Julie Byrne | Prism Song

I can’t stop listening to this song/album. It’s perfect. 

Julie Byrne | Keep on Raging 

gaulllimaufry:

feeling kin d a tired lately. , , 

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I’m ready for this weather

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nevver:

Darkness of the edge of town, Patrick Joust

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Coming home to cat vomit on my last pair of clean sheets sums up my work day today.

Oasis | Supersonic

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ruiraiox:

Back on September 11, 1992, Nirvana was deep in the aftermath of the one-year-old Nevermind. When they headed back to their native Seattle for a homecoming gig, MTV News showed up to interview some ecstatic fans, as well as members of Kurt Cobain’s family. As Stereogum points out, footage has now surfaced.

Eerily, when Cobain’s mother Wendy O’Connor is asked how she feels about her son’s success, she says, “I have mixed emotions about it. Because I’m glad that he made enough of a success to make a living, but some of it is too much for him, I think. For all of us, really, it’s a little overwhelming.” (Watch that section at the 9:22 mark.)

Sub Pop confirms that one of the fans interviewed was an extremely young-looking Phil Elverum of Mount Eerie and the Microphones. That’s him on the right, at the 1:50 mark. 

When the journalist asks Elverum and a friend whether or not they’re bothered by Nirvana’s massive fame, he says, “Yeah, kinda” before darting away from the camera.

By Jenn Pelly - Pitchfork

rainy-day-lattes:

herkindoftea:

This is all wonderful, but my goodness that porch is dreamy.

need

No, THIS is the one I want. 

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Honest question: What’s the last song that made you feel something? Sad, happy, excited, let down. Anything. I don’t mean the feeling you get every time you listen to the song. I mean a song you just listened to for the first time or the first time in forever and you had to stop what you were doing to observe that feeling. What was that feeling? What was that song?

Have I really been relegated to a life of mindless 9-5 office work just because I didn’t know what I wanted to do for forty years when I was 18 years old and didn’t finish college?

I was 18 twelve years ago and I still barely have a grasp on what I would like to do for the rest of my life.