Thursday, 9 December 2010

MASTUBATORY HALLUCINATIONS


What a surprise that this is amazing? Holy Other - changing music for those who care.

Wednesday, 24 November 2010

THE BEST

NICK JENSEN


In my opinion, I don't think that the Americans have much to worry about, but it still makes me want a pair of Lakais. So, it worked!

Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Monday, 22 November 2010

Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Tuesday, 9 November 2010

Thursday, 28 October 2010

MORE 4U



Changed my mind, I wanted to post this one more. Ah well, now you got both. The flow on the second MC is ridiculous.

OLD SKOOL FLEX



Can't stop listening to this channel the last couple of days. This tune has totally ripped off B.I.B.L.E., but it's still pretty sick. Plenty more where that came from, I can tell ya.

Thursday, 21 October 2010

B I N D E R P E R F E C T

Just scanning through Alexander Binder's blog is always mind-bogglingly amazing, but today I found this interview type thing he did a while ago where he is discussing one of his favourite artists Theodor Kittelsen that made me adore him a bit harder.

Hello, I would like to talk about #1 from Paul Paper on Vimeo.

The reason it made me love him longer is that I had been meaning to do a post of this guy as well, having been totally ended by his work in the Norwegian National Gallery on a recent trip to Oslo. The paintings that I saw there were a series that he put together, which were set alongside each other and seemed to give a slide show of a dark fairy tale. If you haven't seen his work already then you should definitely check him out.

I really like the picture that Alexander chose, but I thought I would post a couple of others that are my particular favourites. The second one I bought a postcard of.



THIS IS HOW MY BRAIN FEELS

Wednesday, 20 October 2010

WINTER IS HERE!



G E T T H E S H R E D S T I C K S O U T

Tuesday, 19 October 2010

Where did this come from?!

Fixers - Amsterdam from fixers on Vimeo.



Shame the other song on their spazz sounds like a blatant rip off of Anal Collective.

Friday, 15 October 2010


It’s cool when a band takes a bit more time about doing their thing. A bit more pride in their appearance.Like the old dog, who has learned some new tricks.

Art-infused Lo Light’s MySpace looks like someone smashed mid-90s Angelina Jolie all over a quadratic equation. It’s a total contrast from the, occasionally (wait for it), blissed-out synths, and adds an unexpected eeriness to their overall sound. There's a strong feeling that the visual is just as important as all the other elements that inform their glitchagram of noise. A damn site more interesting than looking at all those long exposure, warm-washed colour photograph-toting doppelgangers that seem to think that you have to have that shit on your page in order to get people to turn up to your gig. These are a couple of my favourite images that they have posted. Oh yeah, their music is also very good, and with upbeat catchy song titles such as “Piece By Piece Into The Ants Nest I Go”, they’ve got all the bases covered.

Thursday, 14 October 2010

Tuesday, 12 October 2010



W T F

This gets a bit boring towards the end, but the first trick alone is worth a post. Rinser.

Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Thursday, 23 September 2010

T H E R E I S H O P E



One the best things I've ever read on a Thursday afternoon.

Sunday, 19 September 2010



peel island

Friday, 17 September 2010

Monday, 13 September 2010

Thursday, 9 September 2010

Monday, 6 September 2010

Friday, 3 September 2010

Sunday, 29 August 2010

B E S T N A M E E V E R

These guys name is always the first one on my lips whenever I talk to people about amazing names for bands. They are also extremely good.


p.s. they also do a pretty rad rendition of GG Alin's parents' favourite 'Bite It, You Scum'. YES.

Saturday, 28 August 2010

Friday, 27 August 2010

This is what a magazine should look like. Period.



U P Y O U R S

Wednesday, 18 August 2010

H E A R T H E A R T H E A R T


Sawed this guy's exhibition months ago and totally forgot about him till now. Rad to the power of insane.

Monday, 16 August 2010

V O N D E L P A R K - W H E R E - I S - Y O U R - B L O G ?


Vondelpark - california analog dream xxx from Hurley on Vimeo.

