No Rock and Roll N° 1 (Diciembre 2011) La leyenda del dragónhttp://issuu.com/norockandroll/docs/no_rock_and_roll_1

No Rock and Roll N° 1 (Diciembre 2011) 
La leyenda del dragón
http://issuu.com/norockandroll/docs/no_rock_and_roll_1

Mi camiseta acidT-Shirt

Mi camiseta acid
T-Shirt

thepalestineyoudontknow:

as simple as that

thepalestineyoudontknow:

as simple as that

peliculasgayer:

Feliz viernes santo. XhristianRape

peliculasgayer:

Feliz viernes santo. XhristianRape

foucaultyelfantasmadelespacio:

Fantasma del espacio en la academia de filosofía 

foucaultyelfantasmadelespacio:

Fantasma del espacio en la academia de filosofía 

peliculasgayer:

Juan Camilo Ocaña

peliculasgayer:

Juan Camilo Ocaña

peliculasgayer:

Isabel Echeverri 

peliculasgayer:

Isabel Echeverri 

Destruction on TV

Destruction on TV

catbirdmenagerie:

#5

altcomics:

Oscar Niemeyer

doomandgloomfromthetomb:

The Grateful Dead - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA, November 19, 1966
Summer of Dead 2013 can really get going in earnest with this scorcher of a show, with the primal Dead setting the Fillmore ablaze in the fall of 66. Preserved in all its glory by a KSAN broadcast, it’s a particularly Pigpen-heavy set, both vocals-wise and keyboards-wise. A good thing — the keyboards up the garage rock ante quite a bit. There’s a shredding “Cream Puff War,” a sleazy “Same Thing,” and a hyper “Beat It On Down The Line.” Recommended! 
Choice cut: “Dancing In The Street” is cut off around the eight minute mark, but Garcia’s spiraling, incisive leads make it a keeper. Funny to think that “Dancing” was just two years old in 1966.

doomandgloomfromthetomb:

The Grateful Dead - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA, November 19, 1966

Summer of Dead 2013 can really get going in earnest with this scorcher of a show, with the primal Dead setting the Fillmore ablaze in the fall of 66. Preserved in all its glory by a KSAN broadcast, it’s a particularly Pigpen-heavy set, both vocals-wise and keyboards-wise. A good thing — the keyboards up the garage rock ante quite a bit. There’s a shredding “Cream Puff War,” a sleazy “Same Thing,” and a hyper “Beat It On Down The Line.” Recommended! 

Choice cut: “Dancing In The Street” is cut off around the eight minute mark, but Garcia’s spiraling, incisive leads make it a keeper. Funny to think that “Dancing” was just two years old in 1966.

peliculasgayer:

A.G.A