1. I
    Really hate being second best

  2. Patrick Watson / NPR Music Live

    Would sell my soul and the souls of dozens of others to get to see Patrick Watson Live again. Magic doesn’t do justice to what he conjures in concert 

  3. 19:37 3rd May 2014

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    Reblogged from leadencirclesdissolve

    (Source: halloween-pugs)

  4. Camille Saint Saens ~ Danse Macabre

    Feeling oh so very orchestral at the moment, I’ve been neglecting my classical side lately think it’s time for me to renew my love for it

  5. 01:19 25th Apr 2014

    Notes: 482336

    Reblogged from dutchster





    #Homer Simpson don’t give a fuck about homosexuality. 

    there’s something bothering me about this place…the girl in green becomes black in the last gif. ಠ_ಠ

    And the girl at the bar suddenly has a tattoo. 

    Lesbians are not bound to the same laws as you mere mortals

    AM I the only one who finds the completely stationary single lesbian in the middle unsettling. Bit of a murdery vibe off her 

    (Source: ghoststhatweknew)

  6. Jorane ~ Sauve Moi

    God I love this song, Not the first time I’ve posted it and won’t be the last, It never ceases to amaze me how much of the song I can comprehend considering how outrageously bad my french has gotten. The video is pretty slick too

  7. Gary Clark Jr. ~ Don’t Owe You A Thang

  8. Jack White ~ High Ball Stepper

    If the rest of Jack White’s upcoming album "Lazaretto" is half as good as this track then I’m going to be pretty damn excited. High Ball Stepper is an immense instrumental. 

    Lazaretto is out in June

  9. Warpaint ~ Biggy

    I don’t know why I’ve waited till just this week to invest in the new Warpaint album, I’ve loved them for so long that I can only put it down to apprehension that the new stuff wouldn’t live up to the expectations I’d built in my head. I needn’t have worried it far exceeded anything I could’ve hoped.  Stupid Sexy Warpaint

  10. Pantha du Prince & The Bell Laboratory ~ Spectral Split

    Was lucky enough to be in the third row to see these absolutely hypnotising magicians on Wednesday night in the National Concert Hall, Dublin. Having just seen Darkside the night before I’d gone in with the expectation that nothing was going to come close to how good the Darkside gig was. But I couldn’t have been more wrong The performance from Pantha du Prince and the Bell Laboratory was something magical, it’s unfair to compare two gigs who were so different and to be honest I’m not sure I could pick between the two if I tried, all i know is that I got to experience two of the greatest musical events of my life