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July, 2015
  • 02 / The Grateful Dead guide to dealing with a bad LSD trip / Martin Schneider
  • 02 / Rare and treasured 1977 LP by heavy teen rockers Midnight to be reissued by Drag City / Bart Bealmear
  • 02 / Donald Trump: ‘F*ck your Hair,’ the beer / Richard Metzger
  • 02 / They have Nick Cave dolls now? I want one! / Ron Kretsch
  • 02 / Check out the Pink Mice, Lucifer’s Friend’s amazing classical-prog side project / Ron Kretsch
  • 02 / ‘The world’s worst orchestra,’ featuring Brian Eno on clarinet / Oliver Hall
  • 02 / Vexillophagy: Is it OK to eat the flag? / Christopher Bickel
  • 01 / Dangerous Finds: Obama is the new Reagan; Frozen flies having sex; Dutch city giving free money away / Richard Metzger
  • 01 / ‘Punk Elegies’: Riveting late 70’s punk memoir set in the City of Angel Dust / Heather Drain
  • 01 / Groovalicious Peter Max fashions from 1970 / Martin Schneider
  • 01 / ‘God is dead’: Piss yourself funny ‘short versions’ of Republican Presidential announcements / Richard Metzger
  • 01 / Jack Nicholson and Bob Rafelson discuss the big ‘chicken salad’ scene from ‘Five Easy Pieces’ / Martin Schneider
  • 01 / Bad motherf*ckers: Action figures from ‘Pulp Fiction,’ ‘The Shining,’ ‘A Clockwork Orange’ and more / Cherrybomb
  • 01 / Early advertising for arcade games was sexy… or… at least sexual, anyway / Amber Frost
  • 01 / Here’s the Manson Family porn movie you’ve been waiting for / Christopher Bickel
  • June, 2015
  • 30 / Dangerous Finds: Journey drummer charged with rape; ‘Snowden’ trailer; Atheists remind us of death / Richard Metzger
  • 30 / The Satanic Temple of Detroit debuts massive one-ton Baphomet monument / Cherrybomb
  • 30 / Hidden camera: Watch what children do when they find a ‘gun’ at the playground / Tara McGinley
  • 30 / Art classes (with naked models) help Japanese virgins get to the next level / Richard Metzger
  • 30 / War is Hell: Morbid commercial parodies bluntly reveal the cold, hard reality of a military career / Christopher Bickel
  • 30 / Brawl over the Confederate flag spills into the streets outside of South Carolina’s statehouse / Christopher Bickel
  • 30 / King Buzzo goes mansion shopping / Ron Kretsch
  • 30 / ‘The Name is Bootsy, Baby,’ the 1996 Bootsy Collins cartoon that never quite got off the ground / Amber Frost
  • 29 / ‘God don’t like ugly’: Confederate flag parade in Georgia goes hilariously WRONG! / Richard Metzger
  • 29 / Dangerous Finds: Conspiracy’s ‘velvet voice’; NASCAR bans Confederate flag; Tim Buckley remembered / Richard Metzger
  • 29 / Mel Brooks demonstrates the 12 emotions that every actor must master / Martin Schneider
  • 29 / Rock starts: Your favorite rock stars when they were children / Tara McGinley
  • 29 / Hungry Freaks, Daddy: Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention’s ‘Freak Out,’ a listener’s guide / Richard Metzger
  • 29 / Furious idiot rails at NBC affiliate for changing its peacock logo to the ‘colors of gays’ / Martin Schneider
  • 29 / Paul Kirchner returns! New comic from the master behind ‘the bus’ and ‘Dope Rider’ / Martin Schneider
  • 29 / On the wrong side of history: Scenes from a South Carolina pro-Confederate flag rally / Christopher Bickel
  • 29 / National Pornographic: Beautiful paintings of vibrators in the wilderness / Amber Frost
  • 26 / Dangerous Finds: New Syd Barrett doc; Bernie: Tax the billionaires; Freeze your fat and poop it out / Richard Metzger
