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starkidkay1230:

I literally just threw my phone.

starkidkay1230:

I literally just threw my phone.

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jamsoftheday:

Just when you think that you’re in control,
just when you think that you’ve got a hold,
just when you get on a roll,
here it goes, here it goes, here it goes again.

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— 2 days ago with 3790 notes

album-of-the-week:

Pink Floyd went into the recording of Meddle with no new songs or material whatsoever. In the process of coming up with something new, the group tried recording music separately on different tracks without knowing what the other members were doing. Guitarist David Gilmour would later say this was “awful… absolutely awful.”

Meddle even came close to becoming an album of songs completely performed with household objects. Meddle's recording engineer John Leckie said of these sessions, “They were making chords up from the tapping of beer bottles, tearing newspaper to get a rhythm and letting off an aerosol can to get a hi-hat sound. It was very much [drummer] Nick Mason's idea, but everyone was involved. The trouble was it didn't seem to be going anywhere.”

Gilmour stated “Basically, we’re the laziest group ever. Other groups would be quite horrified if they saw how we waste our recording time.” Bassist Roger Waters, on the other hand, had one goal for the album. At a press conference before the release of Meddle, he said “I’m bored with most of the stuff we play.” He was keen on ridding Pink Floyd’s cursed “space rock” label, and said that the band’s previous album, Atom Heart Mother, was “the beginning of the end.” Meddle, however, was the beginning of Pink Floyd’s future.

Above: Pink Floyd at AIR Studios recording Meddle.

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— 1 week ago with 259 notes

jedavu:

STREET ART AGAINST CONSUMERISM

by  Los Angeles-based artist Plastic Jesus

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okkultmotionpictures:

The GIF Artists World Map presents: 

Artist: Nicolas Monterrat aka un-gif-dans-ta-gueule
From: Paris, France
Tumblr: un-gif-dans-ta-gueule.tumblr.com


The GIF Artists World Map is a project by Alessandro Scali | OKKULT Motion Pictures. Want to help me to add infos/improve this map? Have you found mistakes? Write me at lssndrscl@gmail.com or info@okkul.lt. 

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aperoll33:

durkin62:

watchoutboy:

OH MY GOD WHY, WHY DO YOU DO THIS ON A SITE WITH 13 YEAR OLDS WHO WILL ACTUALLY TRY THIS, STOP

Natural selection.


Lmao kids, go to bed.

aperoll33:

durkin62:

watchoutboy:

OH MY GOD WHY, WHY DO YOU DO THIS ON A SITE WITH 13 YEAR OLDS WHO WILL ACTUALLY TRY THIS, STOP

Natural selection.

Lmao kids, go to bed.

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— 1 week ago with 156006 notes

Franz Reichelt jumps off the Eiffel Tower wearing the parachute that he designed and invented. (Needless to say that he died.)February 4th 1912, Paris, France.

Franz Reichelt jumps off the Eiffel Tower wearing the parachute that he designed and invented. (Needless to say that he died.)
February 4th 1912, Paris, France.

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cumbrulee:

Do you like The Mars Volta? 
Their early work was a little too ‘punk’ for my taste, but when De-Loused in the Comatorium came out in ‘03, I think they really came into their own - both thematically and artistically. The whole album has a clear, progressive sound, and a new sheen of abstract lyricism that really gives the songs a big boost. They have been compared to Coheed and Cambria, but I think The Mars Volta has a far more bitter, depressing view of the world. 
In ‘05, The Mars Volta released this, Frances the Mute, their most accomplished album. I think their undisputed masterpiece is ‘Cassandra Gemini’, a song so long most people probably don’t even listen to it all the way through - but they should! Because it’s not just about the struggle of a man looking for his long lost mother, and the importance of blood ties, it’s also a personal statement about the band itself! 
Hey Paul!

cumbrulee:

Do you like The Mars Volta? 

Their early work was a little too ‘punk’ for my taste, but when De-Loused in the Comatorium came out in ‘03, I think they really came into their own - both thematically and artistically. The whole album has a clear, progressive sound, and a new sheen of abstract lyricism that really gives the songs a big boost. They have been compared to Coheed and Cambria, but I think The Mars Volta has a far more bitter, depressing view of the world. 

In ‘05, The Mars Volta released this, Frances the Mute, their most accomplished album. I think their undisputed masterpiece is ‘Cassandra Gemini’, a song so long most people probably don’t even listen to it all the way through - but they should! Because it’s not just about the struggle of a man looking for his long lost mother, and the importance of blood ties, it’s also a personal statement about the band itself! 

Hey Paul!

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— 1 week ago with 455 notes