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May, 2017
  • 19 / Guided by Voices make their drunken TV debut on ‘The Jon Stewart Show’ / Bennett Kogon
  • 19 / Some beauties and some beasts: Cheeky vintage photos of glamorous girls and gorillas / Cherrybomb
  • 19 / ‘Fixed It’: Portraits without a face / Paul Gallagher
  • 19 / Reporter by day, werewolf by night: ‘Wolf Guy,’ bizarre 70s Japanese horror gem starring Sonny Chiba / Bart Bealmear
  • 19 / The Apprehension Engine: The most terrifying musical instrument of all time / Christopher Bickel
  • 19 / This head of a serial-killing bandit has been preserved in a jar since 1841 / Paul Gallagher
  • 19 / Sun Ra’s recipe for Moon Stew / Oliver Hall
  • 19 / Amazing hand-painted movie posters by legendary Thai artist Tongdee Panumas / Cherrybomb
  • 18 / Disneyland’s mega-discotheque Videopolis was the ultimate 1980s dance party experience / Doug Jones
  • 18 / Cum for Me: Intimate photographs of men and women at the point of orgasm / Paul Gallagher
  • 18 / Medieval Death Bot shows the various terrible and horrible ways people died in the Middle Ages / Martin Schneider
  • 18 / The Jazzus Lizard exists, and it’s exactly what you think it is / Ron Kretsch
  • 18 / Crowning Glory: Incredible vintage photographs of beautiful and intricate Nigerian hairstyles / Paul Gallagher
  • 18 / ‘Do the Oz,’ John and Yoko’s benefit single (and hopeful dance craze) for OZ magazine / Oliver Hall
  • 17 / Rock n’ roll sex warriors: The motor-driven bimbos of Rockbitch / Ken McIntyre
  • 17 / John Thompson’s visionary artwork for Robert Anton Wilson’s ‘Cosmic Trigger’ / Martin Schneider
  • 17 / Rock is Hell: Meet GOD, the teenaged Australian punk rockers and their awesome one-hit wonder / Cherrybomb
  • 17 / ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’ trading cards / Paul Gallagher
  • 17 / Man has hilarious reaction to Ketamine while in hospital, now everyone will want to break their foot / Tara McGinley
  • 17 / Spastic Ono Band: Redd Kross’ Beatles/Yoko freak-out DID NOT AMUSE Beatlefest attendees, 1988 / Ron Kretsch
  • 17 / A bearded (!) Bryan Ferry covers the Velvet Underground after Jerry Hall dumps him for Mick Jagger / Bart Bealmear
  • 16 / Monsters, mayhem & lots of nudity: The gory erotic horror of Italian comic ‘Wallestein il Mostro ’ / Cherrybomb
  • 16 / Sound + Vision: David Bowie plays ‘Low’ in concert, 2002 / Martin Schneider
  • 16 / ‘Memorial Day 2000’: Disgusting ‘found footage’ classic of drunken hillbilly white trash insanity / Bennett Kogon
  • 16 / Demons, Imps, and Fay Wray: William Mortensen’s incredible masks / Paul Gallagher
  • 16 / ‘Spider’: New music from the amazing Celebration / Ron Kretsch
  • 16 / Set your phasers to WTF: Psychic medium claims to be channeling messages from the late Jeff Buckley / Cherrybomb
  • 15 / Punk, Patti Smith, William Burroughs & capitalism: A ‘conceptual conversation’ with RE/Search’s Vale / Richard Metzger
  • 15 / Superfuzz Bigmuff in New York City: Mudhoney rave-up at the Ritz, 1989 / Martin Schneider
  • 15 / When Tom Waits met William Burroughs / Richard Metzger
  • 15 / Happy Birthday Brian Eno: The non-musician on the importance of haircuts & more / Martin Schneider
  • 15 / Drawings of ‘mental illnesses’ from 1840 / Paul Gallagher
  • 15 / 24 Hour Partying People: Happy Monday, it’s the Happy Mondays! / Richard Metzger
