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The Day the Country Died: A History of Anarcho Punk, 2007

"A surge of popular interest in anarchism occurred during the 1970s in the UK following the birth of punk rock. However, while the early punk scene appropriated anarchist imagery mainly for its shock value, the band Crass expounded serious anarchist and pacifist ideas, and went on to become a notable influence in the burgeoning Anarcho-Punk movement.

Many anarcho-punks are supporters of issues such as animal rights, feminism, the anti-war movement, the antiglobalization movement, and many other social movements.

The story of the movement is told by some of the most influential performers, including; Penny Rimbaud (Crass), Colin Jerwood (Conflict), Colin & Kevin (Flux of Pink Indians) Dick Lucas (Subhumans), Zillah Minx (Rubella Ballet), Gary Buckley (Dirt), Steve Lake (Zounds), Mark Wallis (Liberty), Gee Vaucher (Crass), Dave Hyndman (Hit Parade), Rob Millar (Amebix), Rodney Relax (Alternative), Stringy & Snout (Erratics) and Gerard Evans (Flowers in the Dustbin).

The interview footage is laced with both audio and visual music performance, some extremely rare, from the main performers on the scene including - Crass / Conflict / Subhumans / Liberty / Toxic Waste / Chumbawamba / Sacrilege / Inner Terrestrials & many more."

Roy Wallace / Ian Glasper / english / 2007 / 1:32:20 min.


Bauhaus: Ziggy Stardust

"Ziggy Stardust" is a song written by David Bowie in 1972 for the album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars. The name Stardust was inspired by the Legendary Stardust Cowboy. The song is ranked #277 on Rolling Stone's list of "The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time".

The British gothic rock band Bauhaus recorded a version as their eighth single.


X: The Unheard Music

X: The Unheard Music takes long, detailed, and often funny look at the Los Angeles music scene of the late '70s and '80s and focuses on the group that critics deigned the leader of the underground pack. X: The Unheard Music combines live footage of the band and interviews with the four members (as well as their friends and families) with surreal music videos and montages of newsreel footage and vintage television commercials which help to illustrate the band's uphill struggle against the music industry.


London Film & Comic Con Music Video, 2013

LFCC, one of the biggest conventions in London featuring a range of uber cool guests from shows like Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, StarGate & Doctor Who took place in early July & we couldn't resist taking along our FlyCam to capture some of the awesome cosplayers.

We might of also sneaked in a few special guests to this video.


The Art Of Punk Dead Kennedys

On this episode of The Art of Punk we hit head on with the art behind the legendary Dead Kennedy's. From the chaotic, surreal, madness, of collage mixed with political folly that blazed their LP's and gig flyers; to the razor edge ultra simplistic four simple line DK symbol. In San Francisco we corner founding Dead Kennedy's member Jello Biafra, and discuss his own warped inspiration for the many sleeves and posters created in the early days of the band. Back in Los Angeles we talk with pop surrealist artist Tim Biskup about how the DK's affected and twisted his own young mind, and Steve Olson graces us with a few words of wisdom. Finally we meet up with master collage artist, and designer of the DK's symbol, Winston Smith in his North Beach art studio, and talk about how he was drawn into the early Bay Area punk scene - and his long and creative artist relationship with the Dead Kennedy's and Jello Biafra.

Created, directed, and Executive Produced by writer/author of 'Fucked Up + Photocopied', Bryan Ray Turcotte (Kill Your Idols), and Bo Bushnell (The Western Empire), The Art Of Punk traces the roots of the punk movement and the artists behind the iconic logos of punk bands such as: Black Flag (Raymond Pettibon), The Dead Kennedys (Winston Smith), and Crass (Dave King).

In addition to profiling the artists, the series includes intimate interviews with former band members, notable artists, and celebrities who have been heavily influenced by the art of punk rock including Jello Biafra, Tim Biskup, Scott Campbell, Chuck Dukowski, Flea, Steve Olson, Penny Rimbaud, Henry Rollins, Owen Thornton, and Gee Vaucher.

The filmmakers Bryan Ray Turcotte and Bo Bushnell take a unique approach to exploring the rich histories of these three seminal punk legends by focusing on the influential imagery and seeking out stories that have not been told yet through the artwork, which is integral to the importance and influence of each band.


