“When they feel very content they purr towards each other, and the ones we raised would purr to us.”Posted: October 29, 2013
A weekly appreciation of classic film and television soundtracks.
Morphine with “Mile High” from the Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead soundtrack.
Lucian Perkins’ photo book Hard Art: DC 1979 documents four early punk and hardcore shows in Washington DC in 1979.
In 1979, a soon-to-erupt punk scene took hold in Washington, DC, with trailblazer bands like the Bad Brains, Trenchmouth, Teen Idles, the Untouchables, and the Slickee Boys, among others. Lucian Perkins, later a Pulitzer Prize–winning photojournalist for The Washington Post, was then an intern who photographed several pivotal and electrifying shows. His now-iconic photos are complemented by punk rock musicians Alec MacKaye’s narrative and Henry Rollins’ essay.
More photos here.
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Long-awaited Courtney Love autobiography finally has a publication date. The 400-page memoir will be published on 1 December.
“Nothing is off limits, not her relationship with Billy Corgan and Trent Reznor, nor her engagement to Ed Norton,” said a spokesperson for the publisher, Macmillan. “While she doesn’t shy away from tales of excess, Courtney also goes deeper, offering unique insights into the modern rock culture she helped shape.”
Photo: Paola Kudacki