Bangladesh is a safe country to travel to if you use common sense to stay out of potentially dangerous situations like strikes, and show respect for the culture by dressing modestly.
In this post we talk Theta waves, dancing madly, and touch on some of the less-savory Tool fans deserving of HWAP badges.
Part 2 of this half-travelogue, half-ethnographic journal is not a post about posters, but it promises one.
In this post, Julia tells us about her first day and night on the road, hitting MJK’s Merkin Osteria en route to the Phoenix show.
Today I am going to tell you a little bit about this project, what exactly this project is, and what these Vagabond write-ups are and are not, so that you can know what to expect. Then, I’ll share just how we got started on it.
Hello Fellow Vagabonds! Are you ready to rock? 🤟 My name is Julia, and I am an insufferable Tool fan. (“Hiii Julia!”). I am an anthropologist ethnographer joining Vagabond Journey while I follow the rock band Tool for a number of shows on their current, quickly selling-out Fear Inoculum tour, doing an ethnographic study of […]