The Walker Brothers- Love Minus Zero
The Walker Brothers performing Bob Dylan’s “Love Minus Zero” on the German TV program Beat-Club in 1966. Check out “The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine (Anymore)” from the same appearance after the jump.
The Rolling Stones- Sympathy for the Devil
The Rolling Stones lip-syncing to “Sympathy for the Devil” on The David Frost Show in 1968.
Time Out London recently asked me to do a post highlighting my Top 5 Secret Brick Lane Spots. For those of you are unfamiliar with London, Brick Lane is an area in East London that is commonly referred to as 1) bageltown/hipstertown 2) banglatown/currytown 3) my homebase/neighborhood. Click here to check out the piece I wrote for them and thanks to Ashleigh and the Time Out team for reaching out to me!
Cotton Jones- Blood Red Sentimental Blues
Cotton Jones performs “Blood Red Sentimental Blues” live in Los Angeles in July 2009. Check out a bonus clip of them performing their tune “Somehow To Keep It Going” after the jump.
Lomography recently released two special edition western-themed cameras with oxidized brass bodies. The 35mm cameras are finished with etching and laser engraving and are being sold for a cool $199. Not cheap by any means, but they would look mighty good if you happen to be planning a desert photo shoot. Speaking of, check out this amazing photo of Mick Jagger hanging out in Joshua Tree (obviously not taken with the aforementioned camera).
The Beach Boys- Heroes and Villains
A promo video for The Beach Boys’ tune “Heroes and Villians” circa 1969 spotlighting Southern California’s surfer lifestyle.
Michael Kiwanuka- Lasan
Michael Kiwanuka performing his song “Lasan”, the b-side of “I’m Getting Ready”, on the streets of Brussels in early March 2012.