weissesrauschen:

by 愛上我 妳會死的很慘 on Flickr.
"Throw Aggi Off The Bridge"
Black Tambourine
45
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18 Sep 14 at 9 pm

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"Dancing With Tears in My Eyes"
X
Under The Big Black Sun
(787) plays
 300
17 Sep 14 at 9 am

superblackmarket:

X photographed by Jenny Lens, 1980

superblackmarket:

X photographed by Jenny Lens, 1980
"Strangers"
The Kinks
Lola Versus Powerman And The Moneygoround, Part 1
(1815) plays
joisbv:

 
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16 Sep 14 at 10 pm

kuillliuan:

@ Venue: Anson Rooms, Bristol; Date: Thu, 03/07/2014 19:30. The Brian Jonestown Massacre.

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kuillliuan:

@ Venue: Anson Rooms, Bristol; Date: Thu, 03/07/2014 19:30. The Brian Jonestown Massacre.
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15 Sep 14 at 6 pm

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15 Sep 14 at 6 pm

bilindabutchers:

all I want in life’s a little bit of love to take the pain away.

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bilindabutchers:

all I want in life’s a little bit of love to take the pain away.
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12 Sep 14 at 2 pm

doomandgloomfromthetomb:

John Fahey Mix Tapes

Unbelievable! Thanks to Total Vibration and Dying For Bad Music for alerting me to this.

The uploader says: “In the 1990’s my future wife was a record store clerk in Portland, Oregon. American guitar legend John Fahey was living in a nearby town and would visit the shop. Here are two mix cassettes that he made for her during that time.”

Strange sounds abound, from international garage rock to avant-classical drone to pummeling industrial sound collages. There’s even a little bit of acoustic guitar, too. Not much, though. But it’s a fascinating window into where Fahey’s head was at during this period. The latter days of the guy’s career remain sort of mysterious to me, but these tapes seem to fill in a piece of the puzzle.  

doomandgloomfromthetomb:

John Fahey Mix Tapes
Unbelievable! Thanks to Total Vibration and Dying For Bad Music for alerting me to this.
The uploader says: “In the 1990’s my future wife was a record store clerk in Portland, Oregon. American guitar legend John Fahey was living in a nearby town and would visit the shop. Here are two mix cassettes that he made for her during that time.”
Strange sounds abound, from international garage rock to avant-classical drone to pummeling industrial sound collages. There’s even a little bit of acoustic guitar, too. Not much, though. But it’s a fascinating window into where Fahey’s head was at during this period. The latter days of the guy’s career remain sort of mysterious to me, but these tapes seem to fill in a piece of the puzzle.  
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10 Sep 14 at 6 pm

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(Source: iamthewarriorxprincess)

"Baby Don't You Worry (California Lullabye)"
Spectrum
(213) plays
 13
08 Sep 14 at 9 am

ambienmusic:

Imaginary Landscapes, a 1989 documentary about Brian Eno

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ambienmusic:

Imaginary Landscapes, a 1989 documentary about Brian Eno

03 Sep 14 at 7 pm
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