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By Henry Rollins
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By Shea Serrano
By Nate "Igor" Smith
By Dan Weiss
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"I stepped away from that," Stallones says. "I am really into the shamanistic model of the artist, letting go of the self for a time." He didn't agree with the school's approach on everything, but he did enjoy the intensive, "Cambridge-esque," course of study, clearing at least one great work of classic literature a week. The religious upbringing, the rigorous arts schooling, and his idyllic domestic home life seemed to have created the perfect triangular springboard for Stallones, rocketing him, his imagination and his mustache into the outer realms of consciousness. "It's insane when you think about it — the music that I do," he says. "But it's just there. The music. I don't know what else to do. We're stoked. It's chill. "
Sun Araw plays a secret show at Landslide (see sunaraw.com) on June 11, at Woodsist Fest at the Echoplex on June 15 and at Synchronicity Space on June 17.
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