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dreamsower:

haunted:

dreamsower:

haha, I find this highly amusing.
i am chuckle @ u KT

BEN. Thesis: MPP == ENTRY LEVEL HIPSTER GARBAGE. Discuss.

what is mpp?

Merriweather Post Pavilion by Animal Collective, the album he’s holding. The one with the song Grass on it that Ben plays when he’s mad at me (because it makes me gnash my teeth and pull my hair out). Aka what I will call ENTRY LEVEL HIPSTER GARBAGE.
ETA: Ben just informed me that Grass is actually on the album Feels. More ENTRY LEVEL HIPSTER GARBAGE.

THIS ESCALATED QUICKLY

haunted:

dreamsower:

haunted:

dreamsower:

haha, I find this highly amusing.

i am chuckle @ u KT

BEN. Thesis: MPP == ENTRY LEVEL HIPSTER GARBAGE. Discuss.

what is mpp?

Merriweather Post Pavilion by Animal Collective, the album he’s holding. The one with the song Grass on it that Ben plays when he’s mad at me (because it makes me gnash my teeth and pull my hair out). Aka what I will call ENTRY LEVEL HIPSTER GARBAGE.

ETA: Ben just informed me that Grass is actually on the album Feels. More ENTRY LEVEL HIPSTER GARBAGE.

THIS ESCALATED QUICKLY

(Source: breastcancercaptianfalcon)

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From Harvard to hobo, sit-ins to concert halls, Pete Seeger’s plan was simple: to lead a rallying cry at the front lines of justice, freedom, and peace, and to forge a new link in the chain, stronger than the last, for the next generation of folksingers. How best to begin this monumental task? Simply by teaching children to sing old folk songs.
Old Crow Medicine Show’s Ketch Secor on Pete Seeger: http://nyr.kr/1cXKgVz (via newyorker)

(Source: newyorker.com, via newyorker)

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What's in Prince's Fridge?

Sadly this series did not continue, but at least we know what weird things are in Prince’s fridge.

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You want to know what’s an inconsistent album? Magnetic Fields’ 69 Love Songs. I mean that whole concept is pretty remarkable and impressive but talk about some highs and lows. You’ve got some tracks which are basically unlistenable and then you’ve got Kiss Me Like You Mean It.

(Source: Spotify)

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