Wednesday, April 23, 2014

welcome-to-my-chemical-fall-out:

donotopenb4xmas:

https://soundcloud.com/doctorbrixx

WHAT THE FUCKAM I SUPPOSED TO FEEL 

I feel like this needs to be added

rubdown HAVE YOU HEARD THIS

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

hungry and hollow ; james buchanan barnes (listen) (keep)

I will turn myself into a gun, because I’m hungry and hollow and just want something to call my own.

judge and jury, audiomachine (instrumental) ◆ seven nation army (remix), the glitch mob (I’m bleeding / right before the lord / all the words are gonna bleed from me / and I will think no more.) ◆ welcome to bangkok, brand new (space cadet…pull out.) ◆ intro, the xx (instrumental) ◆ american x, black rebel motorcycle club (there’s nothing here that is left to be saved / take a bow to the warrior state.) ◆ bahnhof rumble, the chemical brothers (instrumental) ◆ parentheses, the antlers (arm in a sling, / I don’t owe you anything / I’m a bad amputee, / with no phantom memory.) ◆ earth death, baths (come kill me / I seem so brittle / come kill me / I seem so little.) ◆ anybody’s ghost (the national cover), silver swans (said it was not inside my heart, it was / said it should tear a kid apart, it does.)

(Source: prewars)

Monday, April 21, 2014

grimelords:

it’s crazy that no one ever talks about that computer in an empty house in germany that’s been quietly generating the world’s supply of trance music since 1994

Anonymous asked: is that actually true or are you making shit up

grimelords:

think about it this way: can you imagine a human being actually spending their time making trance music? of course not. it’s computer.

officialplxar asked: Can you explain the story behind the post about the computer in the empty house in Germany?

grimelords:

When trance music was first starting out in the early 90s, Klaus Schulze designed a computer program to automatically generate trance music and it’s been running continuously since April 8, 1994 and contributing the world’s supply of trance ever since. It makes about 700 minutes of music a day.

Saturday, April 19, 2014

laineydiamond:

notxam:

someone played an lcd soundsystem song over a miles davis trumpet solo and i think i feel alive for the first time in my life

*mouth hangs open for eternity*

warrgle:

sassy-spoon:

this-love-i-have:

maeva-tiss:

GRAMMY 2186

HARBINGER AND JUSTIN BIEBER COLLABORATION

I FELL OFF MY FUCKING BED

HELP

Monday, April 14, 2014

actuallygrimes:

borngold:

somehow i slept on this last year and now it’s one of my favorite things

h/t to jesse locke

the intro is long but wait for it — song and video are so good

Sunday, April 13, 2014

katvongrimm:

flaviia:

ramblingdaniel:

To celebrate the incredibly exciting news that Janelle Monáe and Kimbra will be touring Australia together, I plan to listen (and dance) to their cover of Michael Jackson’s ‘Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin” all day.

YES.

holy shitballs I am so keen for this

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Even in the 21st century, Steve is still living in the middle of a war story — or a post-war story, with Steve failing to get the closure he needs because he never really “came back” from WWII. The movie soundtrack even includes a classic wartime love song about missing and then being reunited with your sweetheart, It’s Been A Long, Long Time:

“Haven’t felt like this, my dear
Since I can’t remember when.
It’s been a long, long time.

You’ll never know how many dreams
I’ve dreamed about you.
Or just how empty they all seemed without you.
So kiss me once then kiss me twice
Then kiss me once again.
It’s been a long, long time.”

Steve has a copy of this song in his apartment, and the lyrics really could fit with anything: Peggy (“Kiss me once again.”), Bucky (“Haven’t felt like this since I can’t remember when.”) or even just his old life in general (“You’ll never know how many dreams I’ve dreamed about you.”). Honestly, it’s quite astonishing how much misery this movie manages to pack into two hours of mostly action sequences and espionage subplots, particularly since Captain America is supposedly one of the “lighter” superheroes, compared to the unending grimdarkness of Batman. I guess this is the difference between “manpain” and “a man in legitimate emotional pain.”

CATWS: The Tragedy of Bucky Barnes