The Wytches + Hoppie - philadelphia, pa (2014) The Wytches + Hoppie - philadelphia, pa (2014)
Mr. Tom Lax and Potter - brooklyn, ny (2014) Mr. Tom Lax and Potter - brooklyn, ny (2014)

Mr. Tom Lax and Potter - brooklyn, ny (2014)

Sleeping Bag / Rozwell Kid - philadelphia, pa (2014) Sleeping Bag / Rozwell Kid - philadelphia, pa (2014) Sleeping Bag / Rozwell Kid - philadelphia, pa (2014) Sleeping Bag / Rozwell Kid - philadelphia, pa (2014)

Sleeping Bag / Rozwell Kid - philadelphia, pa (2014)

Big Ups - philadelphia, pa (2014) Big Ups - philadelphia, pa (2014)
Leftovers from Marky and Courtney’s wedding weekend - big indian, ny (2014) Leftovers from Marky and Courtney’s wedding weekend - big indian, ny (2014) Leftovers from Marky and Courtney’s wedding weekend - big indian, ny (2014) Leftovers from Marky and Courtney’s wedding weekend - big indian, ny (2014)

Leftovers from Marky and Courtney’s wedding weekend - big indian, ny (2014)

Another culprit of the jammed film rollers! Lil bro Derrick - philadelphia, pa (2014)

fuckinrecordreviews:

Perhaps you missed our BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY  YESTERDAY…It’s NUNS TIME… 
fuckinrecordreviews:

BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY (7/6/14) is…wait, what?
That’s right…YE NUNS Nun More Black (Tuff Enuff, UK - 2014)
Are we stuck in Brighton? Well, is Tuff Enuff not the best label in the world at this very moment? Our endorsement of Tuff Enuff’s  I Know Why The Caged Grrrl Sings comp from yesterday is here. 
In their own words, “Ye Nuns are the world’s premier all-grrrl Monks tribute act. Taking the legendary music of The Monks (60s garage-perverts/american GIs) and giving it a fierce lady sensibility, Ye Nuns succeed where so many have failed, they add something vital and fresh to The Monks sound.” 
Okay, this ain’t as riot crude as Pussy Galore’s-Exile-On-Main-Street-as executed-by-the-Ronettes as we’d hoped, but it’s a great stab all the same: guitars are buzzing and the snare crackles. Nice bottom end fuzz everywhere too, especially where it counts (like on ”I HateYou”).
Listen to: Cuckoo by Ye Nuns

fuckinrecordreviews:

Perhaps you missed our BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY  YESTERDAY…It’s NUNS TIME… 
fuckinrecordreviews:

BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY (7/6/14) is…wait, what?
That’s right…YE NUNS Nun More Black (Tuff Enuff, UK - 2014)
Are we stuck in Brighton? Well, is Tuff Enuff not the best label in the world at this very moment? Our endorsement of Tuff Enuff’s  I Know Why The Caged Grrrl Sings comp from yesterday is here. 
In their own words, “Ye Nuns are the world’s premier all-grrrl Monks tribute act. Taking the legendary music of The Monks (60s garage-perverts/american GIs) and giving it a fierce lady sensibility, Ye Nuns succeed where so many have failed, they add something vital and fresh to The Monks sound.” 
Okay, this ain’t as riot crude as Pussy Galore’s-Exile-On-Main-Street-as executed-by-the-Ronettes as we’d hoped, but it’s a great stab all the same: guitars are buzzing and the snare crackles. Nice bottom end fuzz everywhere too, especially where it counts (like on ”I HateYou”).
Listen to: Cuckoo by Ye Nuns

fuckinrecordreviews:

Perhaps you missed our BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY  YESTERDAY…It’s NUNS TIME… 

fuckinrecordreviews:

BEST REASON TO WRITE A FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEW TODAY (7/6/14) is…wait, what?

