1. strictlysquaresville:

    The Modern Lovers - Hospital

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  4. Dallas, TX - 31 July ‘74
    by Joel Bernstein

    (Source: aliphantparts, via judy-blue-eyes)

     

  5. (Source: fm-waves, via myrisingvoice)

     
  6. amywinehousedevotee:

    At The BBC | cover image

    (via itsababyshambles)

     
  7. macdemarco2:

    New Mac Demarco music video for Chamber of Reflection 

    (via macc-demarco)

     
     
  8. "It’s like I was playing some kind of game, but the rules don’t make any sense to me. They’re being made up by all the wrong people. I mean no one makes them up. They seem to make themselves up."

    The Graduate (dir. by Mike Nichols, 1967)

    (Source: theroning, via thatgroovychick)

     
  9. Pink Floyd

    (Source: one-of-my-turns, via breakmyheartonsunnydays)

     
  10. red-lipstick:

    Wolf Erlbruch (b. 1948,  Wuppertal, Germany) - Illustration from Duck, Death and the Tulip (German title: Ente, Tod und Tulpe), 2007     Book Illustrations

    (Source: picturebookden.blogspot.com, via breakmyheartonsunnydays)

     
  11. cinephiliabeyond:

    Interviews with European Directors. Yeah, baby!

    It’s a long list. It’s a very incomplete list. But it is a fantastic list. Over 60 names. Over 60 directors. All of them individuals who have, in one way or another, helped European cinema — and cinema in general — evolve. From the obvious masters like Kieślowski, Bunuel or Hitchcock to the modest contributors like Benigni or Andersson. All individual voices who have tossed their pebbles into the ocean that is cinematic art. Voices that need to be heard if cinema is to be understood or even just experienced. European voices in a globalised cinema world.

    Read ‘em with wide eyes and an open mind.

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  12. aintnodevil:

    are ‘friends’ electric? // the dead weather (gary numan cover)

    there’s a knock on the door
    and just for a second i thought i remembered you

    (via aleatoryalarmalligator)

     
  13. ashes-and-glass:

    Jerry Garcia, 1967.

    (Source: jerrygarcia.com, via gratefulstash)

     

  14. "Nobody can tell me how to record music because I have done it in ways a lot of producers wouldn’t even dream of — And no doctors can tell me how to use or not use my voice because I have been singing like this for over 30 years, and my voice is still here."
    — Blixa Bargeld, (Einstürzende Neubauten) interview: 2012 (via ballard435)

    (Source: guestlisted.blogspot.fr, via earth-oddity)

     

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