  • 26 / Pee-wee Herman and pal strut their stuff as ‘Suave & Debonair’ on ‘The Gong Show,’ 1979 / Martin Schneider
  • 26 / Seventies Blowjob Faces / Tara McGinley
  • 26 / Cold War dollhouses from the Socialist paradise of East Germany / Martin Schneider
  • 26 / Spend the night in a Cramps-themed trailer in the Mojave Desert / Oliver Hall
  • 26 / Book designs for beautiful minds / Paul Gallagher
  • 26 / Meiko Kaji and the ass-kicking female gangs of the ‘Stray Cat Rock’ films, 1970-71 / Bart Bealmear
  • 26 / Cars, McCartney, and Bowie, remade by Replicants: When Failure formed the greatest cover band ever / Ron Kretsch
  • 26 / Watch ‘Island of Flowers’ NOW, a Vonnegut-inspired dark comedy short on humans, garbage & freedom / Amber Frost
  • 25 / Ascent by DaVinci: The advanced portable vaporizer / Sponsored Post
  • 25 / ‘Testicle-biting’ fish with human-like teeth found in New Jersey lake / Tara McGinley
  • 25 / Death metal logos for America’s 2016 Presidential candidates / Martin Schneider
  • 25 / Give your loved one a balloon with shitty message / Tara McGinley
  • 25 / Breaking into a large pharmaceutical company to steal drugs: The solo music of Yello’s Carlos Perón / Richard Metzger
  • 25 / Top Secret: The goofy retro ‘undercover’ fashion guide for East German secret police spies / Amber Frost
  • 25 / ‘In the future everyone will be bisexual’—Alice Cooper, 1974 / Ron Kretsch
  • 25 / ‘Moe Gets Tied Up,’ Andy Warhol’s ultra-rare 1966 movie starring the Velvet Underground / Oliver Hall
  • 25 / Feminist psychodrama ‘Felt’ examines sexism, gender and violence / Paul Gallagher
  • 25 / Charleston, the Confederate flag, Amazon, Skrewdriver, The Dukes of Hazzard, and moving forward / Christopher Bickel
  • 24 / Dangerous Finds: Millennials racist as parents; O’Reilly’s black friends; Nina Simone child abuser? / Richard Metzger
  • 24 / NJ family abandons home after receiving terrifying letters from someone named ‘The Watcher’ / Tara McGinley
  • 24 / Little-known Lou Reed poem about ‘Janis, Jimi, and Me’ from 1971 / Martin Schneider
  • 24 / Woman transforms her face into Frank Zappa, Iggy Pop, Keith Richards and more / Tara McGinley
  • 24 / Condom changes color if STIs are detected, might lead to some awkward conversations / Martin Schneider
  • 24 / The Demon Dog: Filming with James Ellroy in L.A., 1994 / Paul Gallagher
  • 24 / Watch ‘Cucumber Castle,’ the Bee Gees’ goofy 1970 TV movie / Ron Kretsch
  • 24 / ‘Blood’: An eerily hypnotic tour through Europe’s largest ‘blood factory’ / Amber Frost
  • 24 / Two kids in 1993 remade ‘Jurassic Park’ with toys and a VHS video camera—and it rules / Christopher Bickel
  • 23 / Chews your idols: Celebrities upstaged by a wad of gum / Christopher Bickel
  • 23 / Dangerous Finds: Skinny jeans cause nerve damage; Heroin smuggled in puppies; new Bowie 12 disc box / Tara McGinley
  • 23 / ‘She Said’: The Cramps versus Hasil Adkins / Richard Metzger
  • 23 / Video game update scrambles race and penis length for avatars with hilarious results (NSFW) / Martin Schneider
  • 23 / ‘The Sonic Assassins’: Groovy psychedelic comic starring Hawkwind, 1971 / Martin Schneider
  • 23 / Happy 60th Birthday Glenn Danzig (and fuck your ‘Mother’) / Ron Kretsch
  • 23 / Yoko Ono was in a sleazy sexploitation movie called ‘Satan’s Bed’ (and it looks totally bonkers) / Amber Frost
  • 23 / David Bowie’s transgender muse Romy Haag / Richard Metzger