That’s right…YE NUNS Nun More Black (Tuff Enuff, UK - 2014)

  • In their own words,Ye Nuns are the world’s premier all-grrrl Monks tribute act. Taking the legendary music of The Monks (60s garage-perverts/american GIs) and giving it a fierce lady sensibility, Ye Nuns succeed where so many have failed, they add something vital and fresh to The Monks sound.” 
  • Okay, this ain’t as riot crude as Pussy Galore’s-Exile-On-Main-Street-as executed-by-the-Ronettes as we’d hoped, but it’s a great stab all the same: guitars are buzzing and the snare crackles. Nice bottom end fuzz everywhere too, especially where it counts (like on ”I HateYou”).

ihavejob:

Finished a sandwich drawing with thread.

thefinalimage:

The Endless Summer | 1966 | dir. Bruce Brown
I have always wanted to learn how to surf, so to watch Mike Hynson and Robert August travel across the globe to spots throughout Africa, Australia, Tahiti, New Zealand, California, and Hawaii to live their endless summer made me incredibly jealous in the best way possible, and the beauty behind Bruce Brown’s simple directing, cinematography, and narration made this documentary very relaxing and fun to watch.
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thefinalimage:

The Endless Summer | 1966 | dir. Bruce Brown
I have always wanted to learn how to surf, so to watch Mike Hynson and Robert August travel across the globe to spots throughout Africa, Australia, Tahiti, New Zealand, California, and Hawaii to live their endless summer made me incredibly jealous in the best way possible, and the beauty behind Bruce Brown’s simple directing, cinematography, and narration made this documentary very relaxing and fun to watch.
-01SentenceReviews
thefinalimage:

The Endless Summer | 1966 | dir. Bruce Brown
I have always wanted to learn how to surf, so to watch Mike Hynson and Robert August travel across the globe to spots throughout Africa, Australia, Tahiti, New Zealand, California, and Hawaii to live their endless summer made me incredibly jealous in the best way possible, and the beauty behind Bruce Brown’s simple directing, cinematography, and narration made this documentary very relaxing and fun to watch.
-01SentenceReviews
thefinalimage:

The Endless Summer | 1966 | dir. Bruce Brown
I have always wanted to learn how to surf, so to watch Mike Hynson and Robert August travel across the globe to spots throughout Africa, Australia, Tahiti, New Zealand, California, and Hawaii to live their endless summer made me incredibly jealous in the best way possible, and the beauty behind Bruce Brown’s simple directing, cinematography, and narration made this documentary very relaxing and fun to watch.
-01SentenceReviews
thefinalimage:

The Endless Summer | 1966 | dir. Bruce Brown
I have always wanted to learn how to surf, so to watch Mike Hynson and Robert August travel across the globe to spots throughout Africa, Australia, Tahiti, New Zealand, California, and Hawaii to live their endless summer made me incredibly jealous in the best way possible, and the beauty behind Bruce Brown’s simple directing, cinematography, and narration made this documentary very relaxing and fun to watch.
-01SentenceReviews
thefinalimage:

The Endless Summer | 1966 | dir. Bruce Brown
I have always wanted to learn how to surf, so to watch Mike Hynson and Robert August travel across the globe to spots throughout Africa, Australia, Tahiti, New Zealand, California, and Hawaii to live their endless summer made me incredibly jealous in the best way possible, and the beauty behind Bruce Brown’s simple directing, cinematography, and narration made this documentary very relaxing and fun to watch.
-01SentenceReviews
thefinalimage:

The Endless Summer | 1966 | dir. Bruce Brown
I have always wanted to learn how to surf, so to watch Mike Hynson and Robert August travel across the globe to spots throughout Africa, Australia, Tahiti, New Zealand, California, and Hawaii to live their endless summer made me incredibly jealous in the best way possible, and the beauty behind Bruce Brown’s simple directing, cinematography, and narration made this documentary very relaxing and fun to watch.
-01SentenceReviews

thefinalimage:

The Endless Summer | 1966 | dir. Bruce Brown

I have always wanted to learn how to surf, so to watch Mike Hynson and Robert August travel across the globe to spots throughout Africa, Australia, Tahiti, New Zealand, California, and Hawaii to live their endless summer made me incredibly jealous in the best way possible, and the beauty behind Bruce Brown’s simple directing, cinematography, and narration made this documentary very relaxing and fun to watch.

-01SentenceReviews

dynamitehemorrhage:

Definitely recommend this article on the “Phantom Billstickers” blog that explores how Tom Lax came to be the world’s premier archivist of New Zealand’s underground sound. His Siltbreeze Records, which has been putting out  weird art, punk, noise and trash from NZ (and points elsewhere) for over 25 years, is in the throes of a pretty deep New Zealand excavation programme right about now.

Read more in the article/interview here.

in depth interview with our buddy tj.  sadly no mention of watery love but the above photo does feature a stalwart wl hang out/employer.

(via wooderylove)