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ALMONDWINE

FUBAR & CUSTARD

fuzzkaizer:

tube and knob protecting top sheet extension

amt electronics freak guitar mattias eklundh custom shop

cred: ebay.com/digital_soundscapes

breakdownpress:

Connor Willumsen

breakdownpress:

Connor Willumsen

(via suffervacation)

45rpmwhat:

If its not Metal I’m not interested…

45rpmwhat:

If its not Metal I’m not interested…

fuzzkaizer:

nautical

gristleizer housed in harrier speedometer (‘salvaged B&G’) enclosure

"…hooking the knot meter to the circuit to give a graphic display of the waveform”, Gristleizer knot log on youtube

cred: instagram.com/tonebutcher

Eurorack, CV controllable, 8bit visual generator that you can customise elements of via the SD card slot.

blue-voids:

1970’s interiors, Verner Panton

(via wowgreat)

Just arrived, with a delicious watermelon chew included.
Get it here for cheap and listen.

Just arrived, with a delicious watermelon chew included.

Get it here for cheap and listen.

ssississpssk:

Sissy Spacek “Horned Beast” 2x7-inch (Husk)
Out May 15—2x7-inch on Husk, also available digital.

ssississpssk:

Sissy Spacek “Horned Beast” 2x7-inch (Husk)

Out May 15—2x7-inch on Husk, also available digital.

Dunlop has released the first installment in a series of MXR Legacy mini documentaries commemorating MXR’s 40th anniversary. This first installment chronicles the story of one of MXR’s first employees, Ron Wilkerson. 

"This year, MXR is celebrating 40 years of innovation with a series of mini documentary videos covering its history as well as the personal stories of the lives and music it affected.
This first installment helps paint a fuller picture of the beginnings of MXR as a young upstart company started in a New York basement through the stories of one of the first employees, Ron Wilkerson. In a few short years Ron went from being a struggling club musician just out of college to traveling the world selling MXR pedals and being the instrumental force in creating the look and identity for a brand that has become one of the most iconic in music gear history.”

To learn more about Ron and his fascinating life as the advertising guru behind the early days of MXR, Roland, Alesis, and later as an Emmy nominated screen writer, please visit:
http://ronwilkerson.com/

http://www.jimdunlop.com/products/electronics/mxr


"Ox," Miriam Schapiro, 1967
"Ox," Miriam Schapiro, 1967

(via likeghosts)

pa-tate-ic:

Possession (1981)

I watched this projected on the ceiling once whilst drinking Budweiser and eating hotdogs, it was RAD

(via jordanhuntmusic)

Soundtracking my day, still feels fresh 20 years later

americanprintmaker:

started a new linocut block depicting “Colonface.”  He is a character that has shown up in several of my prints.  Colonface is a money-grabbing bully who gets his jollies by causing or contributing to the misery of others.