christopherschreck:

Group Circle
Another in a series of beautiful mixes by Maryanne
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Red Net - Marc Moulin
I am sitting in a room - Alvin Lucier
The Sound of Silence - The Sound of Feeling
Alone in the Rain - Laurence Vanay
The Dolphins - Fred Neil
When a Man Loves a Woman - Karen Dalton
Sweet Child - The Pentangle
Horn - Nick Drake
Like a Reflection in the Moon - Ikue Mori
Love - Margo Guryan
Love Songs - Margo Guryan
Lonely Village - Piero Umiliani

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click HERE to listen

Chill vibes alert!
That reminds me… fall is here, I should compile another downtime mix.

christopherschreck:

Group Circle

Another in a series of beautiful mixes by Maryanne

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Red Net - Marc Moulin
I am sitting in a room - Alvin Lucier
The Sound of Silence - The Sound of Feeling
Alone in the Rain - Laurence Vanay
The Dolphins - Fred Neil
When a Man Loves a Woman - Karen Dalton
Sweet Child - The Pentangle
Horn - Nick Drake
Like a Reflection in the Moon - Ikue Mori
Love - Margo Guryan
Love Songs - Margo Guryan
Lonely Village - Piero Umiliani
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click HERE to listen

Chill vibes alert!

That reminds me… fall is here, I should compile another downtime mix.

#Menswear

#Menswear

This afternoon I’ve been transfixed on this photo of 63 year old Michael Keaton included in this NYT piece about Birdman.
Maybe it’s just the really nice denim jacket, but he looks like he’s aged well.  Like healthy, normal person, non-plastic, non-Hollywood aging.
I guess this is a life goal for me now?

This afternoon I’ve been transfixed on this photo of 63 year old Michael Keaton included in this NYT piece about Birdman.

Maybe it’s just the really nice denim jacket, but he looks like he’s aged well.  Like healthy, normal person, non-plastic, non-Hollywood aging.

I guess this is a life goal for me now?

lizlemming:

You guys! David Lynch is giving us a PRESENT!

Twin Peaks announcement aside, this is just a nice way to treat yourself.  Gonna try to work this into my day to day.

Week in review: Things on the internet (written by professional writers!) that infuriate me

  • A review of the new Weezer album on Stereogum where the author states “every Weezer record has at least a couple bangers”.  Bangers?! Fuck you, music journalist lacking a basic grasp of music culture vernacular.
  • An essay (self-categorized as “TL;DR”, but is maybe 300 words) on The Verge titled, “How to fix “The Simpsons’”, where the author  admits in the second sentence that the show doesn’t need fixing, but then spends the rest of the piece explaining how the show should be fixed.  Cool way to make work for yourself, Captain Pageviews.
  • A piece by Time Magazine that spills 500 words declaring that an instagram account which posts pictures of guys wearing a specific J. Crew shirt is partaking in vicious cyber-bullying… but then posts a tiny retraction at the bottom of the page admitting that its actually not bullying anyone. God forbid that the piece get rewritten or removed because the entire premise is wrong, right?

Today is as good a day as any other to burn down the internet and start again!

List of bands from Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Here’s a CANCON rabbit hole you didn’t ask for!

For sale: bullshit European baby scooter made of wood and smugness

As a #CoolDad, I assure you that whoever posted this on Craigslist gets it.

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Nas - The World Is Yours

Went down a bit of an Nas rathole since seeing that Time Is Illmatic trailer yesterday.  Almost forgot that this track is the perfect snapshot of early-to-mid 90’s hip hop sound. Which, admittedly, is in large part to Pete Rock’s production.

skyschai:

Granville Street, Vancouver, 1973 

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I love looking at old pictures of Vancouver.  The city always looks different but the mountains are exactly the same.

skyschai:

Granville Street, Vancouver, 1973 

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I love looking at old pictures of Vancouver.  The city always looks different but the mountains are exactly the same.

Time Is Illmatic - Trailer

Apparently this documentary about Nas and the making of Illmatic comes out on iTunes this Friday AND I MUST SEE IT THE SECOND IT IS RELEASED.