Typical girls? Everyone has something—that ONE THING—from their youth that they wish they had kept and still had today.
It’s a fair bet that a large part of many (most?) record collections includes a good percentage of covers by the legendary London-based graphic designers Hipgnosis.
David Bowie and Catherine Deneuve in ‘The Hunger’ Before the advent of photography as a widespread practice available to common citizens, it was not unusual to take casts of the faces of prominent personages in the moments after death.
The lord and savior, Tom Waits, striking a Christ-like pose on a shower curtain by artist Hilan Can. The bible held by Waits contains lyrics from the musician’s 2004 single, “Dead and Lovely” Sometimes one is fortunate enough...
Here’s a drink ticket—enjoy the post! “If you’ve been standing here for more than ten minutes you’re not coming in” announces Richard Boch in a stern but cute, almost teenaged stoner way.
When you ponder improbable destinies for high school chemistry teachers, it’s likely that almost everyone reading this would instantly think of Walter White, who went from being a lowly chemistry teacher to a major drug kingpin in the U.S.
Anders Petersen was eighteen when he traveled from his home in Sweden to Hamburg’s red light district the Reeperbahn.
A painting by artist Matthew Bone in the Krofft Super Art Show. I’m pretty sure that most of our readers over the age of 40 are familiar with the work of Sid & Marty Krofft.
Actors and real-life BFFs, the late Rik Mayall and Adrian “Ade” Edmondson from their other television show, ‘Bottom.’ If you love Dangerous Minds, then it’s a safe bet that you are also fans of the much loved UK cult-comedy, The Young Ones.
“Fuck Off” socks. Get them here. While I’m a huge fan of the word “fuck,” it’s not always as easy to slip it into conversation as I’d like it to be.
Okay, I’ll admit it. Everything I know about CB Radio comes from that episode of Family Guy where Peter Griffin sat naked in his basement talking dirty to truckers on the freeway.
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The Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) conference took place last week in the Docklands in eastern London, and the event featured a creepy, unauthorized cameo by an unexpected star from the world of music.
In December 2015, the Smithsonian Institution began an ambitious crowdsourced history of rock ’n’ roll photography, calling on music fans to contribute their amateur and pro photos, launching the web site rockandroll.si.edu as a one-stop for accepting and displaying shooters’ submissions.
A confrontational sculpture by D.C.-based artist, Joseph Barbaccia. While I hate to call a gun a “household item” it’s accurate.
Tokyo-based photographer Lee Chapman has been documenting life in Japan for almost two decades. Originally from England, Chapman went to Japan on a one-year work contract to teach English at a language school.
Austin Osman Spare was an outsider artist, an occultist, a writer, a philosopher of sorts, and a clarinet player in a jazz band called the Bulldog Breed.
Kids today just don’t know what they’re missing. Yesterday I called up my local cable company in hopes of setting up a landline.
As many of you reading this already know, singer/songwriter Grant Hart died this week at the age of 56.
In 1982, DEVO, a band whose very existence at times seemed to be a prank on the music industry, had the brilliant idea, in the true spirit of de-evolution, to use one of the demented love poems of failed Ronald Reagan assassin, John Hinckley Jr., as song lyrics.