Pee-Pee 1990 with The Kellys

This is what they did in Germany in 1990, they let this cult-looking family pop up on TV with their girl-looking-son singing “I ain’t going to pee-pee in my bed tonight,” or some sort of variation of this. They were called The Kellys, and they were an American-German family turned rock band that looked like cult gypsies. According to their Wikipedia page, “They have had chart and concert success in Europe and other parts of the world, especially in Germany, the Benelux countries, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, Spain and Portugal. They have sold over 20 million albums since the early 1980s.”

We are officially upset.

From The Citrus Report

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Photos and interview with photographer Steffan Corr

Where do you live?
1. Currently I live in Southsea, Portsmouth because I’m studying photography at the University of Portsmouth. However I’m originally from Epsom, Surrey (Near South London).

What do you take pictures of?
2. At the moment most of my time is being spent being a student, so I haven’t had much time for personal projects. However I love taking photos of urban decay, fashion and live music shows (both bands and DJ’s)

What kind of camera do you use?
3. The camera I own is a Canon 450d and an Olympus OM-G. However, in the past i’ve used both Mamiya and Hasselblad Medium format cameras for both personal and University work.

What are your influences?
4. Simply: music, friends, flickr artists and day to day events.

Were do you see yourself in five years?
5. Hopefully out of University and maybe traveling, creating a photo journal as I go (Europe, Eastern Europe, America and Asia) or working in London somewhere.

What makes you happy?
6. UK Bass Music makes me very happy at the moment.

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Boogie in the city of Bor, Serbia, August 2010

Boogie spent a few days in Bor, Serbia this past month, and took a bunch of, typically, beautiful photos, and wrote this short essay:

Bor is a city in eastern Serbia which revolves around one of Europe’s biggest copper mines, once the pride of ex-Yugoslavian industry. In the 1990s, during the time of sanctions on Serbia, production in this mine dropped significantly and many people left the area. Outdated technology and the fact that the copper melting plant is in the center of the city have made Bor one of the most polluted cities in the Balkans, with the highest level of sulphur-dioxide (SO2) concentration in Europe.