"MAKE EM PURR" - SAGE FRANCIS [official video]: http://youtu.be/bjxHy8WTgTs

  1. Camera: http://photogrid.org

matadorrecords:

NPR’s Jesse Thorn in conversation with Fucked Up's Damian Abraham

"MUCKED UP" lol

Want to play a game… on the entertainment news side of things with Blutus Maximus?

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(yes, that’s me)

…two major projects derived from long-time personal favorite film franchises and a string of films from the mind of a young, genius writer I deeply respect have come back onto my radar:

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nevver:

The Good ‘Ol Days

Life as I knew it. nevver:

The Good ‘Ol Days

Life as I knew it.

nevver:

The Good ‘Ol Days

Life as I knew it.

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littlefuryous:

An elegant meal for one, tonight.

WILLOW - the main artery to and from my home to friend’s houses, school, the gas station, Victor’s, the gym, the mini mall, the Wildcats track, fucken… Kmart! Haha

Follow the homie Feelth (source of this photo). He’s a stand up dude from my old stomping grounds in the “West Valley Puente” area in SoCal.

  1. Camera: Nikon D3000
  2. Aperture: f/8
  3. Exposure: 1/20th
  4. Focal Length: 34mm
This Copper Gone vinyl from Strange Famous is one of the most beautiful color-vinyl pressings I have ever seen.
The color blend is soft in places, harsh in others, and its translucent nature gives it even more dimension when observed against a backlight… Thinking about it, this description is weirdly fitting for the album too. This Copper Gone vinyl from Strange Famous is one of the most beautiful color-vinyl pressings I have ever seen.
The color blend is soft in places, harsh in others, and its translucent nature gives it even more dimension when observed against a backlight… Thinking about it, this description is weirdly fitting for the album too. This Copper Gone vinyl from Strange Famous is one of the most beautiful color-vinyl pressings I have ever seen.
The color blend is soft in places, harsh in others, and its translucent nature gives it even more dimension when observed against a backlight… Thinking about it, this description is weirdly fitting for the album too. This Copper Gone vinyl from Strange Famous is one of the most beautiful color-vinyl pressings I have ever seen.
The color blend is soft in places, harsh in others, and its translucent nature gives it even more dimension when observed against a backlight… Thinking about it, this description is weirdly fitting for the album too. This Copper Gone vinyl from Strange Famous is one of the most beautiful color-vinyl pressings I have ever seen.
The color blend is soft in places, harsh in others, and its translucent nature gives it even more dimension when observed against a backlight… Thinking about it, this description is weirdly fitting for the album too.

This Copper Gone vinyl from Strange Famous is one of the most beautiful color-vinyl pressings I have ever seen.

The color blend is soft in places, harsh in others, and its translucent nature gives it even more dimension when observed against a backlight…
Thinking about it, this description is weirdly fitting for the album too.