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The sky is trying to communicate with me. 
So far it has only said G.
I think it is trying to spell gay.

The sky is trying to communicate with me.
So far it has only said G.
I think it is trying to spell gay.

— 22 hours ago
#photo  #gay  #sky  #clouds  #sunset  #morse 
Even without listening to the music, because of that super 8 aesthetics, I already liked them.

jungleindierock:

The Hobbes Fanclub - Stay Gold

From The Hobbes Fanclub’s new album “Up At Lagrange”, released 19th August 2014. Filmed on 8mm film in Paris in September 2012.

Stream the album here

Links: Tumblr  |  Bandcamp  |  Facebook  |  Twitter

— 1 day ago with 11 notes
#stay gold  #music  #the hobbes fanclub 
In all these years

I had never seen an interview with PJ Harvey, I had never heard her speak. I never imagined her so sweet. It seems the growing up in a sheep farm is a mandatory topic for the interviewer, always.
I missed my chance to see her in concert many years ago to go see Phoenix (something I’ve never regretted as that was one of the best concerts I’ve ever been) and now I wonder if I should have done otherwise, as I’ve had the chance to see Phoenix three more times afterwards but never PJ Harvey.

— 2 days ago with 3 notes
#PJ Harvey  #music  #confessions  #regrets  #me 

PJ Harvey - Rid of me

I love how she twists her mouth

— 2 days ago with 6 notes
#PJ Harvey  #music  #Rid of me 
Enlightened

Another instance of my appeal for lost causes. For the last couple of days I’ve been watching yet another cancelled show. There’s just one episode left until the end of it, I don’t think I’m going to get a satisfying ending. And it has gotten so interesting in the last few episodes…

— 2 days ago
#enlightened  #tv  #hbo  #mike white  #Laura Dern 
Super quick change of clothes for act 3 scene 2, the molestation.

Super quick change of clothes for act 3 scene 2, the molestation.

— 3 days ago with 2 notes
#photo  #me  #august: osage county  #play  #Steve Heidebrecht 
I think the gray shows more in this one.
Act 2 scene 2

I think the gray shows more in this one.
Act 2 scene 2

— 3 days ago with 3 notes
#photo  #me  #Steve Heidebrecht  #august: osage county  #play 
I was trying to take a picture of the gray in my temples and beard, but it doesn’t show on the camera.
It’s weird to sneak-a-peek at how I may look like in ten years (though I’d probably have more wrinkles)

I was trying to take a picture of the gray in my temples and beard, but it doesn’t show on the camera.
It’s weird to sneak-a-peek at how I may look like in ten years (though I’d probably have more wrinkles)

— 4 days ago with 5 notes
#photo  #me  #play  #gray  #august: osage county 

The pictures are really bad, the camera on my phone is not really good.
We are four days away from opening night. The set still has to get built, but it’s starting to look more like a house.
We still have a lot of work to get the pacing of the lines right, but we’re getting better every day.
I’m excited for this Friday.

— 1 week ago with 2 notes
#theater  #photo  #August: Osage County  #me  #play 

Working for a nuclear free city - Je suis le vent

— 1 week ago with 2 notes
#Working for a nuclear free city  #music  #Je suis le vent 
gallowhill:

Portishead, To Kill A Dead Man film stills, 1994

To Kill a Dead Man is a short film made in 1994 by the trip hop group Portishead. The film is a spy movie which revolves around an assassination and what happens afterwards.
The film is featured in the bonus section on the DVD version of Roseland NYC Live released in 2002. The theme can be found on both the 1995 compilation album Glory Times and the 1994 CD single “Sour Times”. The music video for “Sour Times” also uses footage from the film.
A still from the film is featured on the cover of their album Dummy and several other stills appear in the CD booklet. A miniature image of the poster for the film is visible in the upper left corner at the back of this album.

Watch the short film in black and white here.

gallowhill:

Portishead, To Kill A Dead Man film stills, 1994

To Kill a Dead Man is a short film made in 1994 by the trip hop group Portishead. The film is a spy movie which revolves around an assassination and what happens afterwards.

The film is featured in the bonus section on the DVD version of Roseland NYC Live released in 2002. The theme can be found on both the 1995 compilation album Glory Times and the 1994 CD single “Sour Times”. The music video for “Sour Times” also uses footage from the film.

A still from the film is featured on the cover of their album Dummy and several other stills appear in the CD booklet. A miniature image of the poster for the film is visible in the upper left corner at the back of this album.

Watch the short film in black and white here.

(via vuls)

— 2 weeks ago with 1099 notes
#the reminder  #Portishead  #short film  #Dummy  #music  #movies 

Lykke Li - Everybody but me

— 3 weeks ago
#Lykke :Li  #Everybody but me  #music