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February, 2014
  • 28 / An amusing response to a sexist advertisement / Paul Gallagher
  • 28 / Who Are You: Did Keith Moon play drums on a 1976 ‘Doonesbury’ novelty record? / Martin Schneider
  • 28 / ‘The most important Irish poet since Yeats’: Vintage doc on Nobel Prize-winning poet, Seamus Heaney / Paul Gallagher
  • 28 / Controversial male political figures reimagined as fabulous drag queens / Martin Schneider
  • 28 / The Triadic Ballet: Eccentric Bauhaus ballet brilliance or is it Germanic Maude Lebowski art shit? / Amber Frost
  • 28 / Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson takes to the skies with world’s largest airship / Paul Gallagher
  • 28 / Own the Ten Commandments, no big whoop / Ron Kretsch
  • 27 / ‘Sleeping in a Jar’: Amazing naughty Frank Zappa animation from the late 60s / Richard Metzger
  • 27 / Bruce Willis defends ‘Hudson Hawk’ for twenty-nine goddamn minutes / Martin Schneider
  • 27 / Not the best kind of product placement: Teen f*cks a Hot Pocket® on Vine, becomes famous / Richard Metzger
  • 27 / No one did ‘juvenile delinquent greaser Americana’ in the 50s and 60s quite like the Swiss / Amber Frost
  • 27 / ‘Swimming through a diamond’ with artist Bridget Riley / Paul Gallagher
  • 27 / Trust The Witch: Lydia Lunch, this week on ‘The Pharmacy’ / Tara McGinley
  • 27 / Cheer up with your very own Mark Lanegan bobblehead / Martin Schneider
  • 27 / Fitness guru Richard Simmons’ brain-bending TV parodies / Ron Kretsch
  • 27 / ‘Bad Poems About Sad Sex Workers’ is your new favorite anthology of verse / Amber Frost
  • 26 / ‘Wear Something Gold’: Sly Stone’s 1974 wedding at Madison Square Garden / Martin Schneider
  • 26 / Irate woman calls 911 over raw waffles / Tara McGinley
  • 26 / How to Get Girls through Hypnotism: The Story of Gleaming Spires / Heather Drain
  • 26 / Fabulous covers from the ‘Golden Age’ of Lesbian pulp fiction 1935-65 / Paul Gallagher
  • 26 / The early jazz album covers of Andy Warhol / Martin Schneider
  • 26 / Siouxsie and the Banshees’ greatest lineup in concert, July 1981 / Ron Kretsch
  • 26 / Ill ‘Legit’: An extremely personal appreciation of one of television’s most unusual comedies / Richard Metzger
  • 25 / Everything you always wanted to know about Samuel Beckett, but couldn’t be bothered to ask / Paul Gallagher
  • 25 / John Waters and Jeff Koons on good taste, bad taste and beyond taste / Richard Metzger
  • 25 / Amusing TV commercial for Lou Reed’s sleazy ‘Sally Can’t Dance’ album, 1974 / Richard Metzger
  • 25 / Biggie Beethoven: The Notorious B.I.G. meets Ludwig van B. (NSFW) / Tara McGinley
  • 25 / On directing ‘Blow-Up’: ‘I am not God, but I am Michelangelo Antonioni’ / Paul Gallagher
  • 25 / This is not origami: Beautiful hand-made paper birds by Diana Beltrán Herrera / Ron Kretsch
  • 25 / Take a creative writing course with William Burroughs / Paul Gallagher
  • 25 / Attention Sci-Fi geeks, your work day is shot: Decades’ worth of ‘Starlog’ magazine available in PDF / Martin Schneider
  • 25 / What no pastrami?!: Egg cream scented candles from Katz’s deli / Marc Campbell
  • 24 / Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt’s ‘Oblique Strategies,’ the original handwritten cards / Martin Schneider
  • 24 / ‘Self-expression is evil’: The mind-boggling beauty of David Thomas and two pale boys / Marc Campbell
  • 24 / In the Flesh: Blondie live in Asbury Park, NJ, 1979 / Richard Metzger
  • 24 / ‘So You’re Dead; Now What?’: RIP Harold Ramis / Ron Kretsch
  • 24 / Nuclear yuks: ‘Original Canned Radiation’ gag product is purest 1979 / Martin Schneider
  • 24 / John Lydon’s rallying call to youth: ‘Learn how to beat this system intelligently’ / Paul Gallagher
  • 24 / The Rolling Stones debut ‘Sympathy for the Devil’ in an almost *scary* British TV appearance, 1968 / Richard Metzger
  • 24 / When tumbleweeds attack: Woman has nervous breakdown driving through sagebrush armageddon / Tara McGinley
  • 24 / Watch a teenage Mike Patton and pals at Mr. Bungle’s high school talent show / Ron Kretsch
  • 24 / Pot protection: Cannabis-flavored condoms / Tara McGinley
  • 24 / Spalding Gray’s brief hardcore career / Amber Frost
  • 24 / The intensely colorful fashion photography of Tejal Patni / Martin Schneider
  • 21 / Cornball 1974 TV commercial for live David Bowie album / Richard Metzger
  • 21 / The Cuddlification of Cthulhu / Kimberly J. Bright
  • 21 / Ill-conceived ‘Too Cool To Do Drugs’ pencils are BACK! / Tara McGinley
  • 21 / Nina Simone calls for ‘Revolution’ at the Harlem Cultural Festival, 1969 / Richard Metzger
