Whatever you think of the music...* this Yoko Ono quote makes perfect (fabric) sense.
“I come from the Asian tradition of making music with anything, almost like a warrior,” Ms. Ono said during a recent interview at her home at the Dakota, the red-brick redoubt on Manhattan’s Upper West Side where she has lived since the early 1970s. She nibbled a celery stick, sipped tea and offered a parable that reflected her approach to music. Recalling the tale of “a very famous Japanese warrior” who once welcomed a visitor, she said: “This guest asked, ‘How do you make music?’ There was a pan, which was sitting right in the middle of the irori [sunken hearth], and the warrior just took that and said, ‘This is my music.’ I thought that was beautiful.”
"The president of one of America’s largest anti-government armed militia groups, the Oath Keepers, called on members last week to take part in undercover poll-watching under the moniker of Operation Sabot 2016. In a bizarre set of instructions to the group’s reported 30,000 members “That may mean wearing a Bob Marley, pot leaf, tie-die [sic] peace symbol, or ‘Che’ Guevara T-Shirt, etc,” Rhodes, who declined to be interviewed,wrote in an online callout to members."