mamazoom:

Julian “I’ve Have it with These Muthafuckin’ Sandwiches on this Muthafuckin’ Tour” Barratt. 

adikittywitty:

Noel Fielding dyed his hair blonde and he’s just tweeting all the people he’s been told he looks like now

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And probably the best one

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Beetlejuice (1988)

jeffbuckleyforever:

Jeff Buckley by Merri Cyr, December 1995

"Jeff doing interviews…about four or five hours worth. We are at a hotel conference room in Orlando Florida where they bring in a portable bed for Jeff to lie on while he does his interviews. He’s been up all night."
Merri Cyr

Title: URA Fever
Artist: The Kills
Played: 96 times

Go ahead and have her
Go ahead and leave her
You only ever had her when you were a fever

bearyourcross:

this-is-a-laughing-matter:

DID EVERYONE FORGET THE CREDITS IN MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL?

this is the photoset I have been waiting for.

Title: Cigarette Daydreams
Artist: Cage the Elephant
Played: 587 times

turn-me-well:

If you could find a reason, a reason to say
Standing in the pouring rain


Abbi, you are the love of my life.

whatiwishicould:

Tips for being an adult:

  • there are none
  • don’t become an adult
  • stay a child forever
  • Peter Pan was right

ollystarlings:

J O U R N E Y of the C H I L D M E N: The Mighty Boosh on Tour

thejoyofviolentmovement:

The Dublin, ireland-based quartet of Girl Band manages to be both difficult to find through normal Internet searches, while evading easy categorization. In fact, the band has managed to do something few bands do: they’ve attempted in every possible way to hold their influences close the the vest. Although Blawan, the Rat Pack, and the Modern Lovers have been cited as influences, as well as techno on the band and their sound. 

January 20th will mark the Stateside limited vinyl release of their latest single Lawman by Any Other City Records, the label home of Villagers and James Vincent McMorrow. And by limited release we’re talking about 300 7 inch records with each bearing screen-printed and hand stitched art. “Lawman” and it’s B-side “Heckle the Frames” consist of shouted and yelped non sequiturs over layers upon layers of furious noise that seems to reverberate off the walls at crazy angles — or like screeching power tools. In any case, the song feels (and sounds) like an unbridled and primal frenzy. 

disalmanac:

What Led Zeppelin songs are about: a handy chart-like chart.

I feel like I’m pretending, about everything.