Archive for the punk rock Category

original Effigies shirt on ebay

Posted in American music, badassery, chicago, punk rock, Uncategorized on January 12, 2011 by All Conference Vintage

One of my favorite Chicago punk bands. If this shirt wasn’t tiny, I would buy it at any price!

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personalized plate suggestion

Posted in punk rock on November 20, 2009 by All Conference Vintage

MK Ultra reunion photos

Posted in how much art can you take?, i am endlessly fascinating, punk rock on October 26, 2009 by All Conference Vintage


My bud Jenn Leis has posted some artsy undt fartsy photos of the MK Ultra reunion show in Chicago earlier this month here

There is inexplicably yet another new band called MK Ultra (there are several before and after us, I guess. We received a nice cease and desist letter from John Vanderslice years ago and complied mostly) We’re not responsibly for their dumbass graffiti.

The reunion show was very successful, blah blah blah

MK Ultra reunion surveillance footage

Posted in i am endlessly fascinating, punk rock on October 6, 2009 by All Conference Vintage

Noted agitators of the old guard, MK Ultra, surfaced again this past weekend in Chicago, signaled the alarm to sleeper cells, and faded again into the shadows.

Diane Lane in the Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains!

Posted in dames, girl groups, movies, punk rock on August 27, 2009 by All Conference Vintage


from the mesmerizing threeframes.net
love me some Diane Lane!
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The Wipers on love and reality (1979)

Posted in american heroes, American music, how much art can you take?, philosophy, playlist, punk rock on May 29, 2009 by All Conference Vintage

Sometimes I get these feelings
and I don’t know what to say
Is it that I don’t belong here
Cause I really want to stay
Sometimes I wish that you
Could break up to me
Is this real?

In time I found myself
Wishing that you were here
But then I realized
That all time stood still
Sometimes I wish that you
Could break down to me
Is this real?

Big Bill Haywood says Release all Class War Prisoners (1906-07?)

Posted in american heroes, badassery, chicago, ephemera, history, i'm as mad as hell and i'm not going to take this anymore, made in usa, punk rock, vanishing America on May 8, 2009 by All Conference Vintage

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grabbed from loc.gov
Big Bill Haywood is one of the forgotten heroes/anti-heroes of American history. He faced down corrupt politicians, craft unions, and corporations back in the days when they would just kill you rather than ruining your credit rating. He flaked out and moved to the Soviet Union later in life, but don’t hold that against him. Read up on him.