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rebeccaclaycole

regram from @cameranoise #tbt we got rear ended by the Buzzcocks en route to see them play at Coachella. A+ day.
     
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  3. winnieau:

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    winnieau:

    Last one for now - to see the full story visit Refinery 29.

    Photo by Winnie Au

    Art direction by Sara McDowell/Refinery 29

    Hair & Makeup by Bethany Brill

    Styling by Kemal Harris

     
  4. 20:12

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    Reblogged from bec-lectic

    Tags: carrie brownsteinquoteswild flag

    "I see rock as a genre that should get in and get out, and Wild Flag was a straight ahead rock band in a lot of ways. Sonically, I feel that rock has such an expiration date, you want to consume it while it’s warm from the oven, burn your tongue on it, feel that residual sting for a few days, then move on. So, in that sense, one record was perfect." - Carrie Brownstein on a recording a sophomore Wild Flag album
    — spot on. (via bec-lectic)
     
  5. Sleater-Kinney and Helium, 1998 // Wild Flag, 2011

    (Source: digitalwetness)

     
  6. 16:36 6th May 2014

    Notes: 34

    Reblogged from cashedbowl

    Tags: ellen pagewild flag

    cashedbowl:

Can we all just talk about this

    cashedbowl:

    Can we all just talk about this

     
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  8. 16:10 14th Mar 2014

    Notes: 10

    Reblogged from somehillbilly

    Tags: ex hexmary timony

     
  9. nprmusic:

So it sounds like Wild Flag is no more, at least for the time being. A good band knows when bow out, but still, we’re gonna miss them, especially since Carrie Brownstein announced the formation on NPR Music in 2010. 
In the meanwhile, we’re reliving Wild Flag’s killer 2011 set at the Black Cat in Washington, D.C., which closes out with Ramones and Television covers. 
Photo: Shantel Mitchell for NPR

    nprmusic:

    So it sounds like Wild Flag is no more, at least for the time being. A good band knows when bow out, but still, we’re gonna miss them, especially since Carrie Brownstein announced the formation on NPR Music in 2010. 

    In the meanwhile, we’re reliving Wild Flag’s killer 2011 set at the Black Cat in Washington, D.C., which closes out with Ramones and Television covers. 

    Photo: Shantel Mitchell for NPR

     
  10. Plays: 129