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December, 2016
  • 02 / Fantastic vintage Japanese movie posters / Paul Gallagher
  • 02 / Kraftwerk, Throbbing Gristle, Beefheart, The Residents, Sun Ra & more as ‘South Park’ characters / Martin Schneider
  • 02 / Class Warfare: Radical French philosopher Guy Debord’s Situationist board game / Oliver Hall
  • 02 / Why not have a ‘Doctor Who’ Weeping Angel-themed Christmas tree this year? / Tara McGinley
  • 02 / Meet ‘The Fred Banana Combo’ Germany’s first new wave punks / Cherrybomb
  • 01 / Black Flag: Scorching multi-camera pro-shot concert, live in San Francisco, 1984 / Martin Schneider
  • 01 / Primo Levi returns to Auschwitz / Paul Gallagher
  • 01 / Poor Donald Trump hates pics of his double chin, so the Internet decided to help / Martin Schneider
  • 01 / Cum Face, the hyperrealistic sculpture / Paul Gallagher
  • 01 / ‘Alice Cooper’s Alcohol Cookbook’: The band’s favorite drink recipes as told to CREEM, 1973 / Oliver Hall
  • 01 / CBGB’s awning being auctioned by Sotheby’s is expected to fetch at least $25,000 / Ron Kretsch
  • November, 2016
  • 30 / ‘Jean Cocteau speaks to the year 2000’ (or Jean Cocteau is dead, long live Jean Cocteau!) / Richard Metzger
  • 30 / Creepy ventriloquist dummies that look like they might want to kill you / Paul Gallagher
  • 30 / Science fiction writer J.G Ballard’s home is for sale / Richard Metzger
  • 30 / Ultra-rare AC/DC promotional songbook full of sheet music, comics & photos from 1976 / Cherrybomb
  • 30 / The sad and heartbreaking reality of Shelley Duvall’s mental health / Doug Jones
  • 30 / Girls and guns: Brave female freedom fighters from around the world on the battlefields of war / Cherrybomb
  • 30 / Christmas ornaments featuring Morrissey, Bowie, Adam Ant, Nick Cave, Siouxsie and more / Martin Schneider
  • 30 / The Residents, Chrome & Tuxedomoon covering ‘I Left My Heart in San Francisco.’ Sort of / Ron Kretsch
  • 29 / Klaus Nomi’s lime tart recipe / Martin Schneider
  • 29 / Morbid and grotesque Italian anti-German propaganda postcards from WWI / Cherrybomb
  • 29 / Extremely dark, soul-shivering cartoons from Iceland / Martin Schneider
  • 29 / Blasphemy, Sex, Satanism and Sadism: The diabolic erotic art of Félicien Rops / Paul Gallagher
  • 29 / Amusing rock-themed Christmas cards / Tara McGinley
  • 29 / Rarely seen film footage of hippie bard Richard Brautigan / Marc Campbell
  • 29 / Meet Tony Coca Cola & the Roosters, the fake punk band from ‘The Driller Killer’ / Ron Kretsch
  • 28 / Ugly Xmas sweater with Rick from ‘The Young Ones’ / Martin Schneider
  • 28 / That time the ‘Star Trek’ crew took on Nazis from outer space / Cherrybomb
  • 28 / Dennis Hopper’s record collection is mostly dollar-bin CRAP and can be yours for just $150,000 / Ron Kretsch
  • 28 / Funny jazz album covers by MAD magazine’s Don Martin / Martin Schneider
  • 28 / Home Made Histories: Classical Art meets Pulp Fiction / Paul Gallagher
  • 28 / ‘Murder the faculty’: Crazy high school yearbook quotes from 1911 / Tara McGinley
  • 28 / The secret artists Michael Jackson hired to paint insanely bizarre portraits of himself / Doug Jones
  • 28 / A slow-motion, underwater fart / Christopher Bickel
