The Spider that Caught The Dragonfly 2 on Flickr.The Spider that Caught The Dragonfly

The Spider that Caught The Dragonfly 2 on Flickr.

The Spider that Caught The Dragonfly

0 notes, July 24, 2014

Cocaine Britain on Flickr.Cocaine Britain

Cocaine Britain on Flickr.

Cocaine Britain

0 notes, July 23, 2014

Every Thug Is A Lady: Adventures Without Gender by Julia Eff

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In stock soon! For for pre-order here! $4

We are in love with this one. Julia Eff’s 68 page Every Thug is a Lady begins with a co-opting of a Jay-Z quote: “I’ve got 99 problems but a gender ain’t one.” Julia’s zine deals with the concept of “neutrois,” in which an individual has no…

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richardswift:

"Flirty Seconds To Mars" has a no-photo policy unless you pay. But I gave Jerrett Leno "a blowie" and got to take this!!!!!! 🕐👽😍

richardswift:

"Flirty Seconds To Mars" has a no-photo policy unless you pay. But I gave Jerrett Leno "a blowie" and got to take this!!!!!! 🕐👽😍

Reblogged from richardswift, 5 notes, July 22, 2014

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Songs about storms

0 notes, July 18, 2014

  • Stretch - Why did you do it

…because it’s been a while.

There’s a classic rock-myth story behind this marvellous single.

Wikipedia -  

'The band was put together in 1974 to perform as Fleetwood Mac on a US tour because the existing Fleetwood Mac were not in a position to fulfil outstanding contractual obligations. However, Mick Fleetwood did not join the tour as planned, and later denied any knowledge or involvement, and partway through the tour it became obvious to audiences that there was no original member of Fleetwood Mac in the band, and the tour collapsed. 

'Stretch rose from the ashes of this debacle, and soon had a No. 16 hit single in November 1975 with “Why Did You Do It?”, the lyric of which was a direct attack on Mick Fleetwood for his failure to join the band on the ill-fated Fleetwood Mac tour. They followed this up with an album, titled Elastique.'

(Source: youtube.com)

2 notes, July 16, 2014

Ian Curtis of Joy Division was born this day 15th July 1956 (d. May 18 1980)

— Love will tear us apart again —

I recently finished his wife Debbie’s book about Ian, which is excellent. I guess this song was mainly about their relationship.

When routine bites hard,
And ambitions are low,
And resentment rides high,
But emotions won’t grow,
And we’re changing our ways, taking different roads.

Then love, love will tear us apart again.
Love, love will tear us apart again.

Why is the bedroom so cold?
You’ve turned away on your side.
Is my timing that flawed?
Our respect runs so dry.
Yet there’s still this appeal
That we’ve kept through our lives.

But love, love will tear us apart again.
Love, love will tear us apart again.

You cry out in your sleep,
All my failings exposed.
And there’s a taste in my mouth,
As desperation takes hold.
Just that something so good just can’t function no more.

But love, love will tear us apart again.

2 notes, July 15, 2014

The eerie Americana of photographer Ed Freeman

The eerie Americana of photographer Ed Freeman

0 notes, July 14, 2014

Butterfly House on Hiawatha Telephone Company

Martyn: in march i recorded and played on my friend jons record. its his second album released under the guise of ‘hiawatha telephone company’. we recorded it to tape over a weekend in my loft. the songs came out really well…

http://hiawathatelephone.bandcamp.com/album/passengers-greatest-hits

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