Savoy Fuck Forever

August 19, 2012

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Pretty in Punk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you already have your limited edition Converse/Clash shoes and Sex Pistols oven gloves you’re probably at a loss about what to do with your discretionary income.

Well, fret no more…

“Another boring scarf? More mittens? We’re not gonna take it! And neither should you! Pretty in Punk salutes counterculture fashion with 25 entirely original designs inspired by fashion icons Vivienne Westwood and John Galliano, and punk legends. Indulge your girly side with the Ready Steady Go mini skirt, rebel with Feel the Pain wrist cuffs, or channel your inner rock star with the very same Mohawk hat Depeche Mode’s Martin Gore wears on stage. Whether you’re new to knitting or a veteran desperately seeking patterns with an edge, you’ll find projects here for every mood and every genre. With step-by-step instructions, helpful technical illustrations and intarsia graphs, plus high-fashion photos of all the finished projects, Pretty in Punk is the only authority on anti-authority knitting.”

“The only rule is don’t be boring and dress cute wherever you go. Life is too short to blend in.” – Paris Hilton

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“There are only two choices. A world with an eight-track museum and a world without an eight-track museum.  I choose with.”

- Former Tiny Tim manager, Bucks Burnett.

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Hell is other people?

July 8, 2007

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“Crowd Porn 2″ by xtrapop (from the “Coachella Porn – Dante’s Orgy” series)

The idea that the Red Hot Chilli Peppers could inspire anything but catalepsy in an audience is beyond both my belief and understanding but, sometimes, it takes a photograph to show you what is in front of your eyes.
For me, this beautiful photo series of crowd scenes at Coachella, by Flickr member xtrapop (a.k.a. Thomas Brodahl), immediately brings to mind the listless rutting depicted in the orgy scene of the movie “Perfume” rather than Dante’s diabolical torments.

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Zabina

May 16, 2007

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Cover artwork for Whitehouse ‘Racket’, by Stefan Danielsson.

When it comes to album cover art, William Bennett of Whitehouse has the uncanny ability to consistently work with artists whose work I immediately and unreservedly fall in love with – Trevor Brown, Romain Slocombe and now, for the forthcoming “Racket”, Stefan Danielsson.

Luckily for me Stefan has a blog which features lots of high quality scans of his work. Though my art budget is small I presently own a brace of Trevor Brown originals and more Romain Slocombe prints than I currently have room to hang. I look forward to adding some of Stefan’s work to my collection in the near future.

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An excellent promotional video for “We are the massacre” by World’s End Girlfriend.

I’ve been listening to a lot of World’s End Girlfriend (a.k.a. Katsuhiko Maeda) lately and this video perfectly complements the beautiful track from his 4th album, “The Lie Lay Land” (2005).

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“Gaahl of Gorgoroth” by Peter Beste (2003)

“You are what you came from.
It is your mission to go forth and to grow – to stay awake and to whisper.”
Gaahl

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An interesting island

January 20, 2007

“Did you know there’s a girls’ school with 400 girls just round the corner? Very nice, I’ll tell you, it really is lovely. I mean they’re so beautiful those little girls are. My conscience won’t let me tamper – feel I might damage their lives if I do anything.”

A short, but unusual, 1974 interview with Brian Eno. Conducted by then journalist Chrissie Hynde.

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Resolved

January 1, 2007

“Know from henceforth that for the kind of person whom destiny calls the ordinary rules of life are reversed and become quite different. Good and evil are transferred to another and higher plane, then virtues which might be applauded in an ordinary person would in you become vices, simply because they would only be the source of obstacles and ruin.

“While the great law of the world is not to do this, or that, to avoid one thing, or pursue another: it is to live. To enlarge and develop our most active and sublime qualities in such a way that from any sphere we can always strive to reach another one that is wider and more airy, more elevated. Do not forget that.

“Go straight ahead. Simply do as you please insofar as it serves your interests. Leave weakness and scruple to the petty minds and to the rabble of underlings. There is only one consideration worthy of you: the elevation and greatness of yourself.”

- Boyd Rice “Some Colussus” (extract).

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Completion

October 18, 2006

Just turned up on Dime-A-Dozen, a performance length video of Whitehouse recorded live in the United States earlier this year, namely:

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05 mar 06
bar – new haven, usa

william bennett, philip best

avalanche, dans, ruthless babysitting, cruise (force the truth), philosophy improv, nzambi ia lufua, cut hands has the solution, munkisi munkondi, a cunt like you, tit pulp, why you never became a dancer, movement 2000

This one is not yet available officially from Susan Lawly. The performance was videotaped but I have no reason to believe that this is the “official” recording.

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