  • 15 / Glam rockers Supernaut & their epic 70s jams about lollipops, ‘Space Angels’ & bisexuality / Cherrybomb
  • 12 / Breast-obsessed artist creates fluffy pink ‘Boobroom’ / Martin Schneider
  • 12 / ‘My Home Town’: The unexpected union of DEVO and ‘The Andy Griffith Show’ / Ron Kretsch
  • 12 / High-quality footage of the Cure playing New York City on their first U.S. tour, 1980 / Martin Schneider
  • 12 / Ornate Chinese opium pipes and other exotic drug paraphernalia of the 19th century / Cherrybomb
  • 12 / Hear a full confession from Tricky Dick on the novelty single ‘The Altered Nixon Speech,’ 1973 / Oliver Hall
  • 12 / ‘Rosebud’: Oddball 1971 album originally released by Frank Zappa’s label to be reissued / Bart Bealmear
  • 12 / Beautiful porcelain sculptures of women with animal heads / Paul Gallagher
  • 12 / ‘Brain Damage’: The greatest movie of the 1980s about a penis-shaped, drug-pushing brain-eater? / Christopher Bickel
  • 11 / At the Mountains of Madness: Enter the chaotic worlds of Rudimentary Peni’s Nick Blinko / Bennett Kogon
  • 11 / Read & Burn: Post-punk legends Wire get Cubist (and accidentally inspire Kanye West) live in 2004 / Martin Schneider
  • 11 / That time Neil from ‘The Young Ones’ released his ‘Heavy Concept Album’ / Paul Gallagher
  • 11 / Hell on Wheels: New York City’s subway system as seen in the 70s and 80s / Martin Schneider
  • 11 / Vintage violence and the ‘dance of death’: Wild images of the ‘Apache’ dancers of Paris / Cherrybomb
  • 11 / Everybody—even Dick Clark—knows that the bird is the word: The Trashmen on ‘American Bandstand’ / Ken McIntyre
  • 11 / The Cramps play some of their favorite singles on BBC radio, 1984 / Oliver Hall
  • 10 / The under water adventures of Australia’s most passionate golden showers enthusiast, ‘Troughman’! / Martin Schneider
  • 10 / The Monks: Hear a recently rediscovered song by the avant-garage punk 60s legends! / Richard Metzger
  • 10 / Artist loses his virginity to a space alien. Now he paints about it / Martin Schneider
  • 10 / ‘Blade Runner’: The Marvel Comics adaptation / Paul Gallagher
  • 10 / Troll Cakes: Give your favorite Internet troll a cake with their shitty comment on it / Tara McGinley
  • 10 / Stilettos and spankings: The impossibly buxom blondes of erotic illustrator Bill Ward / Cherrybomb
  • 10 / First look at the video for Thurston Moore’s New Age/No Wave single ‘Aphrodite’ / Richard Metzger
  • 10 / ‘REAL ACTUAL FILTH!’: Finally some John Waters movies in high def / Christian McLaughlin
  • 09 / The Fantastic Adventures of Mr. Rossi: The melancholy and oddly psychedelic children’s cartoon / Richard Metzger
  • 09 / Really scary helmet cam footage of a bear charging mountain bikers / Tara McGinley
  • 09 / Klark Kent, the punk band that Stewart Copeland of the Police had nothing whatsoever to do with / Martin Schneider
  • 09 / That time the FBI investigated the alleged murder of Trent Reznor / Cherrybomb
  • 09 / Woodcuts of Witches, Wizards and Devils / Paul Gallagher
  • 09 / Terrifying nuns looking down their noses at you / Cherrybomb
  • 09 / The low-watt spandex thrills of ‘Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills’ / Ken McIntyre
  • 08 / From comic book to art gallery: The brilliant and beautiful art of James Jean / Paul Gallagher
  • 08 / Horrifyingly detailed images of surgical procedures from the early 1800s / Cherrybomb
