Andrei Tarkovsky on the set of The Sacrifice (1986)
ronald stoops raf simons ss 97
relaxin in ‘the studio’ (bedroom). workin on future bangers + cliff hangers, things that’ll make u cry + dance at the same time (here’s hopin).
gonna have a new album out likely in late august on crash symbols (news to follow).
might have a lil 12” record (record) in the pipeline just maybe (v excitiing, not holdin my breath tho).
+ working on a new ‘album’ album. pretty excited.
Sparkling Wide Pressure.
listened to some simon and garfunkel and now i’m working on a techno song with a john maus sample that is sort of naff but sort of perfect.
Easter Rising 50th anniversary postage stamps
London, October 1966
"Mike [Kelley] told me that he saw this early, I guess you could call it a band, that I had when I was going to school in Toronto. He called it noise garage, which was actually great, because I never had a name for what we did. Our teacher, George Manupelli, got us a gig at the Ann Arbor Film Festival. They ended up pulling the plug on us. But Mike was there, and I didn’t meet him, but he said it kind of inspired him to go home and start a noise garage band. And I guess that became Destroy All Monsters."—Kim Gordon.
[Photo: Kelley and Gordon, Los Angeles, 1985. Courtesy of John Hamois.]
Super Castlevania IV, SNES.