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Oct 20, 2014
I’d give wild flag 7/10, either way it was loads better than corin’s solo stuff for me.

I do not disagree. Corin’s solo records are straight up mom rock.

nickdrake:

Nan Goldin, Charlotte Gainsbourg for The New York Times, Paris, 2008
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nickdrake:

Nan Goldin, Charlotte Gainsbourg for The New York Times, Paris, 2008


Debbie Harry on the set of the ‘Heart of Glass’ video shoot.
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Debbie Harry on the set of the ‘Heart of Glass’ video shoot.

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salesonfilm:

FUCKIN’ HELL
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infinitycat said: I don't like the new sk song all that much, not as good as anything off the woods or wild flag tbh. It's okay and different but it doesn't feel like it was worth them making new music

Wild Flag was mediocre…let’s be honest. I don’t expect the new album will come anywhere near the excellence of The Woods, but I’m really looking forward to hearing what they’ve created. “Bury Our Friends” is a decent track. Good guitar; kind of repetitive structure; Carrie needs to lay off the affected vocals she started putting on during One Beat; the production reminds me of All Hands On The Bad One (same producer, I know); Janet’s drumming is as tight as ever; Corin still has that great commanding voice.

electricsexdoll:

I’m obsessed with documenting my sleep lines. No idea why. But I have so many photos like this. Also, bush.
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electricsexdoll:

I’m obsessed with documenting my sleep lines. No idea why. But I have so many photos like this. Also, bush.

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thelemongrove:

Annie Clark, St. Vincent
Photographed by Larry Hirshowitz
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thelemongrove:

Annie Clark, St. Vincent

Photographed by Larry Hirshowitz

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edbar1952:

Amy Adams.
By Annie Leibovitz.
A masterpiece.
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edbar1952:

Amy Adams.

By Annie Leibovitz.

A masterpiece.

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That kind of thing really pisses me off, though. It’s a feeling I personally have all the time. Like, the only way I can survive in a situation is by clenching my fists to hide my painted nails. I actually find myself doing that sometimes just in case someone would give me a hard time for being gay or feminine — maybe no one would — but someone might. So it pisses me off that I still feel like that at 32. I’m 32, and I still feel meek and apologetic about who I am. In a way, I’m ashamed that I’m not 100 percent there. But I want and need to to be 100 percent there— hopefully for me and other people.

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