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Posted on 26th Jul at 11:43 AM, with 5 notes

halvtrak:

Fad Gadget - Coitus Interruptus (Live 1983)

Posted on 25th Jul at 11:01 AM, with 205,966 notes

0bstacles:

huffingtonpost:

THIS GENIUS MACHINE FEEDS STRAY DOGS IN EXCHANGE FOR RECYCLED BOTTLES

The Turkish company Pugedon has created a vending machine that’s dispensing help for both the environment and our furry friends.

Watch the machine in action here.

this makes me so happy

Posted on 24th Jul at 3:55 PM, with 95 notes
Riot Fest Chicago Announces Day-By-Day Lineup

theycallmekidcancer:

propertyofzack:

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Riot Fest Chicago is coming up, and we’re ready for the best weekend ever, all over again. Check out what bands are playing which day below!

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Yessss~! So glad the bands I really want to see are playing Sunday with The Cure.

Oh, man you’re gonna make me suffer through the emo spoken word band ain’tcha? Well, then we see Thurston Moore and maybe Patti Smith… and I think we can both agree on Andrew W.K. theycallmekidcancer

Posted on 24th Jul at 3:42 PM, with 186 notes

Einstürzende Neubauten, 1981. Photos by Ilse Ruppert.

Posted on 24th Jul at 11:04 AM, with 27 notes

ohfuckyeahcillianmurphy:

Cillian guest DJing at the Bounce Back Cork fundraiser, Cork Opera House, January 2013. (X)

Posted on 24th Jul at 11:04 AM, with 64 notes
ohfuckyeahcillianmurphy:

DJs Cillian Murphy, Enda Walsh and Cathal Murray rocking the Galway International Arts Festival club last night. Click to enlarge. No video yet, but if you want to watch DJ Cillian in action, here’s a video from last year when he dj’ed in Cork.
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ohfuckyeahcillianmurphy:

DJs Cillian Murphy, Enda Walsh and Cathal Murray rocking the Galway International Arts Festival club last night. Click to enlarge. No video yet, but if you want to watch DJ Cillian in action, here’s a video from last year when he dj’ed in Cork.

Posted on 24th Jul at 10:40 AM, with 70 notes
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My relationship with Ari is up there in the top 5 most difficult relationships of my life. It was also the most productive and creative relationship I have ever had.

Ari was 14 when I met her. She was a feral child. I watched her become an extraordinary woman.

Ari came to London from German boarding school when she had just turned 14. English was her second language. In those first few years she did not have one friend her own age. It was not easy for her and she had to fight to be taken seriously as an equal person.

Ari was a sponge, she soaked up the ideologies, the speech patterns, the vocabulary of the groups we mixed with. From Finsbury Park lads, through to The Bromley Contingent and Rastas. She was a fantastic mimic too.

She was totally unselfconscious about her body and remained so throughout her life. Ari’s biggest gift to me was she made The Slits a safe place for a woman of any shape or size to be relaxed and free with her body. She celebrated womanliness, she reveled in it. She was so sensual on and off stage it was empowering to any girl who saw her. I’m not kidding. The way she carried herself was a revolution.

Stage was Ari’s home. She was in her element there. That is where she could let go completely. She was at her best there. She pissed there. Stage is one of the only places a woman with that much energy, power and self belief can show off and sometimes get away with it.

The singing voice that Ari developed, that has been so copied and referenced over the years came very quickly. That is because she was true to herself. She used sounds that she heard around her from animals, birds, playground chants, accents and melded them all together. It happened without thinking. She was as unselfconscious about her voice as she was about her body.

Ari had a very exacting ear. She could hear every nuance in a drum beat, a guitar riff, a vocal harmony and a bassline. She played a huge part in creating The Slits’ sound.

Throughout the last 30 years there were many people who tried to suppress and squash Ari. No one succeeded. She was reviled, mocked and criticised for daring to be herself. She could not and would not be tamed. It scared people. It scared men. She was stabbed and attacked in the street so many times. For just emanating too much WILD STUFF.

Ari was the most dynamic woman I have ever known.

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