until-theskyturnsgreen:

Raymond Depardon, Glasgow 1980s

(via all-of-a-tremble)

bashfuldodger:

Slum Of Legs, Indietracks 2014

(via 4tones)

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punk-to-funk:

afogofideas:

Please reblog this whoever, wherever you are… it’s a futile act, it won’t get any more people through the door on the night but having it splattered all over Tumblr would amuse me greatly and be kind of nice
Thank you
P.S. The show is in Nottingham in the UK, so I appreciate this prevents many of you coming along, I mean, I know you would if you could…

I’d go to this, if I wasn’t crewing a show tomorrow…

respect is due to you for even considering/contemplating it, thank you punk-to-funk

punk-to-funk:

afogofideas:

Please reblog this whoever, wherever you are… it’s a futile act, it won’t get any more people through the door on the night but having it splattered all over Tumblr would amuse me greatly and be kind of nice

Thank you

P.S. The show is in Nottingham in the UK, so I appreciate this prevents many of you coming along, I mean, I know you would if you could…

I’d go to this, if I wasn’t crewing a show tomorrow…

respect is due to you for even considering/contemplating it, thank you punk-to-funk

Album Art

jadorepop:

Stereolab - Peng! 33

(via venceslaugama)

ArtistStereolab
TitlePeng! 33
AlbumPeng!

This is for you

Album Art

mondohamburgers:

Reigning Sound - Reptile Style

ArtistReigning Sound
TitleReptile Style
AlbumTime Bomb High School
hoppers13:

Jaime Hernandez Love and Rockets #49 “Bob Richardson: Part Two” Page 17 Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1995)

hoppers13:

Jaime Hernandez Love and Rockets #49 “Bob Richardson: Part Two” Page 17 Original Art (Fantagraphics, 1995)

killerbeesting:

Arthur Tress - High school student in a coffee shop, Market Street

killerbeesting:

Arthur Tress - High school student in a coffee shop, Market Street

historiadelamusicarock:

Here are two mid-80’s 12” singles by Trouble Funk, one of DC’s most popular go-go bands.  Both of these songs, “Still Smokin’” and “Good to Go” appeared in the little seen go-go-themed movie, “Good to Go,” starring Art Garfunkel.  “Good to Go,” the movie, was produced by Island Records as an attempt to make a go-go film in the fashion of hip-hop movies like “Beat Street” and “Krush Groove,” but, like go-go itself, it failed to attract much national attention (I’ll post the soundtrack eventually), perhaps because it starred Art Garfunkel, not really a draw for potential go-go fans (though he’s quite good in “Carnal Knowledge” and “Bad Timing- A Sensual Obsession”).

Download here: http://www23.zippyshare.com/v/15351128/file.html

and here: http://www23.zippyshare.com/v/55657600/file.html