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Kim Gordon and The Sonic Youth Rock Indé, Hard Rock, Pop Rock, Kim Gordon, New Wave, Illustration Photo, Illustrations, Good Music, My Music

Sonic Youth. They're the best and they know it....and it's not annoying. At all.

Posts about Peter Milne Nick Cave and Rowland S Howard after Birthday Party gig written by Dr Marcus Bunyan Nick Cave, Susie Cave, Rowland S Howard, Dr Marcus, Heroin Chic, The Bad Seed, New Romantics, Punk Goth, Post Punk

Rowland S Howard – Art Blart

Posts about Rowland S Howard written by Dr Marcus Bunyan

Rowland S Howard - happy times . Rowland S Howard, The Bad Seed, Nick Cave, Indie Kids, Gothic Rock, Punk Goth, The Clash, Music Mix, Post Punk

crime and the city solution | Tumblr

Tumblr is a place to express yourself, discover yourself, and bond over the stuff you love. It's where your interests connect you with your people.

Cherry Red are reissuing Shotgun Wedding, the 1991 album by Rowland S. Howard and Lydia Lunch. Howard rose to prominence as guitarist in The Birthday Party before joining Crime And The City Solution and co-founding These Immortal Souls. Cowgirl Wedding, Wedding Bride, Rustic Wedding, Camo Wedding Dresses, Lace Weddings, Vintage Weddings, Rowland S Howard, Country Wedding Decorations, Country Weddings

Rowland S. Howard and Lydia Lunch's ragged rock 'n roll classic Shotgun Wedding reissued - FACT Magazine

Cherry Red are reissuing Shotgun Wedding, the 1991 album by Rowland S. Howard and Lydia Lunch. Howard rose to prominence as guitarist in The Birthday Party before joining Crime And The City Solution and co-founding These Immortal Souls. He also made...

Richard Kern's Wild East Village Photographs at Fortnight Institute Photos Underground Film, New York Girls, Lower East Side, East Village, Queens, The Outsiders, Photographs, Cinema, Waves

Richard Kern's Wild East Village Photographs at Fortnight Institute

Long before his louche Instagrams and series like "New York Girls," Richard Kern was a land artist who moved from North Carolina to New York, documenting his forays into the city with a Polaroid camera. As it soon turned out, he preferred the wilderness of the Lower East Side to that of the South: His apartment on E. 3rd St. became home to bloody photo shoots of individuals in various states of undress, which he documented alongside hang-outs with friends like Lydia Lunch and drug busts…