Erasure // Always
actually, literally shaking and crying right now because this song was the shit for five-year old me. this, the lion king soundtrack, and I Will Always Love You.
cannot even begin to think of how different my life would be if i had been aware of the existence of music videos but here we are, twenty years later, and my music taste has pretty much come full circle
'i'm sorry, i don't have a picture, just touch my hair and tell me i'm pretty,' i whisper to myself as i look through yelp reviews of salons
i’ve been making some mistakes recently (cut for ed talk [i don’t know, can i say that, that might be self-diagnosis and that’s a dangerous habit to get into])
talkin’ bout the future with HB
Anonymous asked: Have you heard Lovebird? "Slowly After" and "Adolescent Mind" and "Beat of My Heart" especially. I've been on their Spotify page pressing repeat for days.
Spotify makes my old laptop hot and cranky, so I had to wait to listen to Lovebird on my work computer. I was pretty busy so I couldn’t focus on it too much, but I liked the sound enough to give it another listen! I think if I had heard this about four years ago I would have been really into it; I was reminded a lot of Marissa Nadler and I blew her UP for a couple years there.
Lately the music I have been able to get into lately (<3 u streaming radio) has mostly been electric stuff, which is a big change for me. Pretty into Lucius right now, if you want to give that a try.
"That Blanchett could appear in the same Toronto Film Festival playing Elizabeth and Bob Dylan, both splendidly, is a wonder of acting."
- Roger Ebert
whenever i change a profile image (especially for something public) to an actual picture of my face i always feel like it’s a great little fuck-you gesture.
i know logically it’s inconsequential, but let me have this, my small, sullen pleasure
Owen Pallett / Odessa (Caribou cover)
oh jesus christ why did i pick saxophone, the instrument most hostile to looping