  • 28 / Stream the ‘scary’ & ‘demented’ new album by Doomsday Student, with ex members of Arab on Radar / Ron Kretsch
  • 26 / Silent Night, Boogie Nights: Sexy movie posters from the golden age of XXX / Richard Metzger
  • 24 / ‘Body by Jake’ Steinfeld stars in Thanksgiving-themed Video Nasty, ‘Home Sweet Home,’ 1981 / Bart Bealmear
  • 23 / ‘Porcelain Beauty’: Alluring portraits of albinos / Martin Schneider
  • 23 / Famous monster: Forrest J Ackerman, ‘Father of Science Fiction’ honored on centennial of his birth / Richard Metzger
  • 23 / Motörhead’s Orgasmatron War Pig: The ultimate stocking ... stuffer / Martin Schneider
  • 23 / Married to the Mob: Dames and Molls who hung with Mafia Wise Guys / Paul Gallagher
  • 23 / ‘How to Train a Wife’: Retro sexist silliness from vintage girlie magazine ‘Eyeful’ / Cherrybomb
  • 23 / Strassenjungs: The ‘fake’ German punk rockers who toured with The Clash / Cherrybomb
  • 23 / The strange case of the lovely sketchbooks by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s father / Ron Kretsch
  • 22 / Sex, death & dismemberment: Joel-Peter Witkin’s portraits of outcasts, severed heads & George Bush / Cherrybomb
  • 22 / That time Einstürzende Neubauten tried to burn the Palladium down / Richard Metzger
  • 22 / Comedy gold: The Beastie Boys’ hilarious ‘Hello Nasty’ late-night infomercial / Doug Jones
  • 22 / There are Ramen noodle scented bath salts for your bathing pleasure / Tara McGinley
  • 22 / ‘Nightmares’: The perfect calendar for 2017 / Paul Gallagher
  • 22 / Surreal depictions of the human body by the ‘Hannibal Lecter’ of the art world / Cherrybomb
  • 22 / Hair-metal hot dogs: A Cinderella story / Ron Kretsch
  • 21 / These pairs of photographs get super dirty when you combine them in your head / Martin Schneider
  • 21 / ‘Look, they’re crucifying Him! And nobody cares!’: When Charlie Chaplin met Igor Stravinsky / Richard Metzger
  • 21 / Etchings of Parisian prostitutes and drug addicts portray ‘deadly and delicious passions’ / Paul Gallagher
  • 21 / OMG, the ‘sexy’ full-body crotch-showcasing wolf onesie has arrived! / Tara McGinley
  • 21 / Bend me, shape me: The art of contortionism makes a comeback / Cherrybomb
  • 21 / Faster, Harder, Longer: Switzerland’s pioneering punk exports the electrifying ‘Nasal Boys’ / Cherrybomb
  • 21 / Rabies-infected acid-head hippie-gore Satanist masterpiece ‘I Drink Your Blood’ splats again! / Christopher Bickel
  • 21 / Sweet Jesus: There’s a ‘hipster’ nativity scene you can buy / Tara McGinley
  • 18 / Magic, Murder and the Weather: The icy cold New Wave art rock of Howard Devoto and Magazine / Richard Metzger
  • 18 / Kurt Cobain’s horror movies / Martin Schneider
  • 18 / The kitschy erotic art of Suzanne Ballivet (NSFW) / Paul Gallagher
  • 18 / You need to fail a breathalyzer to enter Amsterdam’s Hangover Bar / Martin Schneider
  • 18 / Cool stuff they used to paint on bass drum heads in the ‘20s and ‘30s / Christopher Bickel
  • 18 / A young Kate Bush performs in a musical fantasia from Holland, 1978 / Paul Gallagher
  • 18 / Love Saves the Day: An interview with the legendary NYC club pioneer and DJ David Mancuso / Niall O'Conghaile
  • 17 / From Brexit to Mr. Brexit: An Englishman in Texas on Election Week / Thomas McGrath
  • 17 / ‘Daft Science’: Beastie Boys meet Daft Punk in a suite of eight amazing remixes / Ron Kretsch
