A few photos from the Grand Depart in Yorkshire on Sunday.

We followed Le Tour from Ilkley on the Saturday, to High Bradfield on Sunday, finally watching them come on to The Mall 1km from the finish. Good times.

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Tags: tdf

sarahcartertattoo:

some preserved tattooed skin from the 1800s at the Wellcome Trust Death exhibition

sarahcartertattoo:

some preserved tattooed skin from the 1800s at the Wellcome Trust Death exhibition

nextlevellights:

Gaffney’s back

nextlevellights:

Gaffney’s back

Scout Niblett “Nasty”

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Schneider TM - The Light 3000

Where there’s music and there’s people and they’re young and alive.

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lefthandtricks:

Coming soon, keep your eyes peeled! (Taken with Instagram)



One to wear to the grandparent’s for Christmas…

lefthandtricks:

Coming soon, keep your eyes peeled! (Taken with Instagram)


One to wear to the grandparent’s for Christmas…

First pressing of 1000, half on green vinyl half on purple. Screen-printed sleeves + insert plus download code. “Divorce” is the culmination of four years of uncompromising noise-rock brutality. Long-time friends of ours, it is an honour to be releasing the debut full-length statement from a band who have set new standards in underground extremity. Since their formation in 2008 they have progressed from no wave dirge practitioners to an unique cult that blurs the boundaries of what ‘punk’, ‘noise-rock’ or ‘metal’ are presumed to sound like. Remaining slippery in definition but relentlessly focused, Divorce have evolved into a singular, incomparable unit.

Recorded by Ali Walker at Glasgow’s Arc Studio & Devil’s Own Studio, “Divorce” finds the band pushing their furious sound further than ever before; a torrent of pummeling rhythms and serrated, overdriven riffs, extended freak outs and ecstatic push and pull dynamics. They have also explored their experimental tendencies more, incorporating power-electronics, white noise and, on the track “Stabby (Stabby) Stab”, free-jazz saxophone (courtesy of guest musician James Swinburne). All this, combined with an over-arching determination to take their music to new limits structurally and sonically, makes “Divorce” a unified audio experience. Divorce are Jennie Fulk (vocals), Vickie McDonald (guitars), VSO (bass) and Andy Brown (drums).