Ellie Goulding & Angel Haze cover James Blake’s ‘Life Round Here’.
Produced by Noah Breakfast
Mixed by Ryan Schwabe & Noah Breakfast for Rare MP3s Co.
Mastered by Ryan Schwabe
I don’t usually do this kinda stuff, but I’ve got an extra copy of my 5-color 18x24” “Sore Loser” screen print. . I’m giving it away, so reblog this photo, and I’ll pick one random person to send it to. We’ll see if this works or not and maybe I’ll do it more often. Thanks!
Will never be over his art, I just ❤️ It so much. Need to get down to Seattle to love it in real life
Lou Reed: But I was talking to a friend of mine, Patti Smith, because one of the guys in the group had died, sad to say, and she said, - and I thought this is a great way of looking at things - ‘Because the other person can’t be there, you owe it to them to enjoy yourself twice as much’.
Paul Auster: Good advice!
Lou Reed: And then she added a little addendum to it. ‘And that is really hard’! But I thought of that and I tried to take it to heart. You can’t waste that moment, it’s so easy to cover yourself up."
Any list with a Claire Denis film in the no. 1 spot is alright by me…
Women in horror movies are rarely, if ever, treated well, with most becoming prey for all manner of supernatural creatures and psychotic maniacs. Some do get out alive (the Final Girl trope exists for a reason), but the vast majority of horror films employ female characters as a way to inject some titillating nudity as well as ramp up the body count – often in the same scene.
Sometimes, however, there’s a good horror film built around women, which either upturns the clichés or takes them in new, twisted directions – and with Halloween on the way now seems as good a time as any to investigate.
Goths at the ghost train 🚂
perfect halloween costumes.
THE GREAT GATSBY | visual effects before & after clip
I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of seeing pre- and post-VFX videos of blockbusters. I have the benefit of knowing how they do most of those things already anyways, and I’m still always blown away.
That’s how I know I got into the right thing. It’s still magic.