rollingstone:

Afghan Whigs return on their first new album in 16 years with a new lineup and no rules. We sat down with Greg Dulli and John Curley to take us inside the new LP, Do to the Beast - read the interview and watch the video for the band’s new track “Algiers.”

rollingstone:

Afghan Whigs return on their first new album in 16 years with a new lineup and no rules. We sat down with Greg Dulli and John Curley to take us inside the new LP, Do to the Beast - read the interview and watch the video for the band’s new track “Algiers.”

(via grungebook)

@2 months ago with 58 notes
sitji:

新年快樂
last year wasn’t so good, so hopefully this one will be super great.
this was originally going to be super elegant, but then i saw this dummy and i fell in love

sitji:

新年快樂

last year wasn’t so good, so hopefully this one will be super great.

this was originally going to be super elegant, but then i saw this dummy and i fell in love

@2 months ago with 26924 notes

http://warwithself.tumblr.com/post/71179320520/i-am-not-a-graceful-person-i-am-not-a-sunday 

warwithself:

“I am not a graceful person. I am not a Sunday morning or a Friday sunset. I am a Tuesday 2am, I am gunshots muffled by a few city blocks, I am a broken window during February. My bones crack on a nightly basis. I fall from elegance with a dull thud, and I apologize for my awkward sadness. I…

(Source: splitterherzen, via therobotateme)

@3 months ago with 43500 notes
hubertushillebrand:

She’s strange.

hubertushillebrand:

She’s strange.

(via yama-bato)

@6 months ago with 113 notes
explore-blog:

Happy Birthday, Ruth Krauss – her final, loveliest collaboration with Maurice Sendak.

explore-blog:

Happy Birthday, Ruth Krauss – her final, loveliest collaboration with Maurice Sendak.

(Source: , via explore-blog)

@9 months ago with 1041 notes

"

Like a lot of people with mental illness, I spend a lot of time fronting. It’s really important to me to not appear crazy, to fit in, to seem normal, to do the things “normal people” do, to blend in.

As a defense mechanism, fronting makes a lot of sense, and you hone that mechanism after years of being crazy. Fronting is what allows you to hold down a job and maintain relationships with people, it’s the thing that sometimes keeps you from falling apart. It’s the thing that allows you to have a burst of tears in the shower or behind the front seat of your car and then coolly collect yourself and stroll into a social engagement…

We are rewarded for hiding ourselves. We become the poster children for “productive” mentally ill people, because we are so organized and together. The fact that we can function, at great cost to ourselves, is used to beat up the people who cannot function.

Because unlike the people who cannot front, or who fronted too hard and fell off the cliff, we are able to “keep it together,” whatever it takes.

"

s.e. smith, I Hide My Mental Illness (via heal-your-bones)

i am an expert at fronting. it’s a survival mechanism.

(via riotingfeminist)

welcome to my 2012 nervous breakdown. too much putting on a good show for too long a period of time.

(via deducecanoe)

I hate that the fact I front so well is used against people who can’t. It’s not right, or fair.

(Source: tgstonebutch, via americangothgirl)

@9 months ago with 8620 notes

The shining culmination of a wonderful week in my occasionally awesome city.

@9 months ago with 2 notes
#gregdulli #subpop #silverjubliee 
nevver:

Ghost riders
@9 months ago with 2749 notes
kateoplis:

Museum of Sex

Matthew Heckart

kateoplis:

Museum of Sex

Matthew Heckart
@2 months ago with 1949 notes
@3 months ago with 1893 notes

I went traveling again, and got to hear my favorite song of all time.

@6 months ago with 1 note
#greg dulli #steve kilbey 
blackpaint20:

Morning Star by Paul Fryer

blackpaint20:

Morning Star by Paul Fryer

(via circuitbird)

@8 months ago with 19677 notes

Nostalgia attack! Remembering my brother on ‘Space Ghost’

@9 months ago
growhousegrow:

Pattern!  Color!  William Herbert Carruth, Each in his own tongue. P.F. Volland, 1920.

growhousegrow:

Pattern!  Color!  William Herbert Carruth, Each in his own tongue. P.F. Volland, 1920.

@9 months ago with 90 notes
hicockalorum:

The Provensen Book of Fairy Tales

hicockalorum:

The Provensen Book of Fairy Tales

@9 months ago with 68 notes