Composite Steve
Bernie’s my guy

Bernie’s my guy

suicidewatch:

Mick Jones, Joe Strummer, and Jello Biafra

suicidewatch:

Mick Jones, Joe Strummer, and Jello Biafra

suicidewatch:

Television

suicidewatch:

Television

Currently on record player. 180 gram vinyl reprint of one the greatest rock n’ roll albums of all time. Essential.

Currently on record player. 180 gram vinyl reprint of one the greatest rock n’ roll albums of all time. Essential.

selfdefensefamily:

A little MENU bonus this month. 

Sometimes things don’t make sense for the TripCity format, which means they’ll have to wait for print. I stumbled across this piece we did with Paul Kirchner and thought, “I don’t want to wait.” 

It’s a homage to Paul’s strip The Bus, which ran in Heavy Metal for years and was dope the whole time. 

One of the coolest things about working in comics is working with people you look up to. MENU in particular has afforded me some opportunities I never thought I’d have. I’m grateful for that. 

This is a 4x4 landscape grid chopped into individual panels for easier reading on Tumblr. 

phonoselect:

It’s late so I’ll leave you with a nice haunting song!

theswinginsixties:

Van Morrison and Them

theswinginsixties:

Van Morrison and Them

fuckinrecordreviews:

Really, one of our favorite one liner reviews of all time. Reblogged from some tumblr named fuckinrecordreviews:

"Only idiots don’t own it now"

…and that was 1987!

TOO FUN TOO HUGE #1 February 1987  PATRICK AMORY & GEORGE BOULAKOS, Editors

BIG STAR review by Professor Boulakos

  • Belated birthday acknowledgement for Chris Bell (January 12, 1951 – December 27, 1978), not pictured and not on this album.
  • BIG STAR documentary available at Netflix as you read this.

(donation courtesy Klimt In Blue Smock)

zombiesenelghetto:

Talking Heads: David Byrne, photo by Gary Gershoff, May 1978

zombiesenelghetto:

Talking Heads: David Byrne, photo by Gary Gershoff, May 1978

Currently on record player. Cocaine by Dillinger, an often overlooked classic reggae album. This one goes out to @kevinseconds who I know has a mutual appreciation for one of the all time best reggae tracks, “Cocaine In My Brain”.

Currently on record player. Cocaine by Dillinger, an often overlooked classic reggae album. This one goes out to @kevinseconds who I know has a mutual appreciation for one of the all time best reggae tracks, “Cocaine In My Brain”.

that classic tip

that classic tip

favorite band

favorite band

phonoselect:

This maybe one of my favorite songs of all time, I love it when I wake up, when I’m walking and I like it before I go to bed, in fact I like it always.

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