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Widowspeak - Ballad of the Golden Hour

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Cat Power // the Greatest

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2 years ago
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Without music, life would be a mistake.
Friedrich Nietzsche (via hip-)

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2 years ago
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MGMT to be featured on Fleetwood Mac tribute album


You have no idea what this means to me.

I just died

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2 years ago
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Jimi Hendrix // May This Be Love

2 years ago
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Panda Bear- Last Night At The Jetty 

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2 years ago
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Honey and the Moon - Joseph Arthur

an old favorite. When I was a teenager I used to listen to this song A LOT. I liked to drive around and listen to it.

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2 years ago
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my logic:we have similar music taste therefore we are meant for each other
2 years ago
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Kurt Vile // Baby’s Arms

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2 years ago
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Arthel Lane “Doc” Watson passed away on Tuesday May 29, 2012 at a hospital in Winston-Salem, NC. He was 89 years old. This simply breaks my Southern heart. There are few people in this world that were both as talented and genuinely humble as Doc.

I remember working as a lighting tech at a show he was performing at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh, NC in the summer of 2008. At one point, Doc was in a picking circle backstage with Riley Vargus and a number of other friends and acquaintances. Every single person on that job site - the grips, the lighting techs, the caterers, everyone - stopped working and just stood in silent awe, struck by the graceful power of his words and chords. They broke the mold when they made this man.

Read about Doc’s music and life here.

(via npr)

2 years ago
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