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sep 2014: hello people this kind of turned into a personal blog, my sincere apologies.
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R.I.P. The 2976 American people that lost their lives on 9/11 and R.I.P. the 48,644 Afghan and 1,690,903 Iraqi and 35,000 Pakistani people that paid the ultimate price for a crime they did not commit

shitty phonepics of what i got up to the last few days

played one of the best gigs in our 4 year existence, nice big stage, perfect sound and alright crowd. ended up at the birthday party of a mate’s brother with free beers and got very drunk. glad ive got my life back after one month of locking myself up for my exams.

someone on facebook once called pete doherty disgusting and i replied with this video

mgira replied to your post:le guess who? has a pretty amazing line-up with…


yeah it’s in holland but i might just cross the border, waiting for the day schedules!

le guess who? has a pretty amazing line-up with sleaford mods, wreckless eric, swans, wire, savages, einstürendze niebauten, cloud nothings, iceage, the vaselines, etc


The Strokes at Hammerstein Ballroom, NYC 10/31/01


human sadness is the five stages of grief. the song has five distinct parts - denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. that’s why this feels so familiar. holy shit. i’m at a loss for words. i didn’t know music could do this


Julian Casablancas + The Voidz - Human Sadness

dublin better be an alright city 


The Stranglers performing "Nice`N`Sleazy" accompanied by strippers at Battersea Park, London, in 1978.

“…Burnel: The Battersea Park incident was completely misinterpreted. I was living with my girlfriend, Tracy, who shared her flat with a stripper called Linda. When we became the focus of attention, right-on shops such as Rough Trade banned our records, saying they were sexist and misogynist. So Linda said: “Look, I’ve got some friends who’d love to strip for you – to show we’re in control of our bodies.” So these girls stripped off on stage at Battersea during Nice’n’Sleazy and, of course, everyone thought we were being exploitative.
Black: The police inspector wanted everybody arrested, but he couldn’t find his coppers. They were all in the front row watching the show…”
(photos © Alan Perry)

Mark E. Smith, Antwerp 2/4/87.
Photo by Peter Staessens.


Mark E. Smith, Antwerp 2/4/87.

Photo by Peter Staessens.

Anonymous asked: You're the only person I follow who posts about football. Thank you!

yeah thanks, go follow scattered-all-across-the-sands and the-hacienda, good mix between football and good music. maybe footballsexandalcohol too, the football bits are good, the rest is well, not really what i’m looking for here on tumblr.

Anonymous asked: Do u have a crush in anyone from tumblr?

not really no