The Fall Issue of the Subbacultcha quarterly magazine is out now
Name: Marlotte Nugteren
Age: Woke up feeling 34 today
Show: Molly Nilsson
Member since: 2013 I think
Day Job: Paint, walk the dog, make music
Dream Job: Slowly realizing I’m living the dream
How was the show last night?
What went down? Give us your best new story (made last night).
It’s been an adventurous and hectic ride. I won’t go into too many details but it all started with me locking me and my friend out of the house I was staying the night, long after the show. We were homeless and biking around the city for some time, stopping to drink beers on benches while considering taking trains to different cities, but ended up calling a friend who was at a bar and biked home with him after some more beers. My chain fell off several times, my friend fell off her bike and woke up with a bad-ass black eye after I DJed us to sleep early in the morning.
How’s your head?
Full of questions.
What time did you get home?
I never got home unfortunately… It’s still a problem, I’m not sure what to do.
It’s been an adventurous and hectic ride. I won’t go into too many details but it all started with me locking me and my friend out of the house I was staying the night, long after the show.
What’s the best music to wake up to?
I’ve been really into spoken word lately, I made a playlist I like to listen to in the morning. One of my favorite songs is today’s soundtrack. Besides spoken word I like to wake up to Deux Filles, Blaze Foley, Rowland S. Howard, The Men, A.C. Marias and the song ‘Turn Of The Century’ by BEAT RHYTHM FASHION, it has been on repeat every morning for a week now.
What does today look like?
It either has the shape of a question mark or a single balloon in a infinite sky with clouds.
The Fugs – Greenwich Village Of My Dreams
What Subbacultcha show are you looking forward to next?
Can I tell? Got some inside information last night about what’s coming up, I promise it’s going to be good! Also looking forward to see Sun Araw.
Got any advice for the people?
Ride the wave.
Anything else good to share?
‘Ignatius himself was dressed comfortably and sensibly. The hunting cap prevented head colds. The voluminous tweed trousers were durable and permitted unusually free locomotion. Their pleats and nooks contained pockets of warm, stale air that soothed Ignatius. The plaid flannel shirt made a jacket unnecessary while the muffler guarded exposed Reilly skin between earflap and collar. The outfit was acceptable by any theological and geometrical standards, however abstruse, and suggested a rich inner life.’ (Started reading A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole and thought I should share, reading books on days like this is good).
Want to let us in on your ‘woke up like this’ situation after a Subbacultcha show? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to talk about last night.