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Posted on 17th Aug at 10:22 PM, with 19,196 notes
"white people can’t dance"

barking-bozo:

then explain THIS

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Posted on 15th Aug at 11:26 PM, with 65 notes
flashofgod:

Cindy Sherman, Untitled Film Still #3, 1977.
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flashofgod:

Cindy Sherman, Untitled Film Still #3, 1977.

Posted on 4th Aug at 10:39 PM, with 369 notes
Nicki and Beyoncé’s Wake-Up Call

newyorker:

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Sasha Frere-Jones on the “Flawless” remix: http://nyr.kr/1omtCjr

“It is conceptually coherent and ferocious, and neither performer makes a mistake. No flaws. Beyoncé’s words fold in recent gossip and nod subtly to the OutKast reunion, and she outshines her guest, who specializes in outshining hosts.”

Photograph by Larry Busacca/PW/Getty.

….the new yorker should stop commenting on music

Posted on 2nd Aug at 3:40 PM, with 160 notes
theparisreview:

“He was a conflicted outsider whom everyone respected, a manipulator who wanted to be understood. ‘He kept ghosts for company and couldn’t explain to the khaki-wearing set what haunted him. It was more than the fiction alone and more than the grief of his real life.’”
This week’s staff picks
, including the true stories of Breece D’J Pancake, Roger Angell’s baseball lessons, and Arion Press.
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theparisreview:

“He was a conflicted outsider whom everyone respected, a manipulator who wanted to be understood. ‘He kept ghosts for company and couldn’t explain to the khaki-wearing set what haunted him. It was more than the fiction alone and more than the grief of his real life.’”

This week’s staff picks
, including the true stories of Breece D’J Pancake, Roger Angell’s baseball lessons, and Arion Press.
Posted on 1st Aug at 3:44 PM, with 40 notes
kreuzen:

Lady Jaye & Genesis P-orridge
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kreuzen:

Lady Jaye & Genesis P-orridge

Posted on 21st Jul at 2:27 PM, with 85 notes
Anonymous asked: What does hardcore mean to you, Pat? How has it affected your life and what do you think it should represent?

selfdefensefamily:

Taught me you don’t have to be good at anything to try it. 

It ‘should’ represent what all art represents: the triumph of the individual and a marketplace of ideas. 

All that other shit, the community, camaraderie, and all that, dies as soon as someone sleeps with someone’s ex. It’s all nonsense. 

Posted on 3rd Jul at 7:20 PM, with 30 notes

All Else Failed
November 2, 2012
The Broad Street Ministry
Philadelphia, PA

I am reblogging my own post because this band is criminally slept on. It has been many years since I’ve entered a pit without a camera, but it will happen during AEF at TIHC. Stay the fuck away from me. Educate yourself:

http://allelsefailed.bandcamp.com/album/19-year-anniversary-playlist

FFO: people whose lives are spiraling out of control and no amount of desperation can save you from succumbing to the chaos.

Posted on 3rd Jul at 3:57 PM, with 30 notes

All Else Failed
November 2, 2012
The Broad Street Ministry
Philadelphia, PA

I am reblogging my own post because this band is criminally slept on. It has been many years since I’ve entered a pit without a camera, but it will happen during AEF at TIHC. Stay the fuck away from me. Educate yourself:

http://allelsefailed.bandcamp.com/album/19-year-anniversary-playlist

FFO: people whose lives are spiraling out of control and no amount of desperation can save you from succumbing to the chaos.

Posted on 25th Jun at 4:04 PM, with 7,220 notes
humanswhoeatass:

"I got the Peacekeeper Award in class.""How did you get that?""Well first I had to be chosen as the Peacekeeper. Then, if two people are having an argument, me and my other friend go up to them and try to fix the problem. Then if we can’t fix the problem, we go and eat their asses."
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humanswhoeatass:

"I got the Peacekeeper Award in class."
"How did you get that?"
"Well first I had to be chosen as the Peacekeeper. Then, if two people are having an argument, me and my other friend go up to them and try to fix the problem. Then if we can’t fix the problem, we go and eat their asses."

Posted on 27th May at 7:13 AM, with 18 notes
"Somebody once said to me, ‘God, they play the same song over and over,’ and I thought, Yeah, it’s so wonderful. What a great song. I can’t think of a kinder gift to the world than doing something so nice so many times in a row."
Ian Mackaye on Lungfish (via velodrone)
Posted on 17th May at 7:09 PM, with 27,883 notes

unhistorical:

The Madonna of the Roses (1903) & Pieta (1876), William Adolphe-Bouguereau  

#transformationtuesday

Posted on 15th May at 1:29 PM, with 20 notes

driova:

Taken from the “Refractory Obdurate” CD/LP/Digital out on Deathwish Inc. on 4/29/14

Wovenhand is a band led by dedicated life-musician and lyricist, David Eugene Edwards. Over the last two decades, his prolific work in both Wovenhand and the legendary 16 Horsepower has influenced and inspired a generation of musicians throughout the expansive alternative music world.

Wovenhand cannot be described in traditional terms. Their sound is an organic, weavework of neo-folk, post rock, punk, old-time, and alternative sounds. All coming together as a vehicle for David’s soulful expression and constant spiritual self exploration. Sometimes sad and sorrowed and at other times uplifting, Wovenhand are always unforgettable in spirit and sound.

“Refractory Obdurate” is the latest album from Wovenhand. Joining David on this album are longtime percussionist Ordy Garrison, along with musicians Chuck French and Neil Keener (Planes Mistaken For Stars, Git Some).

“Refractory Obdurate” is a moving masterwork that shows Wovenhand exploring louder roots hinted at on prior albums. As they maintain their melodious course, “Good Shepherd”, “Field of Hedon”, and “Hiss”, stomp forth with a newly amplified punk rock heart. While “The Refractory”, “Salome”, and “Obdurate Obscura” each ascend epically into a multi-layered haze. Ten songs in all, “Refractory Obdurate” plays as a beautifully crafted patchwork that transcends genres and expectation; a true artistic achievement, that only Wovenhand could offer.

this song is so good.

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