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research interests: music, art


pizzzatime:

red-lipstick: Ken Price (1935-2012, USA) - Taos Talking Pictures,2000     Drawings: Ink, Acrylics

pizzzatime:

red-lipstickKen Price (1935-2012, USA) - Taos Talking Pictures,2000     Drawings: Ink, Acrylics

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a regular at my shop, what’s up leigh

a regular at my shop, what’s up leigh

(Source: cultoftrash)

team betty

team betty

(Source: poptates)

(Source: shaneaveli)

annanasty:

olivianeutron-john:

"RAW, GLITTERING, PSYCHEDELIC … OLIVIA NEUTRON-JOHN, is a NON-BINARY, POST-BRO one person music/dance declaration of war on the accepted and the expected.

The OLIVIA NEUTRON-JOHN LP won’t be seen in any record stores. They won’t know where to put it. There isn’t any card, section, genre, that can contain it.

The grooves barely fit on the album even … this is a record unlike any other.
In an era when groups are formalistic recitations of previous groups, loathe to show any personality, innovation, or opinion – for fear of jeopardizing a future career in sales or politics – OLIVIA NEUTRON-JOHN is a vital bolt from the blue, a radical arrival which signals something outside of noise, punk, disco, pop …

Appearing fully formed, without a note or groove out of place, the O N-J record is a total statement; something brand new, a strike against complacency, a challenge thrown at the content-less stagnation of modern indie, garage, and whatever other tiresome genre exercises are being paraded around at the corporate festivals.

Combining two cassette only releases by O N-J, (INJURY TRAIN AND I’M NEVER GETTING OFF IT & VULNERABILITY), O N-J’s debut vinyl album captures the intensity of the same live performance that’s transfixing audiences coast to coast. OLIVIA NEUTRON-JOHN is ANNA NASTY (CHAIN & THE GANG, VEGETABLE) on keyboards, voice, saxophone … joined on the LP by MISHA POLESHCHUK (NO BABIES) on saxophone for this chunk of pure Casio crystal.” -Ian Svenonius

AVAILABLE ONLINE NOW (HERE)! LIMITED TO 200 WITH ONLY ~30 COPIES LEFT AT THE GILGONGO HQ - ORDER NOW BEFORE THEY’RE GONE!

out now! 10 left!!

9 left now, ooOps

somenewromantic:

New Order

somenewromantic:

New Order

pacifyher:

sole-search:

pacifyher:

historicaltimes:

Downtown Manhattan with World Trade Center towers, seen from “lover’s lane” in New Jersey, 1983 by Thomas Hoepker.

jersey city

Why jersey city look like a post apocalyptic parking lot

because thats what it was (and mostly still is) before the real estate boom

I’m from a post apocalyptic parking lot

pacifyher:

sole-search:

pacifyher:

historicaltimes:

Downtown Manhattan with World Trade Center towers, seen from “lover’s lane” in New Jersey, 1983 by Thomas Hoepker.

jersey city

Why jersey city look like a post apocalyptic parking lot

because thats what it was (and mostly still is) before the real estate boom

I’m from a post apocalyptic parking lot

B)

B)

Anonymous asks: favorite albums of 2014 so far?

I haven’t been good at keeping up with new releases since high school. These are albums that will remind me of 2014 for the rest of my life:

Beyoncé, “Beyoncé” (2013)

Taylor Swift, “Red” (2012)

Braid, “No Coast” (2014)

Radiator Hospital “Torch Song” (2014)

Ovlov, “Am” (2013)

Blood Orange, “Cupid Deluxe” (2013)

Allison Crutchfield, “Lean In To It” (2014)

Olivia Neutron John, “(Vulnerability)” (2014)

Joyce Manor, “Never Hungover Again” (2014)

Angel Olsen, “Burn Your Fire for No Witness (2014)

Bedfellows, “World Apart” (2013) 

All Dogs, “Split tape w/Slouch” + 7” (2013)

Downtown Boys, 7” (2014)

Great Thunder, “Groovy Kinda Love” (2014)

Jessy Lanza, “Pull My Hair Back” (2013)

Big Star “#1 Record” (1972)

Cocteau Twins, “Heaven or Las Vegas” (1990)

Goo Goo Dolls, “Hold Me Up” (1990)

I stopped giving a fuck about punk and I have never been happier.