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militantweasel:

kropotkindersurprise:

Lawyers in Lahore, Pakistan, clashed violently with police as protest grew over the arrest of the country’s top judge, an independent-minded judge who had challenged the government on several cases.

Are some of them carrying black flags in the first GIF? I wish my solicitors were like this when I got nicked haha.

I fought the law and the law(yers) won ;)

"Looking For A Kiss" - The New York Dolls (demo, 1973)

When The New York Dolls signed their record deal in 1973, they got into the studio and recorded their entire repertoire in one-take demo cuts, in order to decide which songs to choose for their debut album. This original raw and clear studio recording (here from the compilation "A Hard Night`s Day", released in 2000), untouched by the hands of producers and even including chatter amongst the band members between the songs, captures the sound of The Dolls as it was meant to be heard: trashy, sloppy and sweaty rock`n`roll, as if it was taped in a crowded nightclub…

"…Everybody in tune? Are all you lovely young gentlemen in tune? You angels, you wonders of the universe?

When I say I’m in love, you best believe
I’m in love, L-U-V…”

"Looking For A Kiss" - The New York Dolls (opening of demo version)

18-09-2013: RIP Pavlos Fyssas, aka Killah P.
A year has passed since the murder of Pavlos Fyssas, the Greek antifascist hip hop artist and activist, also known as Killah P, who was stabbed to death by a neo-Nazi thug, member of Golden Dawn, the greek far right political party…
(photo via epocalibera.com: graffiti in memory of Pavlos Fyssas on the walls of the Polytechnic University in central Athens)

18-09-2013: RIP Pavlos Fyssas, aka Killah P.

A year has passed since the murder of Pavlos Fyssas, the Greek antifascist hip hop artist and activist, also known as Killah P, who was stabbed to death by a neo-Nazi thug, member of Golden Dawn, the greek far right political party…

(photo via epocalibera.com: graffiti in memory of Pavlos Fyssas on the walls of the Polytechnic University in central Athens)

"Have You Reached Yet" - CLAP (1972)

"…Cursed by birth, too late for the garage scene and too early for the punk revolution…" (via)

"…A definite lost gem amongst the pebbles of the 70’s garage rock scene, Clap blends a gritty Exile-era Stones flair with the sneer that so many of their garage-punk contemporaries brought to the table… There are hints of NYC pre-punk moves here but since the band was based in Southern California, the sea and sunshine mellow things out with a heavy dose of smoke and an easy strum…" (via)

"Head On" (Gegen Die Wand), directed by Fatih Akin (2004)

"…Dr. Schiller: If you want to end your life, end it. You don’t have to kill yourself to do that. End your life here and go somewhere else. Do something useful. Do something. Go to Africa. Help people.

Cahit Tomruk: Am I allowed to say something Doc? Are you nuts?…”

(gifs via, via & via, film still via)

Siouxsie Sioux photographed by Ray Stevenson in voyeuristic fetish clothing, wearing a peek-a-boo vinyl cupless bra, fishnet stocking, stilettos and a swastika armband, accompanied by Bromley Contingent mates Steven Severin and Debbie Juvenile at the Buzzcocks/Sex Pistols gig at Green On The Screen in August 1976.

(via)

Early `80s Finnish hardcore punks.

(…photos courtesy of kaiju-kaj, who was kind enough to submit this awsome stuff capturing moments from the everyday life of genuine hardcore punks in Finland of the early `80s, for my early-`80s-european-punk-scene project. What makes these documents even more valuable and amazing, is the fact that they`re part of kaiju-kaj`s family photo archive and infact it`s kaiju-kaj`s beautiful mom in photos 3, 4, 6 & 10, kaiju-kaj`s dad, singer of harcore punk band W.D.M., in photos 5 & 6 and kaiju-kaj`s uncle in photo 7, a true punk at a really young age!…)

For early `80s German punks, press 1.

For early `80s Italian punks, press 2.

For early `80s UK punks, press 3.

For early `80s French punks, press 4.

For early `80s Dutch punks, press 5.

For early `80s Swedish punks, press 6

For early `80s Greek punks, please hold…

rimbaudwasademonchild
rimbaudwasademonchild:

Chrissie Hynde and journalist Nick Kent at a Sex Pistols gig in February 1976. Photo by Joe Stevens. 

"On a double date with Kate Simon and I at Andrew Logan’s loft in Battersea to see the brand new Sex Pistols play his Valentine’s party in February 1976. My cameras came alive again. A fabulous evening! Chrissie was cleaning offices and living in a London squat. Next night we went to Ronnie Scott’s to hear Lionel Hampton." (x) 


Somebody help me take my eyes off Chrissie`s amazing sexy long legs…

rimbaudwasademonchild:

Chrissie Hynde and journalist Nick Kent at a Sex Pistols gig in February 1976. Photo by Joe Stevens.

"On a double date with Kate Simon and I at Andrew Logan’s loft in Battersea to see the brand new Sex Pistols play his Valentine’s party in February 1976. My cameras came alive again. A fabulous evening! Chrissie was cleaning offices and living in a London squat. Next night we went to Ronnie Scott’s to hear Lionel Hampton." (x)

Somebody help me take my eyes off Chrissie`s amazing sexy long legs…

The post punk/goth rock Killing Joke`s frequent use of shock tactics and controversial imagery resulted in the cancellation of an early `80s Glasgow gig, "…after the band put up concert posters featuring the image of a Catholic priest — widely believed to be Pope Pius XI but actually German abbot Albanus Schachleiter, photographed at the annual Nazi Party Convention in Nuremberg in September 1934 — appearing to return the salute of Nazi brownshirts.  It is an actual photograph, but clearly the band’s penchant for black humour was not shared in some circles…” (via)

The post punk/goth rock Killing Joke`s frequent use of shock tactics and controversial imagery resulted in the cancellation of an early `80s Glasgow gig, "…after the band put up concert posters featuring the image of a Catholic priest — widely believed to be Pope Pius XI but actually German abbot Albanus Schachleiter, photographed at the annual Nazi Party Convention in Nuremberg in September 1934 — appearing to return the salute of Nazi brownshirts.  It is an actual photograph, but clearly the band’s penchant for black humour was not shared in some circles…” (via)