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Bring me all your food and I won't kill you Tate Hemlock. Photographer. Proletariat Art Threat. Lexicon Devil.
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Roger and The Gypsies - Pass the Hatchet (1965)

Oh this is bomb. Super tight breakbeat.

Roger and the Gypsies Pass The Hatchet 1965 Eddie Bo
ladiesofthe60s:

Jane Birkin photographed by David Bailey. Vogue UK - June 1965. x

ladiesofthe60s:

Jane Birkin photographed by David Bailey. Vogue UK - June 1965. x

Jane Birkin David Bailey 1965 beauty Swinging London

The Who “The Good’s Gone”

From 1965’s The Who Sings My Generation.

The Who The Good's Gone 1965 mod rock Keith Moon

Shit I already forgot what the other most popular Tumblr posts were so here’s this song because I CANNOT STOP PLAYING IT.

Judi Johnson and the Perfections 1965 pop music

CANNOT. STOP. PLAYING. Fave song right meow.

Judi Johnson and the Perfections How Many Times 1965 pop music girl pop
Was doing a different theme for mix no. 8 but this one song from 1965 wasn’t fitting so I started looking at all the 4 and 5 starred tunes in my iTunes and ended up with a 1965 theme #jumpingahead #1965 #sleazylistening #mixtape #music #sleazy #sleaze #thewho #davidbowie #soledadmiranda #herbalpert#tatehemlock

Was doing a different theme for mix no. 8 but this one song from 1965 wasn’t fitting so I started looking at all the 4 and 5 starred tunes in my iTunes and ended up with a 1965 theme #jumpingahead #1965 #sleazylistening #mixtape #music #sleazy #sleaze #thewho #davidbowie #soledadmiranda #herbalpert#tatehemlock

sleaze 1965 sleazylistening mixtape soledadmiranda jumpingahead music herbalpert sleazy tatehemlock thewho davidbowie

Many many years ago, GB Jones of the band Fifth Column (as well as a great artist, zine maker, etc.) made me some mix tapes of bands like LiLiPut, Kleenex, Delta 5, The Mo-Dettes, etc. but she also included a lot of girl-centric garage rock from the 60’s as well as some pop gems from the likes of Pickettywitch and others (she also threw in some Nancy Sinatra cuz she knew I am a HUGE fan) and this gem was one of my favorite songs on one of the tapes. I still have those tapes in storage. Anyway, classic garage rock from Ohio. Love the guitar sounds. 

Good luck finding a copy of this single cheap.

The Bittersweets Hurtin Kind garage garage rock girls in the garage garage punk pop music Ohio 1965 Dayton Cleveland
The Who. Paris, 1965

The Who. Paris, 1965

The Who Paris 1965 mod freakbeat High Numbers Pete Townshend Roger Daltry

WE ARE ALL BOWIE

Davy Jones and the Lower Third with “You’ve Got A Habit of Leaving” (1965)

The last single recorded before changing his name to Bowie. A bit of Who-style mod. Not quite Freakbeat but a charming little single nonetheless.

Happy birthday Mr. Jones!

David Bowie Happy Birthday Davy Jones and the Lower Third 1965 We Are All Bowie

sammydavisjunior:

Sammy Davis, Jr. by Philippe Halsman, 1965

OH MY GOD. Amazing. 

Sammy Davis Jr. 1965 icon hero
Satan’s Scrapbook. 1965. Apparently even a Prince of Darkness needs some beach time #satan #girlymags #tatehemlock #instatate #1965 (Taken with Instagram)

Satan’s Scrapbook. 1965. Apparently even a Prince of Darkness needs some beach time #satan #girlymags #tatehemlock #instatate #1965 (Taken with Instagram)

instatate tatehemlock girlymags satan 1965

Hells yeah!!! I’m gonna use this as a testimonial if that cool with you.

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tatehemlock:

“Boss Hoss” by the Sonics, arguably the greatest of the original American garage bands. Regardless, they STOMP.

Tate has the greatest taste in music. Seriously.

Oh, yeah, and he photographs gorgeous women all the time. With & without clothes. Frequently in the process of not having clothes

As a photographer he has a great eye for color, whether it’s in the set-up or the processing (traditional or digital), his images are always striking because your eye is drawn in by the use of color. 

If you dig through his tumblr, you’ll also see that he’s a pretty good at drawing as well. 

Listen to the Sonics. Hear that energy they have? That rawness as applied to almost pop-song structures. That’s exactly what Tate’s photography is like to me, even when it’s almost 4 color comic book bright and candy-like, there’s a raw energy to the whole damn thing. 

I’m going to listen to this song 14 more times. 

The Sonics Here Are The Sonics Boss Hoss 1965 Etiquette Records garage garage rock garage punk Pacific Northwest

"Boss Hoss" by the Sonics, arguably the greatest of the original American garage bands. Regardless, they STOMP.

The Sonics Here Are The Sonics Boss Hoss 1965 Etiquette Records garage garage rock garage punk Pacific Northwest

"If I Told My Baby" by Sinn Sisamouth.

Crazy Cambodian garage rock from 1965. Just when it gets all Mothra soundtrack on ya they whip out blazing guitar solos and fucking stomp. Today they are probably all skulls in a wall of skulls but back then they kicked some ass!

Sinn Sisamouth Cambodia 1965 Garage Punk Mothra