in the late ’80s. For those who need a quick KLF overview – they were a UK band born from Acid House, whom as well as releasing some leftfield music, also did a lot of pranks, such as burning a million quid and hanging dead cows off pylons off the M25. Their ironic and abstract take on the music scene was truly inspirational.
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- March 29, 2010 / 7:30 am