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Oct
16th
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tricky-adrianthaws:


“Discs for my old MPC sampler.”

tricky-adrianthaws:

“Discs for my old MPC sampler.”

Oct
10th
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Looks like that Vin Diesel flick is shooting at the Carnegie Museum today #TheLastWitchHunter

Looks like that Vin Diesel flick is shooting at the Carnegie Museum today #TheLastWitchHunter

Oct
9th
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So weird seeing Jeff Buckley frozen in time in his 20s as a ’90s grunge kid. Ah, the heights you would have hit strange friend, much higher than all those copycat posers who followed.

Oct
8th
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Pat Monahan is prob. currently the best rock singer alive. Can’t say that I’m generally that into Train’s music, but like most great singers, he sounds best singing other people’s songs. His work ethic is terrifying + he’s gone hard like that for 20 years straight.

Pat Monahan is prob. currently the best rock singer alive. Can’t say that I’m generally that into Train’s music, but like most great singers, he sounds best singing other people’s songs. His work ethic is terrifying + he’s gone hard like that for 20 years straight.

Oct
1st
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Sep
28th
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You are the average of your five closest friends.
— Jim Rohn
Sep
27th
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Sep
26th
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I lost a boyfriend over Elmore James. You know that moment when you send mixtapes at fifteen? He sent me pop hits, and I sent him Elmore James, and I never heard from him again.
— Imelda May
Sep
25th
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My brother texted me this video, as usual it was exactly what I needed to hear. Seeing what pro skaters go through makes my current challenges of “getting back up again” seem trivial. I never progressed too far as a skater because I didn’t have that drive to go through the pain, but on a broader level, achieving anything significant makes you pass through the fire of great emotional pain, the self-doubt, the disbelief. Most people have the gears to get what they want, but don’t have the engine: what is the reason, the “why”, that will make you get up again and again and again every time you fall?

Sep
23rd
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There comes a point in any relationship where you’re tired of it, or bored, imagining things better or different. That’s when the work comes in. Devotion is willingness to work, to grow something.
— Lenny Kravitz