December 29, 2008

bruno s.

watch the video of bruno s. singing "mamatschi" here


If you like photojournalism this is the mother load of 2008:
Here - NYTimes

December 27, 2008

Rolling Stones -

live at knebworth 76 goats head soup track billy preston keeps it all together.

Rolling Stones - Goats Head Soup TV Commercial

December 26, 2008

A Spaniard in the Works

some guy reads from his book...and something completely different.

Boys - Beatles

December 22, 2008

December 19, 2008

Alright, but keep it under control or Techno Viking will have to regulate:

Thanks Justin for the archive of music I'll dance to like this:

December 18, 2008

Arthur Lee Live 1990 - Everybody's Gotta Live

no reason in particular just love this song. saw arthur sing this song in brooklyn in 2003 it ruled . happy holidays!

December 17, 2008


Sheffield-Jersey Line:


We Want To See Santa Do The Mambo -Terry Fell & The Fellers
Under Me Sleng Teng -Wayne Smith
Maculae -The Fibbonaccis
Only After Dark -Human League
Paula (Demo) -Pulp
The Light 3000 (smiths) -Schneider TM & KPT.michi.gan
Bennington -John Maus
Into The Garden -Artery
bull in the heather -ladies who lunch
Bless the Selector -Colonel Mite
freeze -tangible
Traveling Thru New Jersey -Max & Ada Rogoff
Jersey O Matic -Ill Ease
Not A Substitute- Jay Reatard
white russian -Lo-Bat
Yellow Lens -Yuppster
Parisian Goldfish (dancefloor dale) -Flying Lotus
Palmitos Park -El Guincho
Progress of Elimination -Boss
Mirando -Ratatat
Our Lady Of Mistery -Retina.IT
Dangerous -O.C. feat. Big L

Let's Get Pink:


Like This -Fifth Column
With You in Mind -Yussuf Jerusalem
Aliens In Our Midst -The Phantom Payn
cracked mirror -moev
Booth -Fish & Roses
Untitled -Variete
Portofino -Teengirl Fantasy
Swiss Ambulance -Pink Stallone
Girls Gone Wild -Captain Ahab
A Song From Under The Floorboards -Magazine
brain thieves -Wreckless Eric
no doubt -Jean Grae
Smell Memory -Múm

1-Hour Mood Swing Regimen:


jumangi -Animalmonster
Holiday Camp -Blancmange
04 2 baroque refuge -bernard xolotl
Deeper -Boss
Gunsmoke -The Coup
Roxanne Running (die meister xterminator krew mix) -Roxanne Shante
Pisstank -the Babysitter Touched Me (remix) -Duran Duran Duran
Goddamit, you've got to be kind -Third Eye Foundation
Elastique -Charlotte Gainsbourg
Let's Spend the Night Together -Claudine Longet
Pegion Rock -Sister Nancy
Molecule Dance -Bernard Fevre
Race Track Version -Dub Specialist
Wha'pen -Sir Lord Comic
Rectangle -Jacno
Counterpoint -The Boneschi Electronic Combo (Giampiero Boneschi)
Hurry Up -96 Eyes

December 16, 2008

Wooden Shoe Books
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Part of the
Philosophy series on

The collective gets its name from the "sabot" (French for "wooden shoe"). French peasants often resisted early industrial capitalism by tossing their wooden shoes into the gears of a factory machine, in order to get a break after having worked long hours.[2]
The early founders of the Wooden Shoe collective were members of Philadelphia Solidarity (PS), a group of labor-orientated libertarian socialists. Along with others interested in working-class struggle, PS opened the store in December 1976. It was located on 112 South 20th street, right near Sansom Street, in Philadelphia.
The store was vandalized on October 8, 1978. Members of the collective flooded the store’s floor with water, ruining most of the inventory. The Wooden Shoe on 20th and Sansom burnt to the ground on February 12, Ash Wednesday, 1997 in an electrical fire.
As of December 2006, The Wooden Shoe's application for 501(c)3 status with the Internal Revenue Service to become a non-profit organization was approved.
[edit]See also


Bush shoe-thrower 'tortured'

The two shoes narrowly missed the US president as he gave a news conference in Baghdad
An Iraqi journalist arrested after throwing his shoes at the US president has been tortured during his detention, his brother has said.

Muntazer al-Zaidi, who called George Bush "a dog" during his attack, was beaten by security guards after his arrest, Durgham al-Zaidi told Al Jazeera on Tuesday.