  • 17 / Totally Insane James Bond comic books from India / Marc Campbell
  • 17 / Pink Floyd’s BBC ‘moon-landing jam session’ of 1969: ‘So What If It’s Just Green Cheese?’ / Martin Schneider
  • 17 / Surreal images of exquisite women and their strange companions / Cherrybomb
  • 17 / Arsenic and old lace: When women’s clothing could actually kill you / Cherrybomb
  • 17 / Abbie Hoffman’s mournful musings on watching Janis Joplin shoot up / Ron Kretsch
  • 16 / Real Genius: The Paul Laffoley Archive launches with scans of 120 of his handwritten cosmic journals / Richard Metzger
  • 16 / The Jesus and Mary Chain to release first studio album since 1998 / Martin Schneider
  • 16 / Political ‘propaganda kimonos’ from pre-World War II Japan / Martin Schneider
  • 16 / Lucifer Rising live in concert: Watch Bobby Beausoleil perform his Kenneth Anger soundtrack, 1978 / Richard Metzger
  • 16 / Drivers using freaky reflective face decals to discourage high-beam users / Tara McGinley
  • 16 / Vintage sexist guide on ‘How to be a Super Secretary’ / Paul Gallagher
  • 16 / ‘Back in the New York groove’: Say hello to 70s UK teenage glam rockers Hello / Cherrybomb
  • 16 / Killing Joke, Nick Cave, The Damned & Billy Idol lip-synching for their lives on 80s television / Cherrybomb
  • 16 / ‘Product of America’: Members of the Germs and Meat Puppets resurrect a Phoenix punk band from 1978 / Ron Kretsch
  • 15 / ‘Trials of Eyeliner’: The massive new 10 CD Marc Almond box set is best of the season / Richard Metzger
  • 15 / Salvador Dali goes to Hell: Astounding illustrations for Dante’s ‘Inferno’ / Paul Gallagher
  • 15 / Leon Russell’s groovy Terry Gilliam-esque animated promo for ‘Roll Away the Stone’ / Martin Schneider
  • 15 / Japan’s fantastic museum of rocks that look like faces / Martin Schneider
  • 15 / Obscure punk & fuzz by all-girl bands from the 1970s (because girls fucking rule!) / Cherrybomb
  • 15 / Bleak paintings that portray the daily challenges of being ‘human’ / Cherrybomb
  • 14 / Photographer recreates pics he took nearly four decades ago—with the same people / Martin Schneider
  • 14 / Behind the scenes with John Waters, Johnny Depp, Iggy Pop and Traci Lords on the set of ‘Cry-Baby’ / Martin Schneider
  • 14 / Three Imaginary Boys: The Cure back in the 1970s when they were still teenagers / Cherrybomb
  • 14 / Blood and Guts in High School: Beautiful and surreal illustrations for science text books / Paul Gallagher
  • 14 / ‘A Pig is a Pig’: Wendy O. Williams on sexism and female objectification in 1981 / Cherrybomb
  • 14 / Nostalgic glass bongs for people of a certain age / Tara McGinley
  • 14 / The inexplicably ubiquitous phenomenon of ‘woods porn’ / Christopher Bickel
  • 11 / ‘Smash the System’: Luke Haines’ new album is the perfect soundtrack for what just happened / Richard Metzger
  • 11 / ‘The Love Witch’: Sex magick meets pussy power in occult movie mindbender / Marc Campbell
  • 11 / Antique erotic cigarette cases from the early 20th century / Cherrybomb
  • 11 / Dancing on the grave of civilization (New York in the 80s & why I refuse to remove my boogie shoes) / Marc Campbell
  • 11 / Kinky erotic portraits of Yukio Mishima / Paul Gallagher
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