Sonic Youth could only afford cheap guitars, and cheap guitars sounded like cheap guitars. But with weird tunings or something jammed under a particular fret, those humble instruments could sound rather amazing – bang a drum stick on a cheap Japanese Stratocaster copy in the right tuning, crank the amplifier to within an inch of its life, and it will sound like church bells.
……………….—Michael Azerrad, Our Band Could Be Your Life, pg. 243
gin like half light,
may flies on the screens;
from up here
the turtles look like rocks, swimming.
who pushed whom?