what exactly is tumblr?

clannyphantom:

The julian birthday project is still up? Can I send my letter?

eatsleepstrokesrepeat:

yeah ofc
julianbirthdayproject@gmail.com

capecodcasablancas:

no mom that’s not a homeless junkie that’s julian casablancas

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hate:

17 years old and i still don’t know how to properly respond to “whats up?” 

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jacques-audiard:

Paul Thomas Anderson’s film There Will Be Blood opens with barren mountains and what sounds like a swarm of bees. It’s Greenwood’s “microtonal string music”, and it unsettles before, for six minutes, we watch Daniel Day-Lewis prospecting for oil. The opening ends with the same mountains, noise and weirdness. The duo’s second collaboration — The Master — is even stranger. Rolling Stone says Greenwood is “redefining what is possible in film scores”, but I don’t expect him to agree when I tell him so. “Paul just has his music very loud in his films,” he says. “It’s a dream job for a composer. I was sending him music that was too long, and he was extending the scenes to fit the music. Which is insanity.”Next month, There Will Be Blood is being screened at London’s Roundhouse, with a live score by the LCO. Bring an expanded mind. Next year, Inherent Vice — the third film this quietly eccentric duo have made — hits cinemas. How does it work? “Back and forth for months,” Greenwood says. He misses it when they don’t work together. The new film is based on a Thomas Pynchon novel. “I was sending him this 1960s pop thing I did, because the film is set then, asking, ‘Is this of any use?’ Then I flood him with different approaches until we find the right one.” One bonus is that he gets to see eagerly anticipated cult films early. “Inherent Vice is funny,” he says. “But there’s a strange, dark seriousness going on throughout.”

jacques-audiard:

Paul Thomas Anderson’s film There Will Be Blood opens with barren mountains and what sounds like a swarm of bees. It’s Greenwood’s “microtonal string music”, and it unsettles before, for six minutes, we watch Daniel Day-Lewis prospecting for oil. The opening ends with the same mountains, noise and weirdness. The duo’s second collaboration — The Master — is even stranger. Rolling Stone says Greenwood is “redefining what is possible in film scores”, but I don’t expect him to agree when I tell him so. “Paul just has his music very loud in his films,” he says. “It’s a dream job for a composer. I was sending him music that was too long, and he was extending the scenes to fit the music. Which is insanity.”

Next month, There Will Be Blood is being screened at London’s Roundhouse, with a live score by the LCO. Bring an expanded mind. Next year, Inherent Vice — the third film this quietly eccentric duo have made — hits cinemas. How does it work? “Back and forth for months,” Greenwood says. He misses it when they don’t work together. The new film is based on a Thomas Pynchon novel. “I was sending him this 1960s pop thing I did, because the film is set then, asking, ‘Is this of any use?’ Then I flood him with different approaches until we find the right one.” One bonus is that he gets to see eagerly anticipated cult films early. “Inherent Vice is funny,” he says. “But there’s a strange, dark seriousness going on throughout.”

um guys so Homyped, sandal and shoes brand, is using Vampire Weekend’s A-Punk as the backsound…

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cause of death: Jonny Greenwood

cause of death: Jonny Greenwood

flyartproductions:

Marat State of Mind
The Death of Marat, Jacques-Louis David (1793) / N.Y. State of Mind, NaS

flyartproductions:

Marat State of Mind

The Death of Marat, Jacques-Louis David (1793) / N.Y. State of Mind, NaS

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Rule 1: Always post the rules.

Rule 2: Answer the questions the person who tagged you asked, then write 11 new ones.

Rule 3: Tag 11 people then link them in the post.

Rule 4: Tell them you tagged them.

Rule 5: Tell the person that tagged you when you’ve answered the questions.

I was tagged by the awesome realnerdyboy

Questions:

1. Who is the person you admire most? 

i dont think i can figure this one out. its either too many or none at all. its pretty depressing to just pick one.

2. If you could change something about yourself what?

there are lots of things that i dont like from myself, but i dont think i want to change it. its what makes me myself after all. except for my bad habit: my addiction of smoking cigarettes. yes i’d like to change it if i could.

3. What is the happiest moment so far in your life?

when i break free from the person that has been holding me back for doing things that i enjoy.

4. Dogs or cats?

cats!!!

5. If you could travel in time, forwards or backwards and why?

forwards. to see how things would turns out so i can live the day after with hopes and cautions.

6. You find £100 or $100 etc, do you keep or hand in?

keep it lol

7. You can save a close family member from death tomorrow in return for earth being destroyed in 10,000 years, do you?

this is way too hard. ideally, i’d let the family member go to save the earth. but i ain’t the doctor. i don’t know if i could do it.

8. Doctor Who or Supernatural, who’d win in an ass kicking contest?

Doctor WhooOOOOoooOOOOoooOOoooOOOOOO!!!

9. Last thing you do at night? (anything smutty message me privately) Bahaha

smoking and listening to Radiohead while having tea

10. What film are you looking forward to this remainder of the year?

don’t have one. any suggestion?

11. Do you like receiving/replying to these?

yep. it’s pretty fun.

because I can’t think of anything right now and I gotta help Mom in the kitchen (we’re having roasted chicken!!) I’m just gonna leave it like this. I hope it’s ok!!

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