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Kölsch - 1977

An exclusive premiere of the new album from Kölsch out June 24 on Kompakt.

Xpansions - Move Your Body ( Elevation) (1991)

blumi:

big is beautiful.

joejszakat.

Szerintem is de egy vissza a tetejére gomb nagyon hiányzik a blokkcímek (nemtudom, hogy hívjátok ezeket: ÁRVÍZEK, TALPASOK, stb.) után.

source: blumi

ryanpanos:

Misfortune by Gergo Gosztom

Tópark?

(via grofjardanhazy)

source: ryanpanos

magyarorszag kitermelte az ujabb gyongyszemet, azonnal gabbasitottam. 

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vicemag:

The Richard Hell Interview

Richard Hell—legendary punk rock iconoclast, intrepid novelist, poet, and now memoirist—is lounging on his couch in the cozy East Village pad he’s called home since 19 fucking 75. Considering how brutally forthcoming Richard is about his drug use in his new autobiography I Dreamed I Was a Very Clean Tramp (“Thirty years later, I still have the scars on my left forearm”), it’s a surprise that he looks significanty younger than his 63 years. His litany of feats since he escaped to New York are a total mind-blow.

In Tramp, Hell vividly recounts his gun-toting cowboy dreams as a young miscreant and his rabble-rousing school-dropout years before hitting New York City and altering its landscape. He helped create the punk template with a fuck you attitude, birthed anarchic style with tattered, thrift-store threads, botched hairstyles that Malcolm McLaren later swiped for the Sex Pistols, started Television with Tom Verlaine, put CBGB and Max’s Kansas City on the punk rock map, wrote era-defining tunes like “Blank Generation” with his band the Voidoids, survived life as a junkie, and penned Burroughs-level dirty sex ‘n’ track-marked novels and poetry.

Hell’s I Dreamed I Was a Very Clean Tramp is epic badassness. He hides little about his life’s trajectory and his disdain for Verlaine and Richard Lloyd, his undying love for Dee Dee Ramone and Bob Quine, the drugs, the music, and the debauchery. Just don’t ask him about being Jewish and what he thought of Marquee Moon. He’d much rather talk about his dick.  

VICE: When did you start writing I Dreamed I Was a Very Clean Tramp?
Richard Hell: Right after my last novel (Godlike) came out in 2006. It’s been a long haul. But I did a bunch of things—other projects—as I was doing it, too. Still, it was a slog. It’s twice as long as anything I’ve written before. And also more confusing. It gets delicate to write about yourself [laughs].

I assume it’s much easier to write fiction.
Yeah, yeah. It’s easier to write fiction. You’re right. But it was a long process figuring out what to keep and what not to keep. Things are coming back to me that I forgot to mention [laughs]. Still, it hits you when you’re working on a book like that, that it will be easy enough to spend 600 pages describing one day.

But you kept journals over the years. Did those help in putting the book together?
I did, yeah, but I was never really systematic about it. They were really useful. But it’s not as if I could wonder what I was doing some month from looking at my journals. I’d go three months without writing anything in there and then just open it up and just write a page. But they were helpful. They did nail down dates and did also just show me exactly what was going on in my head.

When you started writing Tramp, was the book already bought?
Oh, I never do that. I’ll write the book, then I’ll go look for a publisher.

So, there weren’t any publishers on your ass to write an autobiography?  
Are you kidding me? Noooo! In fact, I was turned down by probably about six or seven publishers. There were basically two offers. The book was in sloppier shape then. I did send it out because I was so tired of working on it. I really OD’d on it. I was nauseated and I just wanted to find a publisher—just to get a little charge goin’, ya know? [laughs]. But I got the ideal publisher for it, and it worked out great. No regrets, really.

Did you plan on Tramp being your next project after you were done with Godlike?
No, I had to figure that out. I thought writing Tramp was gonna be easy in comparison because I figured I had the… narrative… so that solves a lot of problems. Then I’d just try to figure out how to write good sentences. It sure turned out to be a lot more complicated. I kept getting turned around and all the fuckin’ internal turmoil figuring how to regard my own self… I mean, that’s really confusing.

Did you feel like by writing the book, you were penning a de facto obituary?
No, it’s nothing like an obituary. An obituary is just a really flattering curriculum vitae. That wasn’t the issue.

When you were writing the book, were you cognizant about other musicians writing memoirs, like Patti Smith (Just Kids) and Keith Richards (Life)…
I can’t see this interview in VICE magazine. 

Why? OK, I’ll ask you some more provocative questions [laughs].
Yeah, you’re supposed to ask me about my dick or something.

Yeah, you’re right. Who’d you bang?

Continue

!

source: vicemag

Partika

Fejhallgató

critmiss:

vagy fülhallgató? 

Én szerintem ezek mást jelentő szavak: az egyiket ráteszed a fejedre tehát van valami pánt vagy akármi a két hangszóró között. A másikat meg csak a füledbe dugod. A nagy izé a fejhallgató a “fülbedugós” pedig a fülhallgató. De lehet, hogy nem.

source: critmiss
laphamsquarterly:

As Grand Central Station celebrates its 100th birthday today, let’s remember that in 1965 the Penn Central Co. proposed the erection of a 55-story tower atop the station’s main building (the facade would have been proposed), designed by architect Marcel Breuer.
The ensuing legal battle made it all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, and their decision in Penn Central Co. vs. the City of New York still serves as the basis for most of the country’s local landmark laws and ordinances. 

laphamsquarterly:

As Grand Central Station celebrates its 100th birthday today, let’s remember that in 1965 the Penn Central Co. proposed the erection of a 55-story tower atop the station’s main building (the facade would have been proposed), designed by architect Marcel Breuer.

The ensuing legal battle made it all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, and their decision in Penn Central Co. vs. the City of New York still serves as the basis for most of the country’s local landmark laws and ordinances. 

(via thisistheverge)

Anonymous asked:

egytől tízes skálán mennyire vennéd szádba a gólyóimat?

na.

parislemon:

chartier:

littlebigdetails:

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/via Katharina

Brilliant and super useful. Fantastic!

Never realized this. Excellent.

source: thisistheverge

Viewpoint: Lance Armstrong Will Be Back

He needs to continue down the path he’s just begun, and he needs to begin making honest amends. It will take time and it will be difficult, but like many fallen famous figures, he’ll be back. He may be hated, but he should never be underestimated.

Brian Jonestown Massacre - Not If You Were The Last Dandy On Earth (1998)