“He was Half Out of Sci-fi Rock and Half Out of the Japanese Theater”

David Bowie on Ziggy Stardust

Reminisce Over This

Botany Boys, Thought of Many Ways, 1995

— @TheNameIsJerald

Listen Below: Planet of Sound, Parquet Courts, Jimi Goodwin, and Pulled Apart by Horses



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Die Antwoord Being Die Antwoord

Their new video for “PITBULL TERRIER” is something else.

Morning Dose of Rodents on Turntables

Created by Division of Labor

RAST RFC – Across West 3rd Street


With each track, this debut mixtape from RAST RFC gets better and better to the point where you don’t even realize that it’s looped. The most honest music we’ve heard in a minute.

Required Listening For Anyone Wearing Birkenstocks or Tevas This Summer

Sorry guys, but that’s just the way it goes. You gotta respect the heritage of the style that you’re so fashionably wearing.

“Waiting All Night,” from Phish’s new, upcoming studio album ‘Fuego’

Reminisce Over This

D-Shot ft. E-40 & Mac Shawn, Call Me on the Unda, 1996

— @TheNameIsJerald

M.I.A. & The Partysquad – Double Bubble Trouble

Haunted Hearts – Up Is Up (But So Is Down)


Haunted Hearts is Dee Dee Penny (Dum Dum Girls) and Brandon Welchez (Crocodiles). The couple’s first full-length album, Initiation, is out May 27th on Zoo Music

Reminisce Over This

The Click, Hurricane, 1995

— @TheNameIsJerald

Johnny Ramone was Nixon Republican


A brief history of conservative and libertarian punk rock

Reminisce Over This

Master P, When They Gone, 1995

— @TheNameIsJerald

Kool Keith – Where I’m At


Demolition Crash is out on Junkadelic Music on May 27th

via, @MandiLennard

Morning Dose of an Important Message From KRS-One

Riddim Section

Bounty Killer, Cellular Phone

Reminisce Over This

Newcleus, Jam On It, 1984

— @TheNameIsJerald

Mogwai – “Simon Ferocious”

Directed by Antony Crook

Riddim Section

Barrington Levy, Here I Come (live on The Old Grey Whistle Test, 1984)

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