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aseaofquotes:

Aimee Bender, “On a Saturday Afternoon”

aseaofquotes:

Aimee Bender, “On a Saturday Afternoon”

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artofalbumcovers:

Giles Corey - self titled (2011)

From a photo of a man wearing a Voor’s Head Device a “hood worn over the head to induce mild asphyxiation and hallucination”.

Sample

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hiiipowerh3:

cruelladetrillaa:

Haitian woman defending her son in the Dominican Republic.

This picture is raw

hiiipowerh3:

cruelladetrillaa:

Haitian woman defending her son in the Dominican Republic.

This picture is raw

(via mahlerisms)

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thekristinhersharchives:

Throwing Muses. Shinro Ohtake drawings of Kingsway Studio in New Orleans, done while visiting the band when they were finishing University (4AD/Sire), September 1994.

Taken from the cardboard booklet of the limited 4AD edition of University.

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thekristinhersharchives:

Throwing Muses. The Real Ramona (4AD/Sire) review written by Mike Barnes for Select magazine, March 1991 issue.
Picture by Andrew Catlin

thekristinhersharchives:

Throwing Muses. The Real Ramona (4AD/Sire) review written by Mike Barnes for Select magazine, March 1991 issue.

Picture by Andrew Catlin

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thekristinhersharchives:

Throwing Muses. Three Muses and a Baby on the cover of Melody Maker; 17th October 1992 issue. Left to right: David Narcizo, Kristin Hersh holding baby Ryder O’Connell and Bernard Georges.
Photography by Steve Gullick

thekristinhersharchives:

Throwing Muses. Three Muses and a Baby on the cover of Melody Maker; 17th October 1992 issue. Left to right: David Narcizo, Kristin Hersh holding baby Ryder O’Connell and Bernard Georges.

Photography by Steve Gullick

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magictransistor:

Alan Lomax. Huddie Ledbetter (Leadbelly) and Martha Promise Ledbetter. 1935.

magictransistor:

Alan Lomax. Huddie Ledbetter (Leadbelly) and Martha Promise Ledbetter. 1935.

(via bobdylans115thwetdream)

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“The only life worth living is the adventurous life. Of such a life the dominant characteristic is that it is unafraid. It is unafraid of what other people think…It does not adapt either its pace or its objectives to the pace and objectives of its neighbors. It thinks its own thoughts, it reads its own books. It develops its own hobbies, and it is governed by its own conscience. The herd may graze where it pleases or stampede where it pleases, but he who lives the adventurous life will remain unafraid when he finds himself alone.” Raymond B. Fosdick (via observando)
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