1. nevver:

Dealing with grief

    nevver:

    Dealing with grief

  2. The Silver Mount Zion Memorial Orchestra & Tra-La-La Band - What We Loved Was Not Enough

    And the days come/when we no longer feel

  3. The world is changed by your example, not your opinion.

    — Paulo Coelho  (via futurepharaohs)

    (Source: thelovelyloner)

  4. ktdesignthis:

Batman villain every week until Halloween. This week: the Phantasm from Batman: Mask of the Phantasm. Long live Batman: The Animated Series!

    ktdesignthis:

    Batman villain every week until Halloween. This week: the Phantasm from Batman: Mask of the Phantasm. Long live Batman: The Animated Series!

  5. Hi-res shot of Tokyo (via Reddit)

    Hi-res shot of Tokyo (via Reddit)

  6. Shellac - Steady As She Goes/Burn To Shine

  7. robertkazinsky:

    Blade Runner + pink

  8. We love each other! What could understanding add to that? We can’t understand ourselves, how can we understand others? Only maps and mathematics exist to be understood and we’re solider than those, I hope.

    — Alasdair Gray, Lanark: A Life in Four Books (via il-yrvoir)

  9. Third single from the upcoming Run The Jewels 2, Close Your Eyes and Count To Fuck features Zack de la Rocha! Album now available to preorder on iTunes and releases worldwide on 10/27 via Mass Appeal Records.


    For tour dates and physical preorders please go to www.runthejewels.net.

  10. prostheticknowledge:

    RIP Mark Bell

    Another piece of sad news for fans of electronic music - one half of the Warp Records early signing LFO has died due to complications after an operation. From Resident Advisor:

    Mark Bell of LFO has died.

    Alongside Gez Varley, Bell formed LFO in the late 1980s. After Varley left the group in 1996, Bell continued to produce solo under that name. He was a close collaborator with Björk, producing her 1997 album Homogenic and six other LPs, including 2011’s Biophilia. He also produced Depeche Mode’s 2001 album, Exciter. As LFO, Bell was responsible for some of the most pioneering and visceral electronic music in the Warp Records catalogue, including the 1990 crossover hit “LFO,” 1991’s “What Is House (LFO Remix)” and 2003’s “Freak.”

    The news has been confirmed by Warp Records. A statement on the label’s website reads: “It’s with great sadness that we announce the untimely passing of Mark Bell of LFO who died last week from complications after an operation.”

    Here is a music video to their 1990 breakthrough track ‘LFO’:

    Here is a short clip taken from a television documentary from 1990 interviewing LFO and the founders of the label Warp records:

    A sad loss in a year of many who have played a big part in the culture of dance music :(