  • 08 / Stevie Nicks will fuck you up / Martin Schneider
  • 08 / Cowboy boot roller skates are a thing / Tara McGinley
  • 08 / ‘And Keith Haring on Magic Marker’: Keith Haring creates a mural onstage while Material get funky / Martin Schneider
  • 08 / There’s a Donald Trump pencil holder that can also be turned into a Trump ‘human centipede’ / Tara McGinley
  • 08 / Board game based on John Carpenter’s ‘The Thing’ looks AMAZING / Martin Schneider
  • 08 / A Beatles fan is hunting down all the original photos from the ‘Sgt. Pepper’s’ cover / Ron Kretsch
  • 05 / The Singer: Why Nick Cave is the greatest ‘serious’ rock musician of our time. Period. The End. / Richard Metzger
  • 05 / The wildly grotesque erotica of Japanese manga legend Suehiro Maruo / Cherrybomb
  • 05 / Murder, self-crucifixion & suicide by guillotine: Old-school paper ‘The Illustrated Police News’ / Cherrybomb
  • 05 / Creepy as hell silicone mask of a little girl / Tara McGinley
  • 05 / ‘Sifter’: Round Eye talks to Dangerous Minds about shooting their video in North Korea / Ron Kretsch
  • 05 / ‘Horror Comic Books’: A vintage news report on the evils of reading / Oliver Hall
  • 05 / Earliest known Plasmatics footage, unseen for decades, surfaces / Christopher Bickel
  • 05 / Leonard Nimoy speaks out: Why Spock approved of LSD and ‘dirty movies’ / Paul Gallagher
  • 04 / DEVO meet William Burroughs: ‘David Bowie would never make an audience shit their pants. We would.’ / Martin Schneider
  • 04 / ‘It’s Slade’: Glam rock’s fun-loving rowdies / Martin Schneider
  • 04 / ‘Till Death Do Us Part’: Ghoulish bride & groom serve their ‘severed heads’ as cake at their wedding / Cherrybomb
  • 04 / Body of prolific ‘White City’ serial killer H.H. Holmes to be exhumed / Martin Schneider
  • 04 / Inside the Batcave: A 1983 news report on the legendary London goth club / Oliver Hall
  • 04 / The White Stripes were no Donny & Marie / Martin Schneider
  • 04 / Neiman Marcus is selling destroyed high-top sneakers for ONLY $1,425! / Tara McGinley
  • 03 / Drugs, Money, Music, Family (and George Harrison?): Obscure Colorado label, Tumbleweed Records / Bart Bealmear
  • 03 / A young Primal Scream before ‘Screamadelica’: Live in London 1987 / Paul Gallagher
  • 03 / Finally, you can watch David Bowie and Iggy Pop’s daytime TV appearance on ‘Dinah!’ in full / Martin Schneider
  • 03 / Cat scratch fever: Yes, there is a DJ turntable so that cats can ‘scratch’ / Bennett Kogon
  • 03 / ‘A flying saucer landing in Heaven’: The ecstatic music of Alice Coltrane is revealed / Richard Metzger
  • 03 / Find the hidden dildo: Is ‘Subtle Dildo’ the new ‘Where’s Waldo?’ / Tara McGinley
  • 03 / ‘Blackout’ blinds turn windows into beautiful city skylines / Tara McGinley
  • 02 / Acid Mothers Temple’s cover of eerie ‘Twin Peaks’ song to be released next week / Martin Schneider
  • 02 / In the Court of the Talkshow King: Doc Severinsen covered King Crimson (in 1970!) and it’s amazing / Richard Metzger
  • 02 / The Son of Satan: That time Marvel Comics got into the Antichrist / Paul Gallagher
  • 02 / Horrible hair, animal remains & leather: Zodiac Mindwarp and the Love Reaction talk fashion in 1987 / Cherrybomb
  • 02 / Far-out sci-fi album art for ELO, Giorgio Moroder, Earth, Wind & Fire and more by Shusei Nagaoka / Cherrybomb
  • 02 / ‘Hellraiser’ Lament Configuration end table / Tara McGinley
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