It's a feeling.

Bon Iver & St. Vincent - Roslyn

insolitum:

Aren’t we just terrified?

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pugbugduckmug:

sleepy transparent pug

pugbugduckmug:

sleepy transparent pug

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kandylife13:

mvgl:

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 2x09 - “Cased Up” (November 11, 1991)

been trying to tell us

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RY X - Vampires

indiehappyhour:

Vampires • RY X 

Anyone bumming about the potential extinction of Bon Iver, and just can’t get into Volcano Choir, I present to you RY X. 

(via amorphousis)

About to watch this!
So excited this album is finally out! #shabazzpalaces #lesemajesty
poboh:

Wallpaper Design, by The Silver Studio, English School, ca 1890.
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poboh:

Wallpaper Design, by The Silver Studio, English School, ca 1890.

lotusgreenfotos.blogspot

(via amorphousis)

Listening to the new Common album! Favorite lyrics from this song, Common: “You created me from dust that’s why I did dirt.” Vice Staples: “The worst things in life come sittin six feet / Tried to hop the gate to heaven cause I couldn’t get a key.” #common #nobodyssmiling

“The universe is wider than our views of it.”

—   Henry David Thoreau, d. 1862 (via ohdreaming)

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Really missin this cutie right now.

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jungleindierock:

Perfume Genius - Queen

New video for “Queen”, the first single taken from Perfume Genius’ upcoming album “Too Bright”. The album will be released on September 22nd via Matador Records. Video directed by Cody Critcheloe (SSION).

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In The Master, In order to achieve the effect of clenching his mouth and talking out of one side, Joaquin Phoenix had his dentist attach metal plates to his teeth with rubber bands to hold them shut. The rubber bands weren’t strong enough to hold his mouth shut, so he removed them. But the metal plates, complete with screws that slightly cut up the inside of his cheek, were enough of a constant reminder that it allowed him to play that aspect of the character (x).

In The Master, In order to achieve the effect of clenching his mouth and talking out of one side, Joaquin Phoenix had his dentist attach metal plates to his teeth with rubber bands to hold them shut. The rubber bands weren’t strong enough to hold his mouth shut, so he removed them. But the metal plates, complete with screws that slightly cut up the inside of his cheek, were enough of a constant reminder that it allowed him to play that aspect of the character (x).

(Source: thefilmfatale)