Holland: The Original Cool

Greetings, gallant traveler! Tell us, what do you know about Holland? Picturesque canals? Windmills? Master paintings from the Golden Age? Yes, we have it all! But let us show you what's really cool about Holland and we'll start with Amsterdam. In 2013 the city is celebrating a host of incredible milestones, so there's never been a better time to book a trip. You call it a travel day, we call it the first day of vacation!

We would also like to introduce you to our partners KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Schiphol Airport, and Amsterdam Marketing. They have made it simple and easy for any traveler to come to Holland and experience The Original Cool!

Holland.com is your official source on the latest events, travel and lifestyle information in Holland. Making sure you have the best time in the country!

Visit Holland.com:

http://www.holland.com

Visit Holland on Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/visitholland

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines on Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/KLMUSA

Schiphol Airport on Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/schiphol

Amsterdam Marketing on Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/iamsterdam

Follow Visit Holland on Twitter:

https://twitter.com/visitholland


Wild In The Streets

The short documentary Wild In The Streets: Jilly Ballistic follows street artist Jilly Ballistic as she posts her cheeky computer dialog boxes and vintage photos around the New York City transit system. The film is the first episode of Wild In The Streets, a documentary series about New York City street artists by Brooklyn studio Dega Films. The studio is raising funds for the project on Kickstarter.


Paint Your Teeth

A live event that celebrates the shocking & bizarre underground art scene in Tokyo. This short documentary is an introduction to that scene.

Viewer discretion is advised.

Shot and Directed by Simon Hill.

Archive footage shot and supplied by David Hoenigman.


Bitchin Kitchen: Nadia G's Brooklyn Hipster Brunch

Nadia G riffs on Brunch and Hipsters. Take a guess which she takes a bigger bite out of?

Watch the full Episode:

Nadia G's Bitchin' Kitchen: Hipster Brunch
Wednesday, April 24th @ 10PM EST on COOKING CHANNEL


Felicia Day goes Steampunk

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Hosted by: Felicia Day

Featuring: Donna Ricci

Directed by: Sean Becker

Executive Producers: Sheri Bryant, Felicia Day, Kim Evey

Associate Producer: Brit Weisman

Camera: Sean Becker, Omer Ganai, Brit Weisman

Sound: Leonardo Nasca, Neno Stevens

Makeup: Kim Graczyk

Theme Song: Eanan Patterson

Flog Logo Design: Adam Levermore

Opening Animation: Efehan Elbi

Post Production: Sean Becker

Post Sound: Neno Stevens

Visual Effects: Stephen Sprinkles

Additional Music: Kevin Macleod, www.incompetech.com

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Urban Explorers: Into The Darkness

This is a documentary on the art of Urban Exploration. If you are new to UE, it is more or less the infiltration of abandoned or active establishments to photograph and document the site's history. Some do it for the thrill of exploring, others to find answers, and some just to get "chance of a lifetime" photos. I hope you enjoy this documentary as much as I did.


The Artifice Club's Steampunk Carnival

On April 16th, 2011, The Artifice Club held a Steampunk themed circus and carnival extravaganza at The Goat Farm in Atlanta, GA. The evening was filled with circus acts, bands, fire performers, and 300+ guests vying to win the costume contest.

Featured Acts:

The Imperial Opa -- http://www.theimperialopa.com

Hot Toddies Flaming Cabaret -- http://www.hottoddiescabaret.com

Thimblerig Circus -- http://www.thimblerig.com

Sadie Hawkins -- http://www.sadiehawkins.net

Burning Desire Fire Theatre

Doctor Q -- http://www.theartifaceclub.com

Special Guest DJs: The Davenport Sisters -- http://www.clockworkcabaret.com


Is Punk Back from the Dead?

As a new book is published featuring the origins of punk music in the lower east side of New York, Katie Razzall looks at how Punk magazine changed life in Britain. Amd Jon Snow speaks to Henry Rollins of Black Flag.


Steampunk Writing Hand.mp4

This is my newest Steampunk invention.

My Writing Hand

With this extraordinary device you are able to print out your Tweets or Mails from important friends or family automatically.

Later you will find a detailed pictures and descripion on my website http://www.Steampunk-Design.de and the construction plan on instructables.com

Your

Admiral Aaron Ravensdale