  • 23 / Can you identify these pixelated versions of famous works of art? / Paul Gallagher
  • 23 / Pink Flamingos: Creator of iconic lawn ornament has passed away / Ron Kretsch
  • 22 / Dangerous Finds: Penis-shaped flower blooms; Kanye West eats crow over Beck; Chimp plays drums / Richard Metzger
  • 22 / ‘Dead Flowers’: Watch the Rolling Stones get their country honk out at the Marquee Club, 1971 / Richard Metzger
  • 22 / DEVO’s Mark Mothersbaugh predicts the rise of matriarchy / Martin Schneider
  • 22 / Super creepy children’s masks honoring the 10 plagues of Egypt / Martin Schneider
  • 22 / Harlan Ellison is revolting: Speculative Fiction and the revolution of the mind / Paul Gallagher
  • 22 / Senior citizen strippers: Burlesque beauties decked out and working it for the camera / Amber Frost
  • 22 / ‘Portrait of Jason’: 1967 doc about a gay African-American hustler is hilarious and heartbreaking / Bart Bealmear
  • 22 / ‘Cocaine In My Brain’: The greatest cocaine anthem of the ‘70s is NOT by Eric Clapton / Christopher Bickel
  • 19 / Dangerous Finds: Messy desk = creative Mind; GOT’s nude ‘walk of shame’; Kim Jong-un cures AIDS / Richard Metzger
  • 19 / ‘Nick Danger’ RIP: Firesign Theatre’s Phil Austin, 1941-2015 / Richard Metzger
  • 19 / Pretty girls sexy-eating döner kebabs are the new ‘thing’ on Russian social media / Martin Schneider
  • 19 / German man follows divorce rules and gives his ex-wife literally HALF of everything / Tara McGinley
  • 19 / Paintings of vintage cassette tapes by ‘Sir Horace Gentleman’ of the Specials / Martin Schneider
  • 19 / Side by Side Show: Hear the lovely duets of conjoined twins Daisy and Violet Hilton / Amber Frost
  • 19 / ‘The Adventures of the Son of Exploding Sausage’: ‘Lost’ Bonzo Dog Band film found again / Paul Gallagher
  • 19 / Alice Cooper’s career-making, chicken-killing evil noise jam at the 1969 Toronto Rock & Roll Revival / Oliver Hall
  • 19 / The Byrds’ isolated vocals for ‘Mr. Tamborine Man’ and ‘Turn! Turn! Turn!’ / Ron Kretsch
  • 18 / ‘We’re Pretty Quick’: Prized 1967 garage punk 45 can be yours for $4,200 / Bart Bealmear
  • 18 / Dangerous Finds: Drug deaths double; Flush Rush; Slayer guitarist wants to ‘Kill The Kardashians’ / Richard Metzger
  • 18 / The Art of the Sleeve: Barney Bubbles’ beautiful record designs / Paul Gallagher
  • 18 / Walter Cronkite introduces America to the Velvet Underground on national TV, 1965 / Martin Schneider
  • 18 / Exotic dancers of the 1890s / Tara McGinley
  • 18 / ‘The Phynx’: A rock group of spies is sent undercover to Albania to rescue Hollywood has-beens, 1970 / Richard Metzger
  • 18 / Polly wanna headbang? The return of Hatebeak, the death metal band with a parrot for a singer / Ron Kretsch
  • 18 / British pagan festival costumes are avant-garde high fashion surrealism / Amber Frost
  • 18 / Gangsta rap fans baffled as The Geto Boys bust out ‘All in the Family’ theme at concert / Christopher Bickel
  • 18 / Christ versus Warhol: Julian Cope and The Teardrop Explodes on ‘The Old Grey Whistle Test,’ 1982 / Ron Kretsch
  • 17 / Dangerous Finds: ‘Wire’ creator’s HBO 70s porn drama; Robots take YOUR job; Bea Arthur’s $16M house / Richard Metzger
  • 17 / Frank Zappa makes an appearance on awful 70s game show ‘Make Me Laugh’ (Spoiler: He doesn’t) / Richard Metzger
  • 17 / ‘TV Wipeout’: Cabaret Voltaire’s rigorously post-punk 1984 video compilation resurfaces / Martin Schneider
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