Carl Janes 
Member since Jul 21, 2010

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Born on a naval submarine in the Charleston harbor, moved with the fam to communist Yugoslavia at the age of 5 to learn soccer in… More »

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Re: “How humble Summerville became a Mecca of punk, metal, and hardcore in the early '00s

'All Books' was an absolute mind-blower, I couldn't believe the owners let it happen. I caught the very tail end of it, but the little dose I got opened up so much. Many friendships came from it and a most important moment hanging out with Andrew Barranca in the parking lot after a 'Puke Attack' performance and talking about making a film together.

Thanks to all involved!

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Posted by Carl Janes on April 1, 2015 at 10:26 AM

Re: “Carl Janes travels the country looking for 'shroom-worthy artwork

Jeez… litebriteisdead2, just found your comment.

My lite-brite works were original works that I did because they were fun. I had the idea to screw a bunch of them together while I was doodling on an etch-a-sketch. I did 3 pieces and then I was done with them years ago. I didn't know anything about Lori Kanary, but have since seen several people's explorations in lite-brite as a medium, the piece you cite perhaps being the least inspired. By the way, just because someone has used a medium for art doesn't mean the medium can't continue to be explored… like paint for example.

If you are interested in knowing more about my continued work please visit

http://www.FUTUREANCESTORS.net

Quit hatin', you'll feel better,

c a r l

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Posted by Carl Janes on April 23, 2014 at 5:59 PM

Re: “Contemporary artist Scott Debus packs his bags for Austin

Bon Voyage Scott! The Kulture Klash's were an incredible platform and doorway for me and I miss them. Have fun layin down the law in Texas...

c a r l j a n e s

Posted by Carl Janes on July 19, 2012 at 4:43 PM

Re: “Graham Whorley gets amped on new album

Way to go Graham, it was great catching you at Loggerhead's that night. A total treat for a semi-estranged Folly-ite...

Seeing that show took me back and made me feel that all is still well amidst so much change,

c a r l

Posted by Carl Janes on July 21, 2010 at 11:03 AM
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