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kayla barker
@kayla barker
01/05/10 08:42:27PM
7 posts

the spirituality of dreading (regardless of religion or lack of)


History and Religious Significance

i couldnt agree more. my dreads were by far the most spiritual thing ive ever done in my life. when i had to shave them i cried for hours. they impacted me in a way i thought nothing could.love & lightroxie
kayla barker
@kayla barker
01/13/10 12:48:05PM
7 posts

not fully dreaded...


Dreadlock Styles and Dread Styling

yea, the first song i heard by him was peace justice and anarchy. which hooked me INSTANTLY.Jcisazombie said:
Yeah, he's pretty bitchin. The first song I heard by him was "Global Economy". It really got me into him.

kayla barker said:
i LOVE ryan harvey!

Jcisazombie said:
do you like Ryan Harvey, Johnny Hobo and The Freight Trains or Mischief Brew.


kayla barker said:
for sure. i really dig riot folk and against me for the same reason.

Jcisazombie said:
Glad you dig it. =)

There are thousands of more bands like them out there. I really dig the music because they actually want to change things and are active in a lot of the things they write about. Like Food Not Bombs and helping homless people, rebuilding communities, and politics. They're not just playing music to play, they actually want people to act out and show the world for what it really is. So if you dig the whole idea of an anarchist society, I'd totally recommend looking up more bands like them. =)

kayla barker said:
thats pretty sick!

Jcisazombie said:
What kind of punk are you into? If you've never heard of them you should really check out Anti-Product(the USA anarcho/crust punk band not the UK rock glam one)

their lyrics are about anarchy, freedom, equality and woman rights. They're my favorite crust band, and it doesn't hurt that the singer, Taina, has a beast set of dreads, or did. They're not together anymore.


Here's a link to a song by them, incase you haven't heard of them.
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kayla barker said:
well, i had a dreadhawk. i LOVED it!! id rawked the hawk for a while, and it ended up dreading on its own at rainbow. im hippie, punker, anarchist. and to me the dreadhawk embodied that in a hair style. the hawk being the punk. the dreads bein the hippie, and i generally had anarchy sides shaved in the sides. it represented all aspects of myself into one hair style. which i absolutely loved. when i had to shave it off i said goodbye to each one of my dreads, and cried for hours.
peace justice & anarchy
roxie
kayla barker
@kayla barker
01/13/10 03:30:44AM
7 posts

not fully dreaded...


Dreadlock Styles and Dread Styling

i LOVE ryan harvey!Jcisazombie said:
do you like Ryan Harvey, Johnny Hobo and The Freight Trains or Mischief Brew.


kayla barker said:
for sure. i really dig riot folk and against me for the same reason.

Jcisazombie said:
Glad you dig it. =)

There are thousands of more bands like them out there. I really dig the music because they actually want to change things and are active in a lot of the things they write about. Like Food Not Bombs and helping homless people, rebuilding communities, and politics. They're not just playing music to play, they actually want people to act out and show the world for what it really is. So if you dig the whole idea of an anarchist society, I'd totally recommend looking up more bands like them. =)

kayla barker said:
thats pretty sick!

Jcisazombie said:
What kind of punk are you into? If you've never heard of them you should really check out Anti-Product(the USA anarcho/crust punk band not the UK rock glam one)

their lyrics are about anarchy, freedom, equality and woman rights. They're my favorite crust band, and it doesn't hurt that the singer, Taina, has a beast set of dreads, or did. They're not together anymore.


Here's a link to a song by them, incase you haven't heard of them.
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kayla barker said:
well, i had a dreadhawk. i LOVED it!! id rawked the hawk for a while, and it ended up dreading on its own at rainbow. im hippie, punker, anarchist. and to me the dreadhawk embodied that in a hair style. the hawk being the punk. the dreads bein the hippie, and i generally had anarchy sides shaved in the sides. it represented all aspects of myself into one hair style. which i absolutely loved. when i had to shave it off i said goodbye to each one of my dreads, and cried for hours.
peace justice & anarchy
roxie

updated by @kayla barker: 07/23/15 05:00:44PM
kayla barker
@kayla barker
01/12/10 04:00:42PM
7 posts

not fully dreaded...


Dreadlock Styles and Dread Styling

for sure. i really dig riot folk and against me for the same reason.Jcisazombie said:
Glad you dig it. =)

There are thousands of more bands like them out there. I really dig the music because they actually want to change things and are active in a lot of the things they write about. Like Food Not Bombs and helping homless people, rebuilding communities, and politics. They're not just playing music to play, they actually want people to act out and show the world for what it really is. So if you dig the whole idea of an anarchist society, I'd totally recommend looking up more bands like them. =)

kayla barker said:
thats pretty sick!

Jcisazombie said:
What kind of punk are you into? If you've never heard of them you should really check out Anti-Product(the USA anarcho/crust punk band not the UK rock glam one)

their lyrics are about anarchy, freedom, equality and woman rights. They're my favorite crust band, and it doesn't hurt that the singer, Taina, has a beast set of dreads, or did. They're not together anymore.


Here's a link to a song by them, incase you haven't heard of them.
" target="_blank">

kayla barker said:
well, i had a dreadhawk. i LOVED it!! id rawked the hawk for a while, and it ended up dreading on its own at rainbow. im hippie, punker, anarchist. and to me the dreadhawk embodied that in a hair style. the hawk being the punk. the dreads bein the hippie, and i generally had anarchy sides shaved in the sides. it represented all aspects of myself into one hair style. which i absolutely loved. when i had to shave it off i said goodbye to each one of my dreads, and cried for hours.
peace justice & anarchy
roxie
kayla barker
@kayla barker
01/12/10 02:27:35AM
7 posts

not fully dreaded...


Dreadlock Styles and Dread Styling

thats pretty sick!Jcisazombie said:
What kind of punk are you into? If you've never heard of them you should really check out Anti-Product(the USA anarcho/crust punk band not the UK rock glam one)

their lyrics are about anarchy, freedom, equality and woman rights. They're my favorite crust band, and it doesn't hurt that the singer, Taina, has a beast set of dreads, or did. They're not together anymore.


Here's a link to a song by them, incase you haven't heard of them.
" target="_blank">

kayla barker said:
well, i had a dreadhawk. i LOVED it!! id rawked the hawk for a while, and it ended up dreading on its own at rainbow. im hippie, punker, anarchist. and to me the dreadhawk embodied that in a hair style. the hawk being the punk. the dreads bein the hippie, and i generally had anarchy sides shaved in the sides. it represented all aspects of myself into one hair style. which i absolutely loved. when i had to shave it off i said goodbye to each one of my dreads, and cried for hours.
peace justice & anarchy
roxie
kayla barker
@kayla barker
01/12/10 01:24:11AM
7 posts

not fully dreaded...


Dreadlock Styles and Dread Styling

well, i had a dreadhawk. i LOVED it!! id rawked the hawk for a while, and it ended up dreading on its own at rainbow. im hippie, punker, anarchist. and to me the dreadhawk embodied that in a hair style. the hawk being the punk. the dreads bein the hippie, and i generally had anarchy sides shaved in the sides. it represented all aspects of myself into one hair style. which i absolutely loved. when i had to shave it off i said goodbye to each one of my dreads, and cried for hours.peace justice & anarchyroxie
kayla barker
@kayla barker
01/09/10 03:54:46PM
7 posts

makeshift dreadbeads


Dread Craft Show and Trade

i used bottle caps and lighter things for mine. i even used a couple pins that i took the pokey part out of and bent it around a dread. the coolest part about the caps is that i got them from all different people all across my travels last summer. so they all had a different story with different memories attatched to em :)