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Amougies – European Music Revolution

Organized by Actuel and the Byg Records, the Amougies festival took place in October 1969, two months after Woodstock. The prospect of this first French pop festival and of [...]

A bunch of kooks

On the morning of August 8, 1969, a policeman held traffic outside the recording studio at 3 Abbey Road, in London, so photographer Iain Macmillan could get the iconic shot [...]

That’s who we are

August 17, 1969, the last of Woodstock: Three Days of Peace and Music. Mud creeps up the long, pink and white blanket swaddling a young couple surrounded by the debris of [...]

Be the person your dog thinks you are

A wrongdoing bogeyman tries to trap a fox, but Iggy saves the day. A rabbit finds itself under siege, caught in the crossfire as rocks are thrown in its direction, but Iggy [...]

Ok Not Ok

It was the summer of 1997 when I had my first period of chronic anxiety and, just after, a good chance to slip off to the Greek islands. While I was packing, a Chrysler was [...]

Headscapes

Self-taught singer, composer, and graphic designer, Brandon Allen Bolmer is best known for being a founding member of progressive rock band Yesterdays Rising, and the former [...]

Their Mortal Remains

Between 2001 and 2004, we were lucky enough to meet and talk to Roger Keith “Syd” Barrett, one of the most mysterious men in rock and roll history, on three or [...]

Electric Catnip

That cat’s something I can’t explain Syd Barrett Where did the idea to celebrate the feline face through the psychedelia? I’ve always tried to capture the psychedelic [...]

Ashes Vinyl

Your ashes playing forever through a record? With the comeback of the vinyl, the UK company Andvinyly made up a little bizarre package, wich is to take your actual cremated [...]

Paper Cut London

Phil Evans used a variety of paper stocks, with the resulting prints being scanned and photographed after they had been drawn on/creased/cut/dyed accordingly. The footage was [...]