  • 21 / The 10-year-old who claimed to be a dwarf when police caught him driving steals a car AGAIN / Tara McGinley
  • 21 / Good: Meet Plastics, Japan’s New Wave Pioneers / Richard Metzger
  • 21 / I Got You, God: Sonny and Cher pimp The Bible, 1970 / Tara McGinley
  • 21 / Punk poet John Cooper Clarke, this week on ‘The Pharmacy’ / Tara McGinley
  • 21 / ‘Show Biz Babies’ vintage toys of The Monkees, The Mamas and the Papas, Bobbie Gentry and more / Martin Schneider
  • 20 / ‘Good lord, I feel like I’m dyin’: The Allman Brothers Band at Fillmore East, 1970 / Richard Metzger
  • 20 / Are we designed to be sexual omnivores? / Richard Metzger
  • 20 / Alternate universe movie posters / Tara McGinley
  • 20 / Maximum The Hormone: Batshit Japanese metal video / Richard Metzger
  • 20 / Derek Jarman plays Pier Paolo Pasolini in 1988 student film ‘Ostia’ / Martin Schneider
  • 20 / The Electric Prunes want to tell you all about the fabulous new ‘Wah-Wah’ pedal / Ron Kretsch
  • 19 / Acne bacterium is named after Frank Zappa, immediately releases four albums in gratitude / Martin Schneider
  • 19 / Riot Grrill: Take a bite out of the patriarchy / Tara McGinley
  • 19 / Dead Kennedys: ‘The Early Years,’ live and in the studio / Martin Schneider
  • 19 / When Jayne Mansfield met Jimi Hendrix / Paul Gallagher
  • 19 / Disco-tastic Italian Beatles medley from 1978 will melt your brain! / Martin Schneider
  • 19 / Domestikia: The gorgeously surreal animation of Jennifer Linton / Paul Gallagher
  • 19 / Beautiful artwork drawn with fire on skulls / Ron Kretsch
  • 18 / The Process Church of the Final Judgement: Revelations of an apocalypse cult / Tara McGinley
  • 18 / These appallingly low musician royalty checks are both amusing and depressing / Ron Kretsch
  • 18 / Meat tent: Because art is disgusting / Amber Frost
  • 18 / A capella heavy metal will incinerate the tyranny of talent and set the world free to rock / Ron Kretsch
  • 18 / IKEA’s Expedit line is biting the dust, and vinyl nuts aren’t happy about it / Martin Schneider
  • 18 / ‘Full House’ eerily re-imagined without the Olsen Twins / Tara McGinley
  • 18 / Edward Snowden action figure / Tara McGinley
  • 17 / Folk Hero: Gordon Lightfoot live ‘In Concert,’ 1971 / Richard Metzger
  • 17 / Hilarious, cutting tweets will get you up to speed on our inglorious U.S. presidents / Martin Schneider
  • 17 / J. G. Ballard: Undermining bourgeois certainties and ‘Empire of the Sun’ / Paul Gallagher
  • 17 / ‘Seizure’: Oliver Stone’s disowned directing debut / Richard Metzger
  • 17 / ‘Movies R Fun!’: R-rated movies drawn in the style of a children’s book / Tara McGinley
  • 17 / Norwegian mass murderer refuses to eat until prison upgrades his PlayStation console / Martin Schneider
  • 17 / Punk’s not dead, but… The Exploited’s Wattie suffers onstage heart attack / Ron Kretsch
  • 17 / The Kids in the Hall’s Scott Thompson has plenty to say about fruits / Ron Kretsch
  • 14 / Grace Jones in concert in ‘A One Man Show’ / Paul Gallagher
  • 14 / Send your sweetie one of Art Spiegelman’s ‘Nasty Valentine Notes’ / Martin Schneider
  • 14 / Witty, macabre playing cards comment on the fresh horrors of the Nazi concentration camps / Martin Schneider
  • 14 / New Slint documentary trailer released / Ron Kretsch
  • 14 / The most racist preacher in America? / Richard Metzger
  • 14 / Unhappy Valentine’s Day: Kim Gordon’s Break-Up Playlist / Kimberly J. Bright
  • 14 / Bark Psychosis, 20 years of Post-Rock: ‘Hex’ revisited / Ron Kretsch
  • 14 / ‘The Sands of Time’: Incredible photos from an African ghost town / Martin Schneider
  • 13 / Raw Power: James Williamson of The Stooges this week on ‘The Pharmacy’ / Tara McGinley
  • 13 / Solar Bears: Exclusive Valentine’s Day mix for Dangerous Minds / Paul Gallagher
  • 13 / The last known recording of Lennon & McCartney: ‘A Toot and a Snore in ‘74’ / Richard Metzger
  • 13 / Forget ‘Reefer Madness,’ 1938’s ‘Sex Madness’ is your new favorite moral panic film / Amber Frost
  • 13 / Nothing says ‘romance’ like a visit to a sewage treatment plant! / Amber Frost
  • 13 / A little ass music: Hieronymus Bosch’s 500-year-old butt song from hell / Ron Kretsch
  • 13 / Higher Ground: Transcendent Stevie Wonder PBS TV special from 1972 / Martin Schneider
  • 12 / No More Mister Nice Girl: Maggie Estep, RIP / Richard Metzger
  • 12 / Ichiban Bond: Gorgeous Japanese James Bond posters / Richard Metzger
  • 12 / What if we lived in a female-dominated society where women acted just like men? / Kimberly J. Bright
  • 12 / Bullets to the head, arrows to the chest—a twisted new photo series by artist Jon Burgerman / Ron Kretsch
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