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August, 2014
  • 07 / Get your luxurious goth on with the skeleton sculptures of Rome / Amber Frost
  • 06 / The Outsider: Colin Wilson’s Glass Cage / Paul Gallagher
  • 06 / Half Japanese ‘Overjoyed’ mini-doc features members of Sonic Youth, REM, and Velvet Underground / Ron Kretsch
  • 06 / ‘T’Ain’t Nobody’s Bizness’: Queer Blues Divas of the 1920s / Paul Gallagher
  • 06 / The inexplicable world of Asian ‘Hitler chic’ / Richard Metzger
  • 06 / Japanese entertainer Shokotan sports exotic cicada skin headdress / Tara McGinley
  • 06 / Holy relic of Detroit high energy rock: Fred ‘Sonic’ Smith & the mysterious lyrics of ‘City Slang’ / Oliver Hall
  • 06 / Your old discarded Windows 95 computer is stalking you / Martin Schneider
  • 06 / ‘The Genuine Imitation Life Gazette’: The Four Seasons’ unheralded masterpiece of vocal psych pop / Richard Metzger
  • 06 / (B)Lou’s on first? Dangerous Minds sparks clash between Blue Man Group and Lou Man Group! / Howie Pyro
  • 05 / Breast Man: Will Ferrell to play Russ Meyer in film about making of ‘Beyond the Valley of the Dolls’ / Richard Metzger
  • 05 / Dove, the Band of Love: DEVO’s Christian alter-ego / Ron Kretsch
  • 05 / Jon Lucien, ‘The Black Sinatra’ is the greatest soul singer you’ve probably never heard of / Richard Metzger
  • 05 / The Naked and the Tone Deaf: Norman Mailer sings? / Paul Gallagher
  • 05 / Disobedient Objects: How to make a tear gas mask & a bucket pamphlet bomb / Paul Gallagher
  • 05 / Soldiers’ gear through the centuries: So different, so similar / Martin Schneider
  • 05 / Thanks to science, we can now see music without the hallucinogens! / Amber Frost
  • 05 / You knew this would happen: The inevitable Worf-Joy Division mash-up T-shirt / Paul Gallagher
  • 05 / Headsmashing Chrome show live in Hamburg, June 2014 / Ron Kretsch
  • 04 / 1980s nightclub invitations from ‘Downtown’ New York / Richard Metzger
  • 04 / ‘Shut Up, Devil!’ smartphone app: The power to silence Satan ... in your pocket! / Tara McGinley
  • 04 / ‘Free Four’: The first Pink Floyd song to get significant FM radio airplay in America, 1972 / Richard Metzger
  • 04 / Demonic and dramatic handmade masks of dragons, owls and horned demons / Tara McGinley
  • 04 / Gordon’s Gin makes Gilbert & George very, very drunk / Martin Schneider
  • 04 / Karl Marxio Brothers: An 8-bit ‘Marxism for Dummies’ for the digital generation / Paul Gallagher
  • 04 / The happiest man in the entire world / Tara McGinley
  • 04 / Racist mechanical toys of the late 19th century / Amber Frost
  • 04 / Catch ‘Fifth Beatle’ Billy Preston in ‘Chopsticks,’ a Salinger-esque TV pilot about child prodigies / Martin Schneider
  • 04 / Smashing Pumpkins, live acoustic in Cleveland, 1991 / Ron Kretsch
  • 02 / Charlie don’t surf: Charles Manson meets the Beach Boys / Richard Metzger
  • 02 / Russian teenagers build ‘swimming’ pool in living room / Paul Gallagher
  • 01 / ‘My Name is New York’: NYC through the eyes of Woody Guthrie / Ron Kretsch
  • 01 / ‘Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red’: Spill of poppies commemorate fallen of First World War / Paul Gallagher
  • 01 / Soviet anti-war animation told entirely with wooden matches / Amber Frost
  • 01 / ‘The Negro Motorist Green Book’: An eye-opening look at ‘traveling while black’ in postwar America / Martin Schneider
  • 01 / Women taking photobooth ‘selfies’ from the 1900s to the 1970s (and beyond) / Paul Gallagher
  • 01 / This 1977 David Bowie outtake sounds just like Throbbing Gristle / Richard Metzger
  • 01 / Life-size Jarvis Cocker and Judi Dench cakes, anyone? / Tara McGinley
  • 01 / Laughing gimp mask with teeth is a f*cking nightmare / Tara McGinley
  • 01 / ‘48% Bug-eyed, unblinking, creepy staring’: Werner Herzog movies in chart form / Martin Schneider
  • July, 2014
  • 31 / ‘Samuel Beckett Motivational Cat Posters’ / Tara McGinley
  • 31 / The Long-Lost Go-Go’s: Elissa and Margot / Kimberly J. Bright
  • 31 / ‘Rumpole’ novelist John Mortimer defends Sex Pistols in ‘Bollocks’ trial, 1977 / Martin Schneider
  • 31 / How to have cybersex on the Internet, 1997 / Tara McGinley
  • 31 / Peaches sold as sexy butts / Tara McGinley
  • 31 / ‘The Mind Benders’: The true story behind the cult classic psychological thriller / Paul Gallagher
  • 31 / ‘RuPaul’s First Art Movie,’ sometime in the ‘80s / Amber Frost
  • 31 / A (Very Short) History of Tobacco / Sponsored Post
  • 31 / Lesley Gore on ‘Batman,’ 1967 / Ron Kretsch
  • 31 / Scriabin’s ‘Mysterium’: Music to destroy the universe / Oliver Hall
