helsauge:

The Place to Chill 

10:03

trueotterwaits:

Big Ears Festival, Shervin Lainez.-

11:19

artgods:

Taxi Driver (1976) dir. Martin Scorsese 

11:19


fox-trail:

tonight, tonight | the smashing pumpkins

7041 listens (download link)

11:18

(Fuente: tunnelsounds)

10:58

gael garcía bernal // the motorcycle diaries (2004)

(Fuente: beautypeeps)

10:57

Warpaint at KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic, 4/8/2014.

Photos by Larry Hirshowitz.

(Fuente: jennyleelindberg)

2:47

panny:

by Roberta Ridolfi

6:07

calumet412:

Age of Adolescence (Lincoln Park), 1960, Chicago. Joseph Sterling

10:35

warpaintwarpaint:

Warpaint Live in Washington, DC (24th March 2014). Photo by Matt Condon. 

(Fuente: Flickr / arcane93)

10:32

yourdarlinglolita:

Leon The Professional, 1994

10:30

Clockwork Orange - 1971

(Fuente: filmesss)

10:30

taryn-lindquist:

There is so much beauty before our eyes that is so simply over looked

10:29

warpaintwarpaint:

Warpaint Live in Washington, DC (24th March 2014). Photos by Matt Condon. 

(Fuente: Flickr / arcane93)

10:26

❝ Music is not something that you are in control of. It comes from somewhere else. If you’re that middleman between the cosmos and the real world on Earth that the music comes through, you are very lucky. When you record music, it’s not your job to try to control anything. It’s more about being in the right place and flowing with the energies that are in the air around you and with the people that you are making the music with. The second that someone thinks music comes from themselves, and that they are the ones responsible for it, is when they go off track. The most important thing you could realize is that you are the least important part of the whole process. Music is going to be made whether any one artist is here or not. If John Lennon or Jimi Hendrix had disappeared, music still would have gone on, changed, grown, and been the beautiful thing that it is. You take away the music, all you have are the individuals, and they don’t mean anything. The individual is nothing, it’s the music that’s in the air all the time that’s important, and you have to be humble in the face of that.

— John Frusciante

(Fuente: xygni)

10:25
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