Setlist : The Must Have Essential Boots For Fall 2017

Boots are the trendiest item that never seems to go off trend, traverse south, or subside. It’s like they’re literally culturally allergic to the valleys that all “it” items eventually tumble down. Maybe it’s because they’re hyper masculine, versatile without attempting to be a Swiss Army Knife, and are the one item, save leather jackets that ride the line between rugged and sleek, aggressive and polished. Having said all that, here are some of the must have essentials for Autumn, the ideal season for boots. Boots are so autumn, they should all come with a pumpkin spice beer, candied apple, Hot Toddy, and NFL Red Zone. Sadly these don’t, but they’re stellar enough to not need the Happy Meal treatment. But feel free to rock them en route to getting your own craft Pumpkin Spice Beer. As far as a pumpkin spice fall beer goes – I recommend the “Roadsmary’s…

Trap Goth Is A Thing Now. Here’s The Look.

There’s an old sociology theory that state’s “Subcultures create subcultures.” It goes on to say that progressive movements have, by nature, many more tributaries than their mainstream counterparts, and therefore the progressive progress faster. Nothing exemplifies this more than Goth. If you ask a “Goth” what it means to be Goth, you’ll get a wide array of answers. It’s a lifestyle, a fashion sense, a mental state, all of the above, or something far more specific. The answers run the gamut. And Goth, maybe even more so than other subcultures, has a great many subcultures and sets within itself. There’s the classic Victorian Goth, which is best embodied by the wardrobe in most Tim Burton films. In the 90’s Goth was synonymous with anti-culture heroes like Marilyn Manson, Trent Reznor, and, to a lesser extent any band that opened for Manson, Nine Inch Nails, or was nu-metal industrial. More recently,…