In 1972, Velvet Underground alumni Lou Reed, John Cale and Nico reunited before the cameras of the POP2 TV program at Le Bataclan, a well-known—and very intimate—Paris venue.
Gregg Foreman’s radio program The Pharmacy is a music / talk show playing heavy soul, raw funk, 60′s psych, girl groups, Krautrock.
Italic Ode, Dom Sylvester Houédard (U.K., 1971) In 2014, ASCII art has been a familiar form of pictorial art for at least two decades, whereas typewriters are hardly ever used un-ironically, they have become the vintage terrrain of hipster collectors.
Meet 64-year-old Ayano Tsukimi from Nagoro—a small village in eastern Iya, Japan. Tsukimi passes her time by making life-size dolls in the likeness of the deceased from her village or of the people who have moved away.
“Sometimes pro football is like the Bermuda Triangle….
If ever you have wondered how often Earth is hit by an asteroid powerful enough to be measured like a nuclear blast, well, here’s your answer.
Hannibal Lecter’s second appearance on the screen was in 1991’s The Silence of the Lambs, the film that allegedly helped sales of chianti, fava beans and skin lotion.
Are we now so blasé with our privacy that we think it cool to have a lamp that eavesdrops on our conversations and Tweets random bon mots to the public?
Last year we posted about Andy Warhol’s interest in the Amiga computing platform, including his participation in an Amiga product launch event in 1985, at which a pixelated image ostensibly created by Warhol...
The Grateful Dead perform a delicate “Mountains of the Moon” and a rip-snortin’ “St. Stephen” from their 1969 Aoxomoxoa
Chlorine Candle Ever desperate for a candle that smells like chlorine, a rest stop toilet, toothpaste, armpits or a No.
Here’s tween middle school rockers “Casino” performing at their school’s talent show. They’re actually pretty good for such young guys.
Phil Spector Normally I’m pretty turned off by art depicting violent criminals, particularly when their crime garnered them some sort of sensational fame.
Phil Spector Normally I’m pretty turned off of art depicting violent criminals, particularly when their crime garnered them some sort of sensational fame.
If you have ever wondered what it’s like to fall overboard at sea and watch your crew mates glide off in the boat towards the horizon, then you may be interested in the interactive site Sortie en Mer, which highlights the importance of wearing...
Punk pioneer, transexual trailblazer and Stonewall Riots veteran, Jayne County is a national treasure.
It would appear the Beat writer William S. Burroughs had a dish named after him by the same chef who is said to have created the crepe suzette, Henri Charpentier.
The first clips from two Peter Sellers films which had been thought lost have been released ahead of their premiere at the Southend-on-Sea Film Festival on 1st May.
The Gen-Xers among you will surely remember Sassy
Everyone knows that one of the best things about jeans is that they conform to your body over time.