Look My Way


"So the Bane show we played this Monday was amazing! We want to thank everyone who came out, especially those who traveled vast distances to be there, because of you the vibe the whole evening was electric…unfortunately our drummer Champ got shocked pretty good during our set when someone accidentally crashed into his kit, causing his symbol to crack him in the head. The end result being an emergency room visit, staples to the skull, and a hefty bill.We don’t want to ask for donations, we understand that shit happens, what we are going to do is post our remaining merch from the show, on http://foundation.bigcartel.com/ , and hope that everyone checks something out, and repost/shares this as much as possible.
Thanks again for your continued support and sacrifice on the dance floor, and on top of each other. Hardcore: Live it or leave it!” - From Foundation ATL Facebook page.


Help champ out!!

Losin’ it
What is it like being a female in the hardcore scene? It’s exhausting to constantly have your motives questioned. So much of hardcore is by men for men. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been physically pushed out of space, or how often I’ve been told what bands I can or cannot like because I’m female. The fact that anyone thinks they have a say in whether or not a woman has the right to be here is more infuriating than I can put into words. Women are involved in hardcore for the same reasons as every other human. Anyone who thinks women are here “for the wrong reasons” should take a step back and think about what men in hardcore are like. You don’t get into to hardcore because you’re a good looking, well-adjusted, and successful member of society. We’re all fucked up. You’re not a catch. Women are not flocking to hardcore shows to meet you. Or maybe that’s not you, maybe you are considerate and respectful. But your friends are shitheads. Call them out. Women have been a part of hardcore since day one. We’re here whether you like it or not. If you feel the need to disparage another person because their anatomy is different than yours, then you’re the one that doesn’t belong here. Every woman in hardcore deserves a gold medal for refusing to be pushed out by the bro mentality that hardcore should be safe from.

this isn’t the park you piece of shit
You didn’t love her. You just didn’t want to be alone. Or maybe, maybe she was good for your ego. Or maybe she made you feel better about your miserable life, but you didn’t love her, because you don’t destroy the person that you love.
Callie Torres - 'The Heart of the Matter' (via greys-anatomy-quotes)

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