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crushin’ on 1984 jodie, y’all

crushin’ on 1984 jodie, y’all

"When Jimmy Page was rocking, I didn’t think he was rocking for guys. But there were definitely some bands I felt that way about, where I wasn’t invited to rock along with them. Like the white T-shirt, hardcore punk white guys. They were way meaner than the heavy metal bands and way meaner than some huge Harley Davidson guy with a beard who liked blues. When me and Kelley would get together and play these country songs at bars and truckstops, those big Harley Davidson guys would cry, man, it would move them. Whereas those white T-shirt hardcore boys were very hung up about what girls could do, in bands or otherwise … Now you’ve got guys like Ian MacKaye “saving” girls from the mosh pit. Hey man, fuck you. Girls know what they’re doing when they get in the pit. They don’t need you to save them."

— Kim Deal, The Breeders Leader Gets Pissed (Spin Magazine, April 1995)

Papo Colo, Superhuman 51 (1977)
“Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art” The Studio Museum, Harlem, NY

Papo Colo, Superhuman 51 (1977)

“Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art”
The Studio Museum, Harlem, NY

Derrick Adams, I Just Crush a Lot #1 (2011)
“Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art” The Studio Museum, Harlem, NY

Derrick Adams, I Just Crush a Lot #1 (2011)

“Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art”
The Studio Museum, Harlem, NY

LIVING MY LIFE

LIVING MY LIFE

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gelesterre:

Jonas Mekas Frame No.8, Deep of Winter Walden, 1968

gelesterre:

Jonas Mekas
Frame No.8, Deep of Winter
Walden, 1968