Sage's Otherworldly Luncheonette

An aesthetic smörgåsbord of things bizarre, nostalgic, worldly, otherworldly, tasty, psychedelic, cinematic, musical, witchy, Bette Davis, alternative & queer.

Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit

Jefferson Airplane, “White Rabbit”, from the band’s sophomore studio album ‘Surrealistic Pillow’. © 1967 RCA Victor

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PJ Harvey - On Battleship Hill

PJ Harvey, “On Battleship Hill”, from the singer’s eighth studio album ‘Let England Shake’. © 2011 Island

The White Stripes, “Blue Orchid”, the lead single from the band’s fifth studio album ‘Get Behind Me Satan’. © 2005 XL Recordings

PJ Harvey - Plants And Rags

PJ Harvey, “Plants and Rags”, from the singer’s debut studio album ‘Dry’. © 1992 Too Pure

(Source: accidentalchemy)

Promotional poster for Hole's sophomore studio album 'Live Through This' (1994).
Hole, “Violet”, the third single from the band’s sophomore studio album ‘Live Through This’ (1994).

Hole, “Violet”, the third single from the band’s sophomore studio album ‘Live Through This’ (1994).

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Deee-Lite, “Groove Is In The Heart”, the lead single from the group’s debut studio album ‘World Clique’. © 1990 Elektra Records

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John Frusciante photographed by Nabil for the album ‘Enclosure’, c. 2014.

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V V Brown - Substitute For Love

V V Brown, “Substitute For Love”, from the singer’s sophomore studio album ‘Samson & Delilah’. © 2013 YOY Records

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Kurt and Courtney’s apartment in Los Angeles shortly after they moved out in 1992.

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L7 - Questioning My Sanity

L7, “Questioning My Sanity”, from the band’s fourth studio album ‘Hungry For Stink’. © 1994 Reprise/Slash

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PJ Harvey, “Working for the Man” (Live), c. 1995.

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The Casual Dots - Mama's Gonna Make Us a Cake

The Casual Dots, “Mama’s Gonna Make Us a Cake”, from the band’s self-titled debut album, ‘The Casual Dots’. © 2004 Kill Rock Stars

Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Happy House”, the lead single from the band’s third studio album ‘Kaleidoscope' (1980).

Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Happy House”, the lead single from the band’s third studio album ‘Kaleidoscope' (1980).

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Bonobo, “Cirrus”, the lead single from the fifth studio album ‘The North Borders’. © 2013 Ninja Tune