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Can’s mind-boggling 1972 ‘Free Concert’


  I’ve seldom seen concert footage that was as inherently interesting as this 51-minute documentation of Can’s legendary “Free Concert,” recorded in Cologne’s Sporthalle on February 3, 1972.

Marxism: Highlights from Groucho’s FBI file


  The other day I was refreshing my memory on Groucho’s LSD escapade with Paul Krassner, when it occurred to me that it might be beneficial to see if the FBI ever had a...

The voyeuristic photography of Miroslav Tichý


  Some time ago I read an article in a Sunday supplement magazine about a street photographer in Czechoslovakia who wandered around his hometown of Kyjov taking pictures with a homemade camera.

TSA says A-OK to mummified heads as carry-on luggage


  If you’re traveling with a mummified head and you’re curious as to whether or not the TSA will allow you to bring it as carry-on, don’t fret!

‘I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll’: Joan Jett & the Blackhearts killing it live back in 1981


The queen of zero fucks, Joan Jett.   Rock and roll queen Joan Jett was only 23-years-old when she tore up the stage with the Blackhearts for New York radio station WLIR’s “Party in the Park.” And as you might imagine Jett’s set was the real deal—full of feedback, cans...

‘I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll’: Joan Jett & the Blackheart killing it live back in 1981


The queen of zero fucks, Joan Jett.   Rock and roll queen Joan Jett was only 23-years-old when she tore up the stage with the Blackhearts for New York radio station WLIR’s “Party in the Park.” And as you might imagine Jett’s set was the real deal—full of feedback, cans...

Massive trove of over 300 boomboxes for sale—only $14,000


  Boomboxes are kind of an of-a-certain-age thing, but if you were sentient in between the mid ‘70s and early ’90s, they were as common as stereo consoles and component systems.

A whole bunch of Dischord albums are now available on Bandcamp


  The Washington, D.C., record label Dischord, co-owned by Jeff Nelson and Fugazi’s Ian MacKaye, is routinely held up as the shining example of an independent record company that maintains its integrity in the face of unrelenting corporate pressures.

The erotic, macabre art of Virgil Finlay, favorite illustrator of H.P. Lovecraft


Finlay’s cover for the May 1952 issue of Weird Tales Master of exquisitely detailed images that often combined the sexual and the scary,

Lord of the Strings: Guitar wizard Harvey Thomas and his Infernal Music Machines


  Thanks to Timothy L. Olsen for this wonderful remembrance of guitar-making legend Harvey Thomas. Remember what the term “Japanese guitar” used to mean, back when Beatniks roamed the earth and Elvis was still kinda nasty?

Take the money and run: Photos of the real life Bonnie & Clyde


Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow.

Woman transforms herself into Ron ‘F*cking’ Swanson

A photo posted by Katelyn Galloway (@kikigmakeup) on Jul 25, 2016 at 8:10am PDT ...

Sucking on a ding-dong (for twelve minutes): The blowjob edit of ‘Sister Ray’


  This twelve-and-a-half minute edit of the Velvet Underground’s classic “Sister Ray” distills the entirety of that song to one of its more memorable lines: “Too busy sucking on a ding dong/She’s busy sucking on my ding dong.” The seventeen...

Man named Hemingway wins Florida Hemingway look-alike contest


These guys are kicking it the Hemingway… A man by the name of Dave Hemingway has won the “Papa” Hemingway Look-Alike Contest.

A Covers Album: Front covers of New York Rocker, 1976-1982


  The New York Rocker was a punk/new wave magazine founded by Alan Betrock in February 1976. It was produced by a dedicated, tight-knit group of young men and women—a “remarkable breed” of contributors—who had a passion for music that...

Pulp fiction painter: The suggestive and sexy art of Paul Rader


    Pulp fiction cover art is sexy. The whole point of it is to entice you to pick up a random novel called Tall, Blonde and Evil that you probably would ignore unless there was a tall evil-looking blonde staring back at you suggestively.

King of Gonzo: Portraits of Hunter S. Thompson by Ralph Steadman


A portrait of Hunter S. Thompson by Ralph Steadman.   Artist Ralph Steadman remained tight with his friend and muse Hunter S.

The psychedelic optical illusions of Victor Vasarely


  Hungarian-French artist Victor Vasarely is considered to be the father of the Op Art movement, a style known for creating optical illusions—often extremely psychedelic ones—from extremely precise repeating patterns, interlocking shapes and vivid yet strictly defined color palettes.

A collection of wonderful vintage portable record players


  I’m digging this nice visual collection of vintage portable record players amassed by Japanese turntable enthusiast, Fumihito Taguchi.

Edvard Munch’s ‘The Scream’ is now a poseable action figure


  Figma, who manufactures articulated action figures, unveiled their new Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” figure.


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