Although this whole video is ridiculous, The first clip to the second song is effortless perfection… Sit back and ENJOI.
I’ve just had a quick scope around the Skeleton Crew section on here and end up on GREY HAVEN reading the FUGAZI post which in turn took me to You Tube to listen to the debut album, Repeater. After pressing play I got to exactly 46 seconds in to the first song (Turnover) to which the lyrics are “To Turn Off The Alarm” at the exact moment of Mr Picciotto uttering these words the neighbors house alarm went off… It sounded out 3 times and as soon as he had finished saying the word ALARM it stopped!!! I looked down at the digital clock and the time on my screen was 00:00. Although the time has nothing to do with this odds killing case of life intimating art the timing does… coincidence? Or just a very strange occurrence indeed… You decide.
New visuals from Greg Kew & Ryan Hendry AKA The Parasites of Peterborough. They’ve been hard at work filming for the past year for this one and it does not disappoint… This included traveling around Milton Keynes, Northampton, Peterborough and Stamford among others hunting out some delightful spots and Greg put them all to good use. That last kinker is too good!
Music: Nas – Made you look
P.D.S.I.I Crew going in…. This one is a BEAST
“Sit down grab a cup of… HOT JAVA and watch this mixtape of all our leftover clips from the summer, as well as a bunch of friends clips, Old clips and funny shit. Most clips filmed in Nottingham and Grantham with some Shef and Peterborough footage too.”
UK Delights!!! That first underground spot would come in handy with this sodden November weather. Everything about this one is spot on!! Press play and ENJOY!
This one goes off like a rouge firework….. strap yourself in and take the ride!!! WARNING: The last 4 minutes may blister your mind!!
Check the studio version HERE
Live At The German Beat Club 1970
Eric Burdon – vocals
Lonnie Jordan – organ/piano/percussion
Charles Miller – flute/sax/percussion
Howard Scott – guitar
Lee Oskar – harmonica
B. B Dickerson – bass
(Papa) Dee Allen – bongos/congas/percussion
Harold Brown – drums/percussion
Steadman on Breaking Bad
“I watched the Breaking Bad whole series in two weeks and now suffer withdrawal symptoms,” Steadman said. “At first, I thought ‘this series is going to be all about death and desecration,’ but instead became a more complex landscape of human relationships. I hope I put something of these feelings into the portraits that I made of the characters, which were landscapes in themselves. An irony in the subject of crystal meth is how beautifully it resembles the desert sky.”
The above video consists of a mixture of footage I have accumulated from a few lazy Sunday’s down on the flat rail, If I didn’t take advantage of a wet day and decide to hunt down the clips and put them to use they may have been lost forever…. It features Sam & Robin Watson, Cragz, Raymond ‘Rax’ Inskipp, Scott Thompson, Benn G, Ben Howgate and Pfendty. The music used was extracted from the Johnny Cash dvd Ridin’ the Rails: The Great American Train Story and you can watch the original piece I extracted below in full.
Hunting out that real shit…. Some delightful spots in this one!!
The Team Too Street return to your screens with another stunt peg extravaganza complete with at least 4% brand new footage filmed on location in the urban environment.
This montage of 8bit inner city wizardry was originally seen on Jimmy the Whops North East BMX Classic ‘Super Monaco’ DVD released in January 2014.
T-shirts now available from Cookie and at t2s.bigcartel.com so go treat your bad self to the most urban garment of 2014.
Mix from 2008/2009 featuring Loz Taylor, Barney ,Ben Lewis, Joe Fox, Clarky, Owain Clegg and Billy Prendagast