Nihon Arupusu, Japan
Iconic model Veruschka photographed by Richard Avedon for the October 1966 issue of Vogue.
Still from the documentary “The Eye Has To Travel,” about the life and times of tenacious visionary Diana Vreeland.

Nihon Arupusu, Japan

Iconic model Veruschka photographed by Richard Avedon for the October 1966 issue of Vogue.

Still from the documentary “The Eye Has To Travel,” about the life and times of tenacious visionary Diana Vreeland.


A 1960s aerial view of seaside sunbathers in Ocean City, Maryland by Emory Kristof, from National Geographic’s Found Tumblr.

A 1960s aerial view of seaside sunbathers in Ocean City, Maryland by Emory Kristof, from National Geographic’s Found Tumblr.


RARE VINYL SERIES: ORIGAMI VINYL, DTLANeil Schield : The Jacks, Vacant World
About five years back I was trolling the internet for Japanese Rock and stumbled upon some outdated website documenting the lost sounds of Japanese Garage Rock from the 60’s. Many of the bands were influenced by the sounds of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Beach Boys. The Jacks were Japan’s most interesting and creative answer to that sound. Their album “Vacant World” displayed the most awesome heavy fuzz sound that spun my head around. I’ve been rocking this album ever since. Sadly the thing is so rare, I haven’t been able to get my hands on a copy. You can get a fix of The Jacks here, and read more about their releases on Garage Hangover.
We’re featuring rare vinyl profiles by some of our favorite record labels and shops around the world. Keep an eye out for more.

RARE VINYL SERIES: ORIGAMI VINYL, DTLA
Neil Schield : The Jacks, Vacant World

About five years back I was trolling the internet for Japanese Rock and stumbled upon some outdated website documenting the lost sounds of Japanese Garage Rock from the 60’s. Many of the bands were influenced by the sounds of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Beach Boys. The Jacks were Japan’s most interesting and creative answer to that sound. Their album “Vacant World” displayed the most awesome heavy fuzz sound that spun my head around. I’ve been rocking this album ever since. Sadly the thing is so rare, I haven’t been able to get my hands on a copy. You can get a fix of The Jacks here, and read more about their releases on Garage Hangover.

We’re featuring rare vinyl profiles by some of our favorite record labels and shops around the world. Keep an eye out for more.


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