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Photo 18 Apr 4 notes Mark Fell’s Dawn of Man Mixtape Series
"this series of six mixes traces my musical interests from 1981 to 1996. it came about after an invitation from british anthropologist georgina born to list some key pieces of music - a kind of musical genealogy. my original intention, and georgina’s request, was for a short playlist. i took this to mean about 10 or 12 tracks, but once i started this process it became clear the list would be much longer. i’ve broken this up into six manageable sections each lasting about one hour, each with a focus on a specific period. tracks are not listed in strict chronological order, but instead are listed according to when i discovered them… so it starts in 1981 and initially goes back in time as i uncover things i had missed in earlier years…"

Mark Fell’s Dawn of Man Mixtape Series

"this series of six mixes traces my musical interests from 1981 to 1996. it came about after an invitation from british anthropologist georgina born to list some key pieces of music - a kind of musical genealogy. my original intention, and georgina’s request, was for a short playlist. i took this to mean about 10 or 12 tracks, but once i started this process it became clear the list would be much longer. i’ve broken this up into six manageable sections each lasting about one hour, each with a focus on a specific period. tracks are not listed in strict chronological order, but instead are listed according to when i discovered them… so it starts in 1981 and initially goes back in time as i uncover things i had missed in earlier years…"

Photo 18 Apr 24 notes mirrormaskcamera:

14 (2009) by Keiryu Asakura
(via JAPIGOZZI Collection 2012)

mirrormaskcamera:

14 (2009) by Keiryu Asakura

(via JAPIGOZZI Collection 2012)

Photo 18 Apr 38 notes mirrormaskcamera:

(via lord_k: Once again, Newton)
Photo 18 Apr 98 notes sketchygrrl:

stadtjunge:

Uri and Donnadie.

I may only post monsters for the entire rest of the day…

sketchygrrl:

stadtjunge:

Uri and Donnadie.

I may only post monsters for the entire rest of the day…

(Source: thehappiestyeti)

Photo 18 Apr 26 notes Richard Bello Art
Video 18 Apr 15 notes

new-aesthetic:

VICKILEEKX MIXTAPE PART 1 (by worldtown)

MIA releases mixtape in support of Julian Assange’s new television show.

Quote 18 Apr 119 notes
Your heart is a charade that the whole world has guessed
— Louis Aragon, Paris Peasant (Le Paysan de Paris, 1926)
Photo 18 Apr 94 notes liquidnight:

Jeremy Jansen
Dirty Negative
[via La Lettre de la Photographie]
via (OvO).
Photo 18 Apr 402 notes vmburkhardt:

vmburkhardt:
Calla Lilies (by doug_r)

vmburkhardt:

vmburkhardt:

Calla Lilies (by doug_r)

Photo 18 Apr 35 notes ericadamajournal:

morning rhythm

ericadamajournal:

morning rhythm

via 529.
Photo 18 Apr 13 notes experimedia:

SwahiliSelf Titled(Translinguistic Other)
This is the first time I’ve heard Swahili but I’m already curious enough to hear more. Their self-titled debut comes courtesty the Translinguistic Other label and is absolutely relentless. The thing that really stands out is the drumming. The whole album is pretty murky and blown-out, but the way the percussion is always bordering on being totally overdriven works perfectly. Tribal-infused rhythms are the perfect backbone to the synth and vocal interplay that makes up the bulk of the album. Tracks like “Soma” and “Contact” are almost straight-up rock songs. Shrouded under a murky veil, these songs are easily hypnotic and draw you in with hints of familiar structure. The thing is - there is nothing about this music that is by the book. Everytime I think I’ve got it figured out, the band throws a wrench like the ghostly scrawl of “Kidhr” or the out-of-nowhere minimal electronic aspects of “Ascher J2000.” The fast-paced insanity of “Agni” is the cherry on top. The percussion beats you over the head while the synths sound like the end of the world. It’s a sonic fucking monument. This ‘everything goes’ mentality serves Swahili well. The heavily dosed jams that make up most of the album are certainly the band’s strongest point, but they never settle and keep trying out new ideas that make this record better as a whole. - Brad Rose, Experimedia

experimedia:

Swahili
Self Titled

(Translinguistic Other)

This is the first time I’ve heard Swahili but I’m already curious enough to hear more. Their self-titled debut comes courtesty the Translinguistic Other label and is absolutely relentless. The thing that really stands out is the drumming. The whole album is pretty murky and blown-out, but the way the percussion is always bordering on being totally overdriven works perfectly. Tribal-infused rhythms are the perfect backbone to the synth and vocal interplay that makes up the bulk of the album. Tracks like “Soma” and “Contact” are almost straight-up rock songs. Shrouded under a murky veil, these songs are easily hypnotic and draw you in with hints of familiar structure. The thing is - there is nothing about this music that is by the book. Everytime I think I’ve got it figured out, the band throws a wrench like the ghostly scrawl of “Kidhr” or the out-of-nowhere minimal electronic aspects of “Ascher J2000.” The fast-paced insanity of “Agni” is the cherry on top. The percussion beats you over the head while the synths sound like the end of the world. It’s a sonic fucking monument. This ‘everything goes’ mentality serves Swahili well. The heavily dosed jams that make up most of the album are certainly the band’s strongest point, but they never settle and keep trying out new ideas that make this record better as a whole. - Brad Rose, Experimedia

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Photo 18 Apr 9 notes stellar808:

New Crystal in the Pineal Gland: Under Study
Charcterization and Potential In Electromechano-Transduction 
(Diamond Set Skull - Damien Hirst)

stellar808:

New Crystal in the Pineal Gland: Under Study

Charcterization and Potential In Electromechano-Transduction 

(Diamond Set Skull - Damien Hirst)


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