jessamineny:

ALL MY CONFUSION IS WAVING GOODBYE — JHO
Screenshot from the Soundchain broadcast with Zane Lowe

jessamineny:

ALL MY CONFUSION IS WAVING GOODBYE — JHO

Screenshot from the Soundchain broadcast with Zane Lowe

freundevonfreunden:

Brutalism: The Ugly Duckling
We recently read a great feature on the architectural movement of Brutalism in the late mid 20th century. The fortress-looking, dominating, structures with the bare concrete exteriors are considered the ugly ducklings of the architecture world.
Read the article here about the movement of raw materials, functionality and architectural strength.
Also, revisit Freunde von Freunden’s interview with architect Arno Brandlhuber who’s work has been influenced by the movement.

freundevonfreunden:

Brutalism: The Ugly Duckling

We recently read a great feature on the architectural movement of Brutalism in the late mid 20th century. The fortress-looking, dominating, structures with the bare concrete exteriors are considered the ugly ducklings of the architecture world.

Read the article here about the movement of raw materials, functionality and architectural strength.

Also, revisit Freunde von Freunden’s interview with architect Arno Brandlhuber who’s work has been influenced by the movement.

likeafieldmouse:

Julião Sarmento - Stain - Bite - Shoulder (1996)

likeafieldmouse:

Julião Sarmento - Stain - Bite - Shoulder (1996)

minoancorner:

Alabaster vessel. Shaft Grave IV of Grave Circle A, Mycenae.
Currently in the National Archaeological Museum of Athens.
Photo by Zde.

minoancorner:

Alabaster vessel. Shaft Grave IV of Grave Circle A, Mycenae.

Currently in the National Archaeological Museum of Athens.

Photo by Zde.

dotsandashes:

Blog: Thom Yorke, A Brain In A Bottle.

dotsandashes:

Blog: Thom Yorke, A Brain In A Bottle.

Thom Yorke | A Brain In A Bottle

(Source: ghostofleo)

maryjopeace:

DONALD CHRISTIE | JADE PARFITT | i-D MAGAZINE ISSUE NO. 171 | DECEMBER 1997

maryjopeace:

DONALD CHRISTIE | JADE PARFITT | i-D MAGAZINE ISSUE NO. 171 | DECEMBER 1997

karamazove:

Blue Train — John Coltrane

jehnnybeth:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Gemma Thompson. Guitar queen and dear friend <3

jehnnybeth:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Gemma Thompson. Guitar queen and dear friend <3

gotcaughtintheplaid:

So, the weather in Monterrey forced the cancellation of the gig last night. Here’s Dean’s commentary on the situation.

gotcaughtintheplaid:

So, the weather in Monterrey forced the cancellation of the gig last night. Here’s Dean’s commentary on the situation.

jehnnybeth:

'JEHNNY (SHOW ME THE MOON)' a song by JOHNNY HOSTILE
Let’s go straight to the point&#160;: the song ‘Jehnny (show me the moon)’ written by JOHNNY HOSTILE is an ode to my beautiful bottom! It was written by Johnny whilst I was on tour with Savages for the first time in America. He was in France working on new material and he called me to say he had written a song about my callipygian backside - what an honour! Few months later Johnny embarked on a six weeks American tour as main support for Savages and we released the song on Pop Noire records with an instrumental track on the b-side called ‘Del Rio’, in homage to the 70’s porn star Vanessa Del Rio. This record is a good example of Johnny’s fascination for women, his love for them in a sentimental and creative way. I think I will never stop being amazed by the amount of resources and open-mindedness he’s got to make the women/men relationship complete. Whoever gets a chance to reach his heart is truly lucky. Meeting him 10 years ago changed my life radically. He offered me to share everything with him - I mean&#160;: he REALLY offered me to share everything with him. He was intelligent, talented, erotic - engaging in life with a force and generosity I had never (and still haven’t) witnessed in anybody else before. As Pop Noire’s music main producer (Savages, Lescop, HTB, John &amp; Jehn) and co-founder of the label, these songs are a great introduction to his musical touch and private fantasy world.
You can listen to the songs here&#160;:
http://open.spotify.com/album/023UggmWWbA9uOq5Awi1ZL/1XcxjpWQgNMctjoXgCSTdg
This picture of me and him working in the studio together was taken last August by Tristane Mesquita who lives and works in Paris.

jehnnybeth:

'JEHNNY (SHOW ME THE MOON)' a song by JOHNNY HOSTILE

Let’s go straight to the point : the song ‘Jehnny (show me the moon)’ written by JOHNNY HOSTILE is an ode to my beautiful bottom! It was written by Johnny whilst I was on tour with Savages for the first time in America. He was in France working on new material and he called me to say he had written a song about my callipygian backside - what an honour! Few months later Johnny embarked on a six weeks American tour as main support for Savages and we released the song on Pop Noire records with an instrumental track on the b-side called ‘Del Rio’, in homage to the 70’s porn star Vanessa Del Rio. This record is a good example of Johnny’s fascination for women, his love for them in a sentimental and creative way. I think I will never stop being amazed by the amount of resources and open-mindedness he’s got to make the women/men relationship complete. Whoever gets a chance to reach his heart is truly lucky. Meeting him 10 years ago changed my life radically. He offered me to share everything with him - I mean : he REALLY offered me to share everything with him. He was intelligent, talented, erotic - engaging in life with a force and generosity I had never (and still haven’t) witnessed in anybody else before. As Pop Noire’s music main producer (Savages, Lescop, HTB, John & Jehn) and co-founder of the label, these songs are a great introduction to his musical touch and private fantasy world.

You can listen to the songs here :
http://open.spotify.com/album/023UggmWWbA9uOq5Awi1ZL/1XcxjpWQgNMctjoXgCSTdg

This picture of me and him working in the studio together was taken last August by Tristane Mesquita who lives and works in Paris.

Reminisce, Bathtub Love Killings (2014) | OLIVIA JEAN

(Source: greatjackwhiteshark)

g-ourishankar:

Nine Inch Nails || Copy of A

jehnnybeth:

On the wall at Hedi Slimane’s photo exhibition in Paris - Fondation Pierre Bergé

jehnnybeth:

On the wall at Hedi Slimane’s photo exhibition in Paris - Fondation Pierre Bergé


ruby gloom

ruby gloom

(Source: spookycauldron)