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snowce:

Sergio Larrain, Chelsea Art Ball, London, 1958-1959

snowce:

Sergio Larrain, Chelsea Art Ball, London, 1958-1959

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— 2 weeks ago with 3494 notes

issueprojectroom:

James Rushford and Joe Talia are featured in Unsound’s Bocian Records showcase at Issue on Sun. April 6th. The duo will perform alongside avant-garde polish duo Kapital, norwegian drummer Paal Nilssen-Love and electronic musician Robert Piotrowicz will complete the session with an exceptional duet.

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— 2 weeks ago with 2 notes
#sound  #unsound 



Bud Powell at Birdland. Live 1953
historically significant recording- recorded the day he was discharged from mental institution after being committed for one and half years.
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Bud Powell at Birdland. Live 1953

historically significant recording- recorded the day he was discharged from mental institution after being committed for one and half years.

— 3 weeks ago
#jazz  #bud powell  #Birdland  #nyc 
ingodwetrustnyc:

David Lynch meditating near a plant

ingodwetrustnyc:

David Lynch meditating near a plant

— 1 month ago with 8581 notes
#lynch  #david 
ingodwetrustnyc:

Can’t wait for spring…

ingodwetrustnyc:

Can’t wait for spring…

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— 1 month ago with 33858 notes
NekNominations Are What This Generation Has Instead of Punk or Rave | VICE →

"In consensus, coalition, resolutely capitalist Britain, youth subcultures are processed in the same way as veal. They’re snapped up by trend forecasters before they’ve had a chance to grow, locked in a dark room, sold to the high-street butcher and flogged back to the kids at inflated prices. We saw it with Libertines-era indie, dubstep and Odd Future. They should have had a chance to mature and actually make some kind of dent on mainstream culture, but they were all denied that by the collective lack of patience you’d expect of a society used to 4G."

— 1 month ago
#internet culture  #subculture  #youth identity 
A History of Everything, Including You. →

youmightfindyourself:

By: Jenny Hollowell

First there was god, or gods, or nothing. Then synthesis, space, the expansion, explosions, implosions, particles, objects, combustion, and fusion. Out of the chaos came order, stars were born and shown and died. Planets rolled across their galaxies on invisible ellipses and…
— 1 month ago with 273 notes