This 1977 jam, “Teen Riot Structure,” was a last hoorah for T. Rex and Marc Bolan – sadly, a car crash in September of that year saw to that and took Bolan’s life. Bolan, an acoustic psychedelia god to many, had been flirting in the glam scene since his early days, playing with the likes of David Bowie and The Damned. Dandy in the Underworld, the album that carried this track, was one of T. Rex’s most successful, and thought to be a come back bid for the down-on-their-luck British troupe. Filled with funky rhythms and Bolan’s sassy brand of falsetto, this album continues to supply a great soundtrack to drive or dance to… or even make the occasional “I-have-nothing-to-wear-clothes-changing” montage.
Despite the fact that one in three women have abortions in their lifetime, the long-standing stigma surrounding the procedure still persists. Planned Parenthood Generation Action at Virginia Commonwealth University partnered with Richmond Reproductive Freedom Project to host an event in hopes to help change that. The Abortion Speak Out, which took place Thursday at Firehouse Theatre [...]