Friday, 13 August 2010

Tuesday, 10 August 2010

The Old Old and Cool


I have no idea what this project was meant to be when it started out (I mean, I could guess from the title that it might have something to do with when a lad meets a lass), but I am seriously into it.
This blog was found when I was looking up Robert Frank's pictures. I'm not one for classic photography usually (I think I bought a poster of that Silver guys work in the fresher's week of University, but no one can be blamed for their convoluted choices in Uni, can they?), as I find it a bit too shiny, a bit too staged. This collection though looks a little more playful and a bit weird. Like this one below - half Hitchcock still, half parody of Paranormal Activity scene. So good. You should go check it out. If you want.

MIX


This is my friend Ed. He is a good guy.

His interests include photographs, Levi's Jeans, acquiring and displaying a variety of tat, scotch eggs and, anything and everything retarded that you can possibly imagine.

He is currently unemployed and spending a lot of time in our kitchen listening to music and looking at friends of friends pictures on Facebook.

He made a mix the other day. It's called Mogadon Disco. It's pretty good.

Monday, 9 August 2010

Thursday, 29 July 2010

H E A D S U P




Just listening to NO AGE's new album

You're going to be impressed!

Monday, 19 July 2010

Wednesday, 7 July 2010

Grow up



More blogtasticnessy! This blog will get your face smiling, your mouse scrolling, your taste buds tingling, and your travelling boots calling. Seriously interesting to see a talented couple of photographers take on life in Japan.

So much photography that you see at the moment adorning the pages of all of your favourite hipster rags is either straight out of LA / Lower east side or at a "amazingly fun party" in a cave below a secret warehouse in east london - nice to see something from a completely different region of the world. There's some really heartfelt stuff here, I'm sure you'll agree.

I hate catsssssss

iF you ever want to buy a rad book



Photographers I like Vol: I don't know what


Say no to boring photographs! Giasco Bertolli goes on weird missions all over the place, snapping away like a over amourous alligator as he wanders. To be fair, I'm not bowled over by a lot of his other photos - they're the kind of photoraphs that would send a clipboard-toting-photography-teacher into box-ticking-overdrive, but leave you with kind of empty feeling (well, they do me anyway) - but both his tennis court and swimming pool projects are off the chain!

There's something about taking pictures of stuff that anyone who lives nearby would totally walk passed and not look twice at that gets me so stoked. Lots of clean lines, angular shapes and symmetry. Yum. These two are a couple of my favourites from the projects.

hIP hOP



Found these t - shirts a couple of weeks back.

Band t shirts are for pussies anyhow...

Tuesday, 22 June 2010

The Laziest poster




This site is great place to draw inspiration from. They post up a bunch of different artists, photographs and creatives to make the common man explode with jealousy on his way to Sainsbury's to buy a baked potato. Can't really think of too much else to say...look at it it's good?

p.s. I thought t h i s was a really interesting idea.

Paper Space Ship





made me do m e g a l o l z in parts. Really well written. And he's not even 21 yet. Cunt.

M O R G A N



aGAiN WITH THE LATENESS! Morgan Blair has been setting the underground Brooklyn art scene alight for some time it would seem, yet my knowledge of her was only realised just recently - I had seen the standout front cover of Small Black's EP a while back, but a severe bout of malaise must have taken hold and I explored no further. Ashamedly I now make it known how much I love her work. I'm usually not so into anything that could possibly be mistaken for dayglo, and I am certainly not into that twee oriental graphic shit you see on t shirts being sold in Camden market, but this seems to hit the nail right on the head for some reason.



I particularly like the installation-y stuff that shit did at someone's house in NYC. Psychedelic murals in your house = YES! Anyways, she's a real hooked up lady and you can find a million interesting links from her site/blog that will send you cascading down the social media rabbit hole. So check it out.




Monday, 21 June 2010

Smoke Bath







I adore everything I have seen Peter Sutherland do. His style is so gritty, yet he seems to find beauty in the most unlikely of places. The shoot he did not long ago for Vice, where he went to some wasteland in bum-fucked-America to take shots of the communities that were still lasting it out there was incredible, and the portfolio of his work still blows my mind whenever I look at it.

This post was actually going to be a pretty slating review of the latest project that I had seen him put his name to, but on further inspection I reckon it's pretty goddamn rad! Perhaps it's the jealousy that I've not got to go on a trip like that, or that I can't take pictures that good...either way, I'm sorry. Check out the SMOKE BATH.

Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Wednesday, 19 May 2010