It helps to live in Austin to fully “get” this “Judgmental Map” but anyone who lives in any major town or city that is undergoing rapid changes should appreciate this very witty (and painfully accurate) map created by Albert Bui.
NSFW but absolutely brilliant!
The kid gets a standing ovation, too, from a roomful of ADULTS. If this doesn’t send chills down your spine, nothing ever will.
The film includes interviews with Dick himself as well as with three of his five former wives, his stepdaughter Tandi Ford, writers Ray Nelson, Tim Powers, K. W. Jeter and Dan O’Bannon, his therapist Barry Spatz, and numerous friends from his past.
Made by a German film crew in 1997 as part of the Pop Odyssee TV series, The Beach Boys and Satan includes interviews with Kenneth Anger, Kim Fowley, Dick Dale and members of The Beach Boys. It covers some familiar ground, including the Charles Manson connection, while still managing to offer a few new insights. Well worth a watch for the archival footage, Kim Fowley’s brief performance of “1965” and interviews with Brian Wilson.
If you like Ralph Bakshi and Heavy Metal, you should get a kick out of Rock & Rule.
The LEGO grow room is pretty insane. If you live in LA, you should check it out!
Sheidly’s oil paintings depict 20th century dictators and tyrants revealing their more feminine sides, like Kim Jong-il’s heart-shaped glasses or Hitler’s pink armband and diamond stud earring.
This is Summer’s first recording, 1969.
Kim Kardashian's IMDb profile before her lawyers had it taken down
Roughly 6 months after their first gig (where they were billed as ‘The Yardbirds med Jimmy Page’) this is Led Zeppelin giving a hint as to why they will dominate venues and stadia across the world during the 1970s.
Nice post-punk flyer dated 1985.