Meat Is The Queen, Murder Is Dead


The Smiths is a new book of never-before-seen photographs of the influential band at their peak by Nalinee Darmrong with essays from Andy Bell of Erasure and music journalist Marc Spitz. Darmrong traveled with The Smiths during the Meat Is Murder and The Queen Is Dead tours in 1985–1986 capturing on-stage moments as well as more revealing candid shots. Some of the most interesting stuff is the ephemera – backstage passes, set lists, promo materials, clothing and letters. The book serves as a time capsule; chronicling everything about the much-loved Manchester bred voice of the ‘80s.
—Chris Black

“exorbitantly loud”


A man with a speaker van was arrested over the weekend in Queens after locals complained about music blasting in a junkyard.

Opaque Couché


The “World’s Ugliest Color”… as determined by 1,000 smokers.

“notes, diaries, documents, photographs, audiotapes and videotapes.”


Any inventory of items seized from Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch.

Just When You Thought You’ve Seen Everything…

Not even from Japan.


Free Love and Punctuation


Saying goodbye to the .

How Lo Can You Go


Tom Gould and Thirstin Howl the 3rd join forces for Bury Me With the Lo On, an in-depth exploration into the history of Lo Life culture and Polo collecting.

Whatever It Takes


Flier by Nathaniel Russell.

“I left, I did nothing, I returned.”


CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM is coming back to HBO for its ninth season.

Frenetic Aesthetic


Documenting the Architecture of Pot Shops

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Black Vans and Mind Control


Gangstalking in the USA.

“a magical bond”


Jennifer is a 30-something bartender who left her job to pursue a full-time Adult Breastfeeding Relationship (ABR).

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