  • 30 / Cameron: Songs for the Witch Woman / Richard Metzger
  • 30 / Wild Gospel frenzy takes down the Playboy Mansion! / Howie Pyro
  • 30 / Christian televangelists listen to ‘Stairway to Heaven’ *forwards* hilarity ensues! / Tara McGinley
  • 30 / Watch Laurie Anderson’s dog Lolabelle improvise her own experimental music / Amber Frost
  • 30 / Replicas of the floating pink teddy bear from ‘Breaking Bad’ for sale / Tara McGinley
  • 30 / Legendary Fripp & Eno concert from 1975 will finally see official release / Ron Kretsch
  • 30 / United States of Jedi: Liam Lynch vs. ‘Star Wars’ / Paul Gallagher
  • 30 / Behold Apple’s hilariously AWFUL fashion line of 1986 / Martin Schneider
  • 30 / Dean Wareham covers Joy Division/New Order’s ‘Ceremony’ live on KEXP / Ron Kretsch
  • 29 / Klovn: Watch one of the funniest—and most outrageous—TV shows in the entire world. Ever / Richard Metzger
  • 29 / ‘Boomerang Kids’: Images of college graduates with huge debts who live with their parents / Tara McGinley
  • 29 / Buy your own DEVO Booji Boy mask / Martin Schneider
  • 29 / President Lyndon B. Johnson informs his tailor that his new pants must respect his ‘bunghole’ / Martin Schneider
  • 29 / Going Underground: Inside Melbourne’s storm drains / Paul Gallagher
  • 29 / Baseball general manager gets prostate exam (during game) singing ‘Take Me Out to the Ballgame’ / Martin Schneider
  • 29 / Reverend Horton Heat’s new video ‘Mad Mad Heart,’ a Dangerous Minds exclusive / Ron Kretsch
  • 29 / Portraits from Rome’s ‘dark movement’ scene of the 1980s / Amber Frost
  • 29 / Men in black: The Stranglers’ BBC documentary about the color black, 1982 / Oliver Hall
  • 28 / ‘The 10th Victim’: Violent, campy 1965 battle of the sexes satirizes reality TV decades in advance / Richard Metzger
  • 28 / When Wendy O. Williams guest-starred in an episode of ‘MacGyver’ / Tara McGinley
  • 28 / Homeless street kid is ‘math genius of Dapitan’ / Paul Gallagher
  • 28 / ‘Fancy Dress Balls’: Get a load of this Victorian-era cosplay / Tara McGinley
  • 28 / ‘Evil’: Aliens, synchronicity and world peace, the world catches up to the outsider sounds of Konrad / Richard Metzger
  • 28 / ‘March of the Juggalos’ narrated by Morgan Freeman / Tara McGinley
  • 28 / ‘Disco Beaver from Outer Space’: Impossibly rare National Lampoon HBO show from 1978! / Howie Pyro
  • 28 / Watch a cheeseburger dissolve in hydrochloric acid / Paul Gallagher
  • 25 / ‘My World Fell Down’: The oddest song The Beach Boys never recorded / Richard Metzger
  • 25 / ‘Game of Thrones’ blooper reel / Tara McGinley
  • 25 / William Burroughs on cover of National Examiner tabloid along with Burt Reynolds, Delta Burke / Richard Metzger
  • 25 / Animated sheet music for Miles Davis’ ‘So What’ / Tara McGinley
  • 25 / Proto-Atkins, suction & ‘the rack’: Weight-loss fads in 50s Britain were as stupid as they are now / Amber Frost
  • 25 / The Hawkwind sci-fi trilogy / Oliver Hall
  • 25 / Stanley Kubrick faked the Apollo 11 Moon landing? / Paul Gallagher
  • 25 / Magic mushrooms inspired Frank Herbert’s ‘Dune’ / Paul Gallagher
  • 24 / Color me disenchanted, ‘Coloring for Grown-Ups’ paints a bleak picture / Amber Frost
  • 24 / Aleister Crowley’s curried rice recipe / Richard Metzger
  • 24 / Awesome Alfred Hitchcock action figure unveiled at Comic-Con / Tara McGinley
  • 24 / The strange, but true, story behind the Beatles’ ‘She’s Leaving Home’ / Richard Metzger
  • 24 / Just a few really cool photos of Silver Apples’ homemade electronics rig, 1968 / Tara McGinley
  • 24 / The gleefully twisted absurdist animations of Chriddof / Ron Kretsch
  • 24 / De Stijl-styled wine bottles inspired by ‘The Simpsons’ / Amber Frost
  • 24 / ‘Torchwood’ star John Barrowman opens Commonwealth Games with same-sex kiss / Paul Gallagher
  • 24 / Be amazed at the amount of ‘booty’ one man hid up his ass / Paul Gallagher
  • 23 / ‘Recurring Dreams’: Homemade 1982 album sounds like Brian Eno playing the ‘Forbidden Planet’ theme / Richard Metzger
  • 23 / ‘Everything to the extreme’: Be a guest at one of Henry Miller’s dinner parties / Richard Metzger
  • 23 / ‘Pig Pile’: Big Black live on their final tour, with members of Wire, 1987 / Ron Kretsch
  • 23 / See Laibach’s almost terrifying final performance with Tomaž Hostnik, 1982 / Oliver Hall
  • 23 / The first film footage of Palestine circa 1896 / Paul Gallagher
  • 23 / David Lynch is now designing women’s sportswear! / Amber Frost
  • 23 / Hitler’s fake passport / Paul Gallagher
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