Edge City

Hundred Waters - Live on KEXP

Protomartyr - Bad Advice

This song is just exactly what I always need to hear.

imathers:

greg-pak:

Outstanding.
mattmarblo:

oops turns out this is every single person that says this


Tom Ewing added a very good point:

There’s nothing wrong with stopping seeking out the new and idealising the old, by the way. I mean, as long as you don’t do it for everything you care about, that’s unhealthy. But it’s a big life and you have less and less of it, triage is going to happen. Just don’t be a dick to your ex-interests, or more to the point, to the people who share them.

(Emphasis mine; and of course, I think Tom would agree we’re not taking about ex-interests we’ve realized are bigoted, hurtful, etc., and even then we’re not exactly talking about ‘being a dick’.)

imathers:

greg-pak:

Outstanding.

mattmarblo:

oops turns out this is every single person that says this

Tom Ewing added a very good point:

There’s nothing wrong with stopping seeking out the new and idealising the old, by the way. I mean, as long as you don’t do it for everything you care about, that’s unhealthy. But it’s a big life and you have less and less of it, triage is going to happen. Just don’t be a dick to your ex-interests, or more to the point, to the people who share them.

(Emphasis mine; and of course, I think Tom would agree we’re not taking about ex-interests we’ve realized are bigoted, hurtful, etc., and even then we’re not exactly talking about ‘being a dick’.)

(Source: dakotamcfadzean)

PALM - Fleshtones

New Palm! I will listen to any music by this band on repeat.

inambientia:

Olga Bell covering “Buddy Holly.”

This song holds up to weird interpretation strangely well.

Olga Bell

—Kamchatka Krai

feregjarat:

this new stuff of Olga Bell (Dirty Projectors) is pretty cool
also the cover is stunning

This album is great. Very stimulating! Reminds me of Roomful of Teeth and Dirty Projectors and a lot of other stuff.

Stein Urheim - Kosmoloda (live)

Just listen to this!

tunedumper:

Kosmoloda by Stein Urheim

This album is really wonderful.