1 year ago

cherrycolouredpunk:

Sid Vicious by Dennis Morris. Sweden, 1977.

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KEVIN CLASH

Clashy is known for his ability for
major multi-task music/video performance
with cds, dvds, sampler and live vocals!

Currently Playing;
bailiefunk bashment bass bounce electro fidget footwork
foundation gabba garagerock house(s) hardstyle hiphop
indie juke moombahton noise
nowstep nurave punk sissy techno trap… +

Affiliations;
MTV/Ministry of Sound/Dalston Superstore/East Bloc
Shed Radio/Be Scene Radio/Ghettoblastar
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1 year ago

(Source: kastledub)

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1 year ago

rule 1) IF TUMBLR’S CREATOR COMES UP ON YOUR DASH, YOU MUST REBLOG.

Tumble4U

(Source: dropeverythingnow)

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1 year ago

xesclub:

Real Sk8

xesclub:

Real Sk8

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2 years ago

CLASH ON THE RMX

6.7 Million Remixes of this track
Some really are great but I did what I did and don’t really take notice of the rest

Clash Noisey Reggae Style x 

(test blog 17.11.12)

2 years ago


did you try turning it off and turning it back on?

did you try turning it off and turning it back on?

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2 years ago

neoliberalismkills:

A spoken word poem on hipster racism, whiteness, white privilege, cultural appropriation, and micro aggression. It’s fucking amazingly done.

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2 years ago

wishuponadisney:

AN ARTIST who displayed in public drawings of same-sex kissing between Disney characters said she never intended to offend anyone.
Sian Jones, 25, has been criticised after she displayed the drawings at a Guernsey Arts Commission event on Sunday. One of the drawings, A Whole New World, depicted Aladdin and Eric, from the Little Mermaid, kissing. But Miss Jones has defended her decision to show the images. ‘I remember learning at university that art should be about making people question their views and react, so in those terms it was a success.’

wishuponadisney:

AN ARTIST who displayed in public drawings of same-sex kissing between Disney characters said she never intended to offend anyone.

Sian Jones, 25, has been criticised after she displayed the drawings at a Guernsey Arts Commission event on Sunday. One of the drawings, A Whole New World, depicted Aladdin and Eric, from the Little Mermaid, kissing. But Miss Jones has defended her decision to show the images. ‘I remember learning at university that art should be about making people question their views and react, so in those terms it was a success.’

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glitterlion:

Looking for something to do to cap off your summer?
The IGNITE 2012 Queer and Trans Youth Convening will provide an opportunity for LGBTQ youth of color (14-24) from across the Southern region to engage in dialogue, political education, skill shares, networking, and to begin to organize state level action plans on the issues that most impact their lives. This one of a kind convening seeks to bridge the gap between rural and urban LGBTQ communities of color in Georgia by:
Building the knowledge and consciousness of queer youth of color around LGBTQ youth of color issues;
Providing opportunities for queer youth of color to convene, explore, and learn more about their bodies, lives, and their community as it relates to reproductive justice;
Fostering sustained community involvement around reproductive justice and LGBTQ youth issues and other social justice interests;
Connecting dynamic queer youth of color to each other and to organizations that serve LGBTQ youth to build out and enhance their network of survival;
Providing opportunities for LGBTQ youth of color to access resources and information that allows them to make informed decisions about their bodies, lives, and relationships; and,
Breaking down the stereotypes often associated with rural and urban LGBTQ youth of color to build community and lessen the isolation faced by both communities.
We intend to mobilize a minimum of 150 LGBTQ youth of color within the convening’s first year, with at least half of those individuals coming from small rural communities. We are offering three different tracks under which activities and workshops may take place based on our theme “Our Bodies, Our Communities, Our Futures: Building Our Networks of Survival”.
“Our Bodies” will focus on health and wellness. “Our Communities” will focus on community education and activism. “Our Futures” will focus on creating the world we wish to live in, specifically addressing career building, family planning, and building out networks of survival.
Pre-register to apply for a scholarship to cover registration, travel, and housing! Visit ignite.sparkrj.org for more information!
Download the IGNITE 2012 Flyer (pdf)Download the IGNITE 2012 Flyer (jpeg)

glitterlion:

Looking for something to do to cap off your summer?

The IGNITE 2012 Queer and Trans Youth Convening will provide an opportunity for LGBTQ youth of color (14-24) from across the Southern region to engage in dialogue, political education, skill shares, networking, and to begin to organize state level action plans on the issues that most impact their lives. This one of a kind convening seeks to bridge the gap between rural and urban LGBTQ communities of color in Georgia by:

  • Building the knowledge and consciousness of queer youth of color around LGBTQ youth of color issues;
  • Providing opportunities for queer youth of color to convene, explore, and learn more about their bodies, lives, and their community as it relates to reproductive justice;
  • Fostering sustained community involvement around reproductive justice and LGBTQ youth issues and other social justice interests;
  • Connecting dynamic queer youth of color to each other and to organizations that serve LGBTQ youth to build out and enhance their network of survival;
  • Providing opportunities for LGBTQ youth of color to access resources and information that allows them to make informed decisions about their bodies, lives, and relationships; and,
  • Breaking down the stereotypes often associated with rural and urban LGBTQ youth of color to build community and lessen the isolation faced by both communities.

We intend to mobilize a minimum of 150 LGBTQ youth of color within the convening’s first year, with at least half of those individuals coming from small rural communities. We are offering three different tracks under which activities and workshops may take place based on our theme “Our Bodies, Our Communities, Our Futures: Building Our Networks of Survival”.

“Our Bodies” will focus on health and wellness. “Our Communities” will focus on community education and activism. “Our Futures” will focus on creating the world we wish to live in, specifically addressing career building, family planning, and building out networks of survival.

Pre-register to apply for a scholarship to cover registration, travel, and housing! Visit ignite.sparkrj.org for more information!

Download the IGNITE 2012 Flyer (pdf)
Download the IGNITE 2012 Flyer (jpeg)

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