"We know that [Muntazer] has been tortured and his hand was broken. I asked them to go and check on him in the Green Zone [in Baghdad]," he said.

Al-Baghdadia television, Muntazer's employer, reported that al-Zeidi had been "seriously injured" while in custody.

The channel has urged the Iraqi government to allow lawyers and the Iraqi Red Crescent to visit him.

The Iraqi military has denied that al-Zaidi has been mistreated while in detention.

'Handed to judiciary'

Al-Zaidi has admitted "aggression against a president" during an appearance before a judge, a judicial spokesman said on Tuesday.

In video

Iraqis back Bush attacker
"Al-Zaidi was brought today before the investigating judge in the presence of a defence lawyer and a prosecutor," Abdul Satar Birqadr, a spokesman for Iraq's High Judicial Council, said.

"He admits the action he carried out."

The referral of the case to the Iraqi judiciary is usually the first stage of review proceedings that could lead to a criminal trial being held.

Al-Zaidi will remain in custody until the judge has completed his investigation, Birqadr said.

The court may send him for trial under a clause in the Iraqi penal code that makes it an offence to try to murder Iraqi or foreign presidents.

The sentence could be up to 15 years jail, Birqadr said.

Support for attack

Al-Zaidi's attack on Bush, who ordered the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, has been met with broad support across the Arab world.

Iraqis calling for al-Zaidi's release from custody held a second day of protests on Tuesday, with hundreds of students marching in Baghdad.

The demonstrations came a day after thousands of people turned out in Baghdad's Sadr City in a show of support for al-Zaidi.

But the Iraqi government on Monday called al-Zaidi's outburst against Bush a "barbaric and ignominious act".

The outgoing US leader, who was making a surprise visit to Baghdad, had just told reporters that while the war in Iraq was not over "it is decisively on its way to being won," when al-Zeidi hurled abuse - and his footwear - at Bush.

Bush, who had been giving a joint press statement with Nuri al-Maliki, the Iraqi prime minister, ducked behind a podium as the shoes narrowly missed his head.

In Arab culture, showing the soles of the feet is a sign of contempt and the shoe-throwing incident is a reminder of the widespread opposition to the US-led invasion.

Bush's visit to the Iraqi capital came just 37 days before he hands the presidency over to Barack Obama, who has vowed to withdraw troops from Iraq.


Now that I've seen all the Tom Baker Dr. Who episodes I can get my hands on, before I dive into the John Pertwee and Bill Hartnell years, I think I need to spend some time with this series:

(dude at 2:09!)
by the way, 'let the right one in' was fucking great.

December 15, 2008

miriam makeba, "kilamanjaro"

really feelin this lady lately. she died during a performance in italy in november. that's a good way to go out, right? just doin' your thing to the literal end. NY times has a nice obit, including details such as marriages to stokely carmichael and hugh masakela:

(rubens, if you're still stopping by here, i think you will like this clip!)

December 14, 2008

feliz navidad

This simple

This is it. I'm convinced this is an example of one of the most wonderful goals in life. It's this simple.

December 12, 2008

Dillinger - Crabs in My Pants

"My name is ball of fire, and I've got crab in my underpants."

Steve Winwood - While You See A Chance

this is what i'm saying right now - reds knows what i'm talking about.

December 11, 2008

Johnny Pal does a Texas Tornadoes classic on the Big Island

Just in case the vid Justin posted bums you out. Not all drugs are bad, result in sadness. I'm sure the reefer paved Johnny Pal's rode to this precise and very positive vibe he is beaming out to us from Hawaii. Grab hold of your friends during this recession and love. Life goes all the way. Shaka, brah!

Law and Disorder in Philadelphia

Thanks to Will Pym
check out Reds in part 4.
"They killin cats"

December 8, 2008

Earth & Fire - Memories

This is one of my fantasy camp bands. I'd love to be right there jamming hard on this tune. So perfect.

December 5, 2008

The Stains - The Professionals

I also just saw a 1981 film. Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains

"We're the Stains and we don't put out" hell yeah!!

Heartbeeps clip - Party is busted!

just watched this movie with my dad this movie is so strange and bad and then kind of great. andy kaufman and bernadette peters from 1981

December 4, 2008

Elton John - Grimsby (Old Grey Whistle Test 1974)

reggie (and bernie) writes nothin' but the hits nothin' but the m-f-'ng hits

also check out david foster talkin' gangsta about how "Cash Rules Everything Around Me"