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merzbow-derek:

vintage photo of keith rowe performing with amm, included in michael nyman’s experimental music: cage and beyond, first published 1974

merzbow-derek:

vintage photo of keith rowe performing with amm, included in michael nyman’s experimental music: cage and beyond, first published 1974

(Source: gilliflower, via nonrockandroll)

tom-of-england:

Scans from ‘The Hanatarashi: The Ground Is Littered With Discarded Penises- Interviews, Translations and Editing by David Hopkins (inc. An Oral History of the Hanatarashi by Satoru Higashiseto)’ from Bananafish #06

(via nightoftheghoulz)

Hollywood Autopsy

—Turn the Pages

mutantmint:

Hollywood Autopsy - Turn The Pages

noise2010:

Band-It (#16) Cassette Magazine, 1984

noise2010:

Band-It (#16) Cassette Magazine, 1984

s-srecords:

This video is of the Sacramento band Inducore. The video is from 1987. The first time I saw them was on the steps of the State Capitol. The drummer played a suitcase. The guitarist/singer did what guitarist/singers do. They played scrappy punk rock. The guitarist/singer was in another Sacto band in the early 80s called Industrial Hate. The guitarist/singer’s name is Michael Psycho. I am telling you this not because this video is a nice piece of obscure punk history (which it is), but because Ss Records is reissuing Michael Psycho’s pretty damn rare Think LP (only 100 or so out there). Recorded in 1989, it is a loner punk classic….and now it sounds better than ever (we found the missing low end!). John Golden has it in his hands now, so figure a couple months before I’ve got the vinyl.

ozkar-krapo:

CAPTAIN BEEFHEART & The MAGIC BAND “The spotlight Kid Outtakes”

Thee hours of outtakes from the Spotlight Kid album. Lots of songs are early versions from future albums such as Clear Spot, Shiny Beast (Bat Chain Puller), Doc at the Radar Station, and even Ice Cream for Crow.

0:00:00 Drink Paint Run Run (Ice Cream For Crow)
0:07:28 Seam Crooked Sam (Version 2)
0:09:44 Dirty Blue Gene (Version 1)
0:12:37 Sun Zoom Spark (Version 3)
0:16:47 Kiss Me My Love
0:19:24 Funeral Hill (Version 1)
0:26:07 Harry Irene
0:28:57 Open Pins
0:34:37 Dual & Abdul
0:37:20 Semi-Multicolored Caucasian (Version 2)
0:40:23 Balladino (A Carrot is as Close as a Rabbit Gets To A Diamond)
0:42:49 Clear Spot (Instrumental)
0:47:33 Circumstances (Instrumental)
0:56:40 I’m Gonna Booglarize You, Baby (Instrumental)
1:02:33 Low Yo-Yo Stuff (Instrumental)
1:08:39 Semi-Multicolored Caucasian (Version 1)
1:12:48 Little Scratch (Version 1) (The Past Sure Is Tense)
1:15:39 Pompadour Swamp (Version 1) (Suction Prints)
1:29:33 Pompadour Swamp (Version 2) (Suction Prints)
1:42:12 Suzy Murder Wrist (Sue Egypt)
1:45:57 U Bean So Cinquo
1:48:47 The Witch Doctor Life
1:52:36 Little Scratch (Version 2) (The Past Sure Is Tense)
1:57:23 Flaming Autograph 
2:02:05 Love Grip
2:06:51 No Flower Shall Grow
2:12:34 Best Batch Yet (Version 1)
2:16:12 Your Love Brought Me To Life
2:20:21 That Little Girl
2:25:37 Campfires
2:31:22 Well Well Well (From Lick My Decals Off, Baby Sessions, Rockette Morton on vocals)
2:33:18 Funeral Hill (Version 3)
2:37:12 Seam Crooked Sam (Version 1)
2:39:26 Alice In Blunderland
2:43:20 Funeral Hill (Version 2)
2:46:35 Best Batch Yet (Version 2)
2:48:48 Dirty Blue Gene (Version 2)
2:52:00 Sun Zoom Spark (Version 1)
3:00:04 Scratch My Back
3:01:55 Blues Medley (Down to the Bottom-Key to the Highway-Grandpa Don’t Love Grandma No More)
3:09:12 Sun Zoom Spark (Version 2)

Don Van Vliet: I was thinking warm and nice when I did that one (The Spotlight Kid) and I feel that it has all come through. Actually, though there are only ten tracks on the album, we recorded thirty-five songs altogether.

irelandinboston:

Piano Piece No. 1 for David Tudor by La Monte Young. An example of Fluxus, a school of conceptual art, from the MoMa.

irelandinboston:

Piano Piece No. 1 for David Tudor by La Monte Young. An example of Fluxus, a school of conceptual art, from the MoMa.

(Source: irelandinthedr, via todf)

ozkar-krapo:

ROOM 101 "Junkie Angel Blues" (1991)

From V/A “A Swamp Room Happening” (LP. Swamp Room rcds. 301110. 1991)

From Hannover/ Hamburg. “This is a rare treat for you ignorants, ‘course this band is around for more than 10 years but never bothered to release any records, ‘course they couldn’t care less. In the late ’70s their singer used to actually eat all the pills the punks would throw on stage. A recent gig saw him asleep on stage throughout the whole set. Smashed guitars at EVERY gig, all of which adds up to a perfect band for the Swamp Room-label - watch out for their ’45s. ‘Junkie Angel Blues’ is a rather strong comment on deathcult, gloryfication & marketing of dead people.” - A Swamp Room Happening liner notes, 1991. From “A Swamp Room Happening”, 1991. Album compiled, liner notes & cover conception by J.G.

R.I.P. Alice Dee” [PKPurvis]