“It’s just, you know, you’ve got to prove what you feel.”
Series: Freak Party
1920s Bright Young Things hosted wild ‘freak parties.’ These posts compiled by friends are soundtracks of youth.
“Aaron and I filmed this one ourselves and played the song live.
Anne Briggs, ballad singer, cult figure of ‘60‘s and ‘70s folk scene, was a teenage runaway.
Julie Benoist’s Leave The Kid Alone
Julie Benoist is a freelance fashion stylist based out of Paris.
Back In The Day
If you grew up as a pre-teen or a teenager in the Bay Area in the 1990s, urban radio composed the soundtrack to your coming of age.
My Pre-Teen Punk Hero: Venus DeBaun
Several years ago, a friend made me a mix CD (remember those?)
Iggy and the Stooges, Farmington High
Seriously punk pics of Iggy Pop performing to grateful students at Farmington High School in Oakland, Michigan on December 5, 1970.
Teenage Fanclub: Eloise Hess
I’ve decided that Eloise Hess is the coolest 16-year-old in California.
Back in 1995, Michael Finch was studying for his GCSE’s.
/// Studio A /// Presents: NEW SENSATIONS
If one’s first contact with cool—or one’s quick realization that one is probably, most likely uncool—represents the onset of The Teenage Years, then for me it happened one afternoon in 7th grade, the day the girl I’d been in love with since 2nd grade played Violent Femmes on her boombox after school.