joy-division-blog:

Joy Division, The Lyceum, London 29/02/1980 

joy-division-blog:

Joy Division, The Lyceum, London 29/02/1980 

(via thepizzaperiodical)

twinkandwink:

Chapterhouse early 90’s

twinkandwink:

Chapterhouse early 90’s

carolinafaruolo:

Parquet Courts at the Old Blue Last - Chilli Jesson crowdsurfing
teoflies:

Palma Violets @ Green Room, Sheffield, 20/11/13.

teoflies:

Palma Violets @ Green Room, Sheffield, 20/11/13.

(via r0utinebiteshard)

stoneponi:

Crocodiles inner sleeve

stoneponi:

Crocodiles inner sleeve

(via frenchandroidfromsouthamerica)

pinkfled:

George Harrison at Busch Memorial Stadium in St. Louis - August 21, 1966

pinkfled:

George Harrison at Busch Memorial Stadium in St. Louis - August 21, 1966

(via thevelvetundergr0und)

fremsley:

I’ve got a handful of this…

Echo And The Bunnymen - Do It Clean (Royal Albert Hall 18th July 1983)

After playing for forty minutes, ending with an immense, protracted Over The Wall, the band wandered briefly off-stage only to return with a blistering two-number encore, lasting the better part of another fifteen minutes.  Preceded by Crocodiles, this was the last track.  It turned up many years later on digital but first it made an appearance on the b side of the 12” of The Killing Moon, which is where this is taken from.  DeFreitas had been going apeshit all the way through but for the encore Will Sergeant also got decidedly frisky and the result is that this is a stone groove.

You can see it here from 47:20.

Other Audioposts

(via ianmcbunny)

jefferson-mad-hippie:

Jimmy Page tunes up, backstage, Toronto. 1971

jefferson-mad-hippie:

Jimmy Page tunes up, backstage, Toronto. 1971

(via luminousjake)

bleeding-ground:

My Bloody Valentine ticket from 92’s concert: Live At Olympia, Paris.

bleeding-ground:

My Bloody Valentine ticket from 92’s concert: Live At Olympia, Paris.

(via l0uderthanb0mbs)

Seeing Martha reeves and the vandellas tonight was brilliant.. Martha can still belt out the tunes and their cover of Something by The Beatles was incredible