isslaw?

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arpeggia:

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

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(Source: hippykitchen)

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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)

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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.