The Silver Factory Darkroom Ghost By Nate Freeman William Linich (February 22, 1940 – July 18, 2016), the primary architect, foreman, lighting designer and archivist at Andy Warhol’s Factory, film-maker and photographer, who used his camera to immortalize its denizens, has died at age 76. To look through the snapshots taken by Name in the 1960s is […]Read More Rest in Peace Billy Name!
The Prisoner The Prisoner (known only as Number Six) is a former government agent who has abruptly resigned from his job and finds himself imprisoned in an idyllic yet bizarre seaside village isolated from the world by the sea and mountains where his captors try to find out why he abruptly resigned from his job. Number […]Read More Ridley Scott/Number 6
A Sixties Movement with a Very Far-Reaching Influence… by GARY LACHMAN In 1963, two people met at the L Ron Hubbard Institute of Scientology on Fitzroy Street, London. They were both studying to be ‘auditors’. Based on his earlier system of Dianetics, ‘auditing’ was Hubbard’s method of discovering and eliminating ‘engrams,’ the psychic residue from past […]Read More The Process Church of the Final Judgement
An Interview with Richard Hell by Adam Leith Gollner “Without a doubt, the single most influential thing I’ve done was my haircut,” Richard Hell writes in Massive Pissed Love, his new collection of nonfiction. It’s a characteristically self-deprecating statement from a writer who started as one of the main sparks in New York City’s 1970s […]Read More Classic Dionysian Shit
A Psychedelic Satirical Spectacle What can I say, I love it! It’s refreshing, ironic, even caustic at times, powerful and definitely surreal. Here are Hayley’s latest works as well as some pointers on how she perceives her own work. Have some pure Aussie redneck fun! I never know what to say about my work, there is just so […]Read More Sicko-Delic by Hayley Arjona