Night Tide A Lovecraftian poster for an odd 1960s mermaid thriller starring Dennis Hopper with a freaky cameo appearance by Marjorie Cameron, the bohemian witch of Los Angeles.
A Burroughsian post for you all on the 102nd anniversary of William S. Burroughs’ birth… “A Different Kind of Tension,” the antepenultimate song on the Buzzcocks’
Advertising is supposed to be a creative endeavor for creative people. People who are so creative that they’re actually called “Creatives” professionally.
Never trust management. Never trust your PR firm. Never trust admen. Never trust anyone who says they can manage you, promote you, your band, your career, or anything else they’ll swear they can do for you out the love they have for your talents.
For nearly 50 years, Johnima and Kalassu Wintergate have been the husband and wife team behind the rock band Lightstorm.
In 1997 The South Bank Show produced an hour-long documentary on Björk, who of course was right in the middle of an impressive run during which she established herself as a global pop star and icon of the first order.
I never saw myself writing “badass” and “cat” in the same sentence, but these are some seriously cool cat motorcycle helmets straight out of Russia.
Daryl Gates on the mike at KFI-AM There was a note of delight in arch-psychonaut Terence McKenna’s voice as he read out this question from the audience after a 1993 talk at UC Santa Cruz:
The Young Ones I’m not huge fan of LEGO, but every once in awhile I do come across some LEGO minifigures that make me smile.
Martin Sharp was an incredibly important figure in the development of the psychedelic aesthetic in the 1960s.
Siouxsie & The Banshees, 1980 On September 13th and 14th, 1980, the second installment of “The Futurama Festival” was held in Leeds, a city in the English county of Yorkshire.
Brendan Chilcutt is, like many Dangerous Minds readers surely are, a collector of cultural ephemera.
On April 27, 1986, on what was the fourth episode ever of MTV’s 120 Minutes, the first video was Lou Reed’s “
In 1953, Bettie Page posed for a guide to striptease entitled “This is as far as you can go,” in the Christmas issue of Carnival magazine.
The Avengers. Photo by James Stark. Photographer James Stark got his start shooting photos for the band Crime in 1976 and thereafter began documenting the early punk scene in San Francisco.
Haven’t we all done this one time or another? I just wish I knew what these two guys were talking about.
British filmmaker Charlie Lyne, maker of 2014’s Beyond Clueless, is...
On November 20, 1974, the city of Vancouver held its civic election, which included the heart-palpitating race for alderman as well as positions on the parks board and the school board.
Although I can easily think of better circumstances for its recent unveiling, at long last a much bootlegged (audio only) and highly emotional performance by David Bowie of John Lennon’s “imagine” on December 8th, 1983—the third anniversary of the Beatle’s murder—at the Hong Kong Coliseum has surfaced on YouTube.
“How do you say “Ron Jeremy” in Latin?” An arachnid encased in amber was found in a rather, er, comprising position to say the least.