shesherowngod:

Skating in 70s. Laura Thornhill.

shesherowngod:

Skating in 70s. Laura Thornhill.

(via raiseyourdongers)

ultimatepisshead:

kickstarter to kill seth mcfarlane

(via thespacegoat)

thisguyknowswhatimtalkingabout:

I can’t wait til I’ve lost enough weight that I can start buying cheap suits from Goodwill so I can really develop the Used Car Salesman aesthetic that I want to go for

(via thespacegoat)

Pulp - Common People

90sjamz:

Common People | Pulp

(via redlobstercult2-thequickening)

90 plays

princeowl:

when you got 174745253 cops shooting at you in grand theft auto and you’re just like uwwu„„,i knwo I kiled all thos poepl abd im„„trash pl s i”m’ havng a panicc atack leve me alon e

(via polemccartney)

vinylreviewproject:

wabisabiforrobots:

Since I can’t think of a better way to put this:

Having a child who is sick is hard, so you can imagine that having to take care of a child with an intense disease like Friedreich’s Ataxia can be. Gracie-Law and her family are having a tough time. Amongst a dozen other setbacks, she is working hard to take care of her son who is suffering from this debilitating and rare disease. It’s certainly been putting a strain on the family and no amount of help from the government can cover all of the bills they have. 
VinylReviewProject and WabiSabiforRobots have been discussing the problems facing Gracie-Law for a while now and, with her approval, decided to start raising money for her. They went to friends and well-wishers, asking them to contribute tracks for a compilation to help support her. 
When you donate money to Gracie-Law, you’ll receive this compilation for free. All of the proceeds that we receive are going directly to Gracie-Law and none of the artists have received any compensation for their work. We have set the minimum contribution at $5, but we encourage you to give more. They could really use the help.
- "The Gracie Law Mixtape"

This is a really unique album and working on it has been a blast.  I’d be proud to be a part of it just for the sake of making something eclectic and cool but the fact that all of the proceeds go to the most excellent gracie-law and her family just puts it right over the top.
$5 gets you 15 awesome tracks.  Check it out.

Boosting

vinylreviewproject:

wabisabiforrobots:

Since I can’t think of a better way to put this:

Having a child who is sick is hard, so you can imagine that having to take care of a child with an intense disease like Friedreich’s Ataxia can be. Gracie-Law and her family are having a tough time. Amongst a dozen other setbacks, she is working hard to take care of her son who is suffering from this debilitating and rare disease. It’s certainly been putting a strain on the family and no amount of help from the government can cover all of the bills they have. 

VinylReviewProject and WabiSabiforRobots have been discussing the problems facing Gracie-Law for a while now and, with her approval, decided to start raising money for her. They went to friends and well-wishers, asking them to contribute tracks for a compilation to help support her. 

When you donate money to Gracie-Law, you’ll receive this compilation for free. All of the proceeds that we receive are going directly to Gracie-Law and none of the artists have received any compensation for their work. We have set the minimum contribution at $5, but we encourage you to give more. They could really use the help.

- "The Gracie Law Mixtape"

This is a really unique album and working on it has been a blast.  I’d be proud to be a part of it just for the sake of making something eclectic and cool but the fact that all of the proceeds go to the most excellent gracie-law and her family just puts it right over the top.

$5 gets you 15 awesome tracks.  Check it out.

Boosting

(via vinylreviewproject)

Alex G - After Ur Gone

capitalismofficial:

After Ur Gone // Alex G

after you’re gone 
how can we tell them 
you’re gone 
how can we show them 
you’re gone

(via emilysipiora)

1,635 plays
ballingelicash:

Jack Nicholson and Anjelica Huston

ballingelicash:

Jack Nicholson and Anjelica Huston

(via francinethesechocodiles)

chucklestheboywonder:


WHY DOES THIS MAKE ME SO HAPPY EVERYTIME I SEE IT

chucklestheboywonder:

WHY DOES THIS MAKE ME SO HAPPY EVERYTIME I SEE IT

(via robertdinnero)

REM - What's The Frequency, Kenneth

incredimusic:

REM What’s The Frequency, Kenneth

(via mybloodisstillalive)

357 plays
I'm Austin. I'm a Mountaineer aspiring to do something with his life. I'm a DJ for WWVU-FM, and an amateur music reviewer. I don't get it either.

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