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Dreams Were Made for Mortals II
This Sunday

Karlynn Holland has made good on her promise to make Dreams Were Made For Mortals into an ongoing series of group shows, and Dreams Were Made For Mortals II is happening this Sunday, September 25th, at St. Vitus Bar in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Holland is curating this one-day-only group show, inspired by and named after the track “Living Backwards,” from St. Vitus’ fifth album, V, and it will be hosted by David Castillo and Samantha Marble. For those of you who didn’t make it to the first of the series, make sure you head out to this show, because the first one looked like an epic time, and this one features some awesome artists, like Dilek Baykara, Karlynn & Sam themselves, and a bunch of other rad people. This is your chance to support some seriously creative people, who create to stay sane, and not to be some celebrity artist douchebag. There also promises to be rad music and cheap beers. Despite the 80 degree weather and incessant sunshine over here, I envy you New Yorkers who have the chance to be a part of something magical. Do my Cali ass a favor and head over to St. Vitus Bar, 1120 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11222, this weekend…

Dreams, frequently, are broadcast across neural pathways in vibrant color. They are so vivid, the dreams feel more real than waking life. It haunts me. Life feels like the dream, a series of passing moments. As I rise from paralysis, they evaporate from memory. How could something so real fade so quickly? I often find myself asking this question. Explore the dawn hours of your fervent mind with work that exposes our perishable nature and echoes human frailness so often deified by gods of rock and roll.

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