Posts Tagged ‘1970s’

INTERVIEW: JIM JOCOY

By Conor Riley As a photographer, Jim Jocoy is best known for his book We’re Desperate, which chronicles the distinct style of the West Coast punk invasion of the late 1970s and early 80s. Since […]

OAK FALL ANTHEM: LOU REED “PERFECT DAY”

Lou Reed’s career was nothing short of prolific. From his work with The Velvet Underground, to his solo albums, he became a legend of both rock and New York City, and his music continues to […]

MIXED MEDIUM: ANTON PERICH

Words by Justin Fulton. There are two types of artists — Those who become household names with subsequent empires and those who produce work happily within the margins of all that shimmers, gaining validation through […]

OAK SPRING ANTHEM: TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS “AMERICAN GIRL”

For today’s OAK Spring Anthem, we’re taking it way back to 1977 with “American Girl” by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Rumored to be based on the true story of a young girl jumping to […]