song of the summer

alannabean:

I wrote about reading, and mourning, a friend. 

read this!

alannabean:

I wrote about reading, and mourning, a friend

read this!

bang bang

Sarah Gadon, foreground, Light Jake Gyllenhaal, background
Enemy, 2014, dir. Denis Villeneuve

Sarah Gadon, foreground, Light Jake Gyllenhaal, background

Enemy, 2014, dir. Denis Villeneuve

"I’ve been lambasted recently because I wrote a piece for ELLE magazine. I did it because I thought it sounded fun. Apparently, that’s not very punk. To which I say, “Fuck it, Roland Barthes wrote for ELLE magazine.”"

— Meredith Graves, who rules, in conversation with Tobi Vail at Wondering Sound

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-Rem

*nods*

GRAND PIANO, 2014
dir. Eugenio Mira, written by Damien Chazelle
This movie requires a suspension of disbelief bordering on self-delusion and I loved every second of it. Ecstatic pulp absurdity is a lost art

GRAND PIANO, 2014

dir. Eugenio Mira, written by Damien Chazelle

This movie requires a suspension of disbelief bordering on self-delusion and I loved every second of it. Ecstatic pulp absurdity is a lost art

"For now let it be enough to confess that I would like to live in a more fulfilling society or civilization than a self-destructive capitalist one (where, as it happens, the leading cause of death for middle-aged men in the richest country of the world is now suicide) and that these essays have been, among other things, a way of saying so."

— Benjamin Kunkel, p. 4, “Introduction,” Utopia Or Bust

I wrote, for the New York Times Magazine, about: old bad movies starring men in gorilla suits and diving helmets; the shifting frontiers of art; Netflix algorithms; giving my dad Christmas gifts; the heat-death of scarcity; and mourning the bargain bin

I wrote, for the New York Times Magazine, about: old bad movies starring men in gorilla suits and diving helmets; the shifting frontiers of art; Netflix algorithms; giving my dad Christmas gifts; the heat-death of scarcity; and mourning the bargain bin

"The Agony of Laffitte" — Spoon, 1998

See also: “Laffittee Don’t Fail Me Now

Some of music history’s greatest ether

"When you do that line tonight / remember it came at a steep price / keep telling yourself there’s more to you than her"

Tags: ether