A half moon hung cocked in the east over the mountains like an eye narrowed in...– Cormac McCarthy, The Crossing
Me and The Concert G’s are releasing The Reach EP in one week, on October 3rd! so amped to get this out to everyone, it will be available digitally on the day of the release. Here’s the teaser video for the album, which uses footage from our giant Blowout show at Wesleyan last spring, set to a snippet of the title rack from the album. Please reblog this and help us spread the word! ...
This is about a bottle of wine and…some virginity…and the dorms.– Justin Vernon of Bon Iver, introducing the song “Towers” in D.C.
Damn…High 5 Collective is killing it right now. This one of the weirdest, coolest things I’ve seen in a long time.
El Silvero: Wire Cutters, and the people who use... →
Eric Silver is a talented man. elsilvero: At a summer party in a cheap motel in Huntsville, Ontario, before venturing out into the night to find more orange juice but after making out for 35 minutes in an empty room, I suggest that maybe, maybe, in possibilities of all possibilities, one day I might tell you, my girlfriend, how amazing…
I am trying to build something here. I don’t know what it is. I just...– Jaime Martin
WARPAINT ETIQUETTE: New York makes the faucet run,... →
warpaintetiquette: You are cold crush, like a frozen basil leaf, overturned in a ceramic pot of New England clam chowder. Your presence bubbles. You take your mane apprehensively to the barber and force him to cut it through your fists clenched tightly around the tendrils, but he is skillful and you have money…
I don't do sadness....
educatedidiocy: not even a little bit…
When She Leaves Your City
walk toward the water turn before reaching the glowing rim and finally take the train to cross it measure the road home by the movements in a symphony of car horns the heaves of your chest against the swell of nighttime the number of strangers who pass alone when she leaves your city cleave the word sister from every book in your apartment until some pages begin to look like houses with too many...