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RIP Frankie Knuckles a bona fide legend, pioneer, innovator. Thank you for the music. (via acidgrandads: Frankie’s gone. RIP)

Sheffield at neet via ajbadger: Another photo walk in my home town. Some interesting details that come to life at night.

mistafe:

Hometown.

jbinjapan:

Park Hill Flats, Sheffield

jbinjapan:

Hyde Park Flats, Sheffield

unclearlandscapes:

The Royal Hallamshire Hospital. Sheffield

tea—lady:

Street art in Sheffield.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b03slty8/Storyville_20132014_The_Big_Melt_How_Steel_Made_Us_Hard/

A film by Martin Wallace and Jarvis Cocker, The Big Melt combines 100 years of footage from the BFI National Archive with a score recorded live at the Crucible Theatre on the opening night of Sheffield Doc/Fest in June 2013 to tell the story of steel, the story of the men in the steelworks and the story of Sheffield.

Taking us on musical journey into the soul of a nation, it brings to life the ghosts of our past, taking us into the belly of the furnaces and showing how our national character has been stamped from the mighty presses of our industrial heritage.

Featuring leading Sheffield musicians including Jarvis Cocker and Pulp band members, the City of Sheffield Brass Band, Richard Hawley and his band members, the Forgemasters, a string quartet and a youth choir, the live soundtrack has been edited by Cocker to create a phenomenal music score - a new kind of Sheffield heavy metal, with pictures. (via eternalrocksbeneath)