isslaw?

Sep 18
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arpeggia:

John Divola - Dogs Chasing My Car in the Desert, 1996-2001

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(Source: hippykitchen)

Sep 03
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gilded-splinters:

Quicksilver Messenger Service - Mona (Live 1969)

Sheesh, this is incredible. Great sound, copious ass shaking, tassels, and sunshine. I want to live inside John Cipollina’s guitar cabinet, even though it’d undoubtedly kill me.

Aug 20
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gilded-splinters:

inestimable guitarist/Sun City Girl/bookseller/psychic terrorist Sir Richard Bishop currently has all of his albums available for free download. Cop ‘em while they’re hot!

gilded-splinters:

inestimable guitarist/Sun City Girl/bookseller/psychic terrorist Sir Richard Bishop currently has all of his albums available for free download. Cop ‘em while they’re hot!

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R.I.P. Jay Adams, 1961-2014

R.I.P. Jay Adams, 1961-2014

Aug 11
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poison303:

Black Flag, Vancouver, 1980, by Bev Davies. This is a perfect, perfect photograph.You get a sense of four completely unique people, each super formidable in his own way….

poison303:

Black Flag, Vancouver, 1980, by Bev Davies. This is a perfect, perfect photograph.You get a sense of four completely unique people, each super formidable in his own way….

(via sirseanie)

Aug 07
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gilded-splinters:

'Buked & Scorned: The Gospel Radio Hour
I’ve been digging these shows hard lately: a weekly hour of ’50s & ’60s raw, fuzzed-out, kick-ass gospel from Mike McGonigal, aka Yeti Mike, aka Mr. Chemical Imbalance. I mean, you can’t do much better than early Staple Singers as the nexus for any musical project. Check out the shows, and if you don’t already own it, I implore you to pick up Mike’s three-CD set on Tompkins Square, Fire in My Bones: Raw + Rare + Other-Worldly African-American Gospel. Seriously, it’ll vastly improve your quality of life. If I knew you better, I’d buy it for you myself.

gilded-splinters:

'Buked & Scorned: The Gospel Radio Hour

I’ve been digging these shows hard lately: a weekly hour of ’50s & ’60s raw, fuzzed-out, kick-ass gospel from Mike McGonigal, aka Yeti Mike, aka Mr. Chemical Imbalance. I mean, you can’t do much better than early Staple Singers as the nexus for any musical project. Check out the shows, and if you don’t already own it, I implore you to pick up Mike’s three-CD set on Tompkins Square, Fire in My Bones: Raw + Rare + Other-Worldly African-American Gospel. Seriously, it’ll vastly improve your quality of life. If I knew you better, I’d buy it for you myself.

Aug 04
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gilded-splinters:

Hey, cool, Thurston’s got a new band! Thurston, Steve Shelley, UK guitarist James Sedwards, and My Bloody Valentine bassist Debbie Googe. If it’s anything like this live clip (with everyone except Googe)—the best aspects of the lengthy Washing Machine or Murray Street guitar jams—I’m all in. Chelsea Light Moving didn’t do much for me, so this is a gift. Man, I miss Sonic Youth.

Hour-plus concert footage of the band here for the digging.