theflesh76:

so thirdworlds is down. wonder what’s in store.

H-HERE WE GO

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thewerewolfandelijah:

Their/They’re/There - New Blood

Everyone Has Been In A Screamo Band At Some Point: A Look At (A Portion) of Evan Weiss’ Discography

funeralsounds:

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sorry

So, if you’ve been scanning the ever so beloved emo groups on Facebook within the past few months you might have started to see terms such as “FE/RE/WR” start to pop up, which (to scathing input from the community) stands for “Real Emo/Fake Emo/Wiener Rock”. It is a strange categorization that has been gaining popularity as a meme of sorts (kinda like hating Dads, asking for Snowing to get back together, telling bands to play “Never Meant”, etc.) and it seems as though the community has been split into three groups. One of the groups being fans of what is considered “Fake Emo” lashing out and appearing angry at the term, the second group being the elitists who look down upon those who listen to “Fake Emo” and the third group being those either accepting of the music as a whole or being completely apathetic towards the concept in general.

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Really good retrospective on Evan Weiss and his musical escapades

freeindie:

Moon Hooch - Milk & Waffles

this album is definitely one of the top 5 of 2014

i am actually kinda hype for this album go figure

i’m usually not big on les sins but this is some pretty sick house outta my man chazwick

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emoelephant:

fox wounds//nouns

and I need to try to stop lying

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theunderestimator:

"Roadrunner" - The Modern Lovers

This timeless roadtrip rock `n roll ode was originally recorded in 1972 and finally released in the 1976 Modern Lovers` debut album.

Covered by nearly everyone.

The Modern Lovers - Roadrunner

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noiserap:

CLIPPING. “GET UP (FEAT. MARIEL JACODA)”

last-chance-for-a-slowdance:

No work, no food still eatin’ off paper plates
Banana clip is a paper weight, paper mate

amazing sample

Chiptune is a gimmicky genre in the sense that, more often than not, the specific sounds used to make the music are built for nostalgia purposes rather than ingenuity. Stuff like this is hard for me to parse — do I like it because it’s chiptune jazz, or do I hate it because it sounds like Donkey Kong (GB)? A little of both.

Check out PROTODOME on bandcamp, it’s worth a listen if you like game boys

musicbylemon:

 All You’re Waiting For (feat. Nancy Whang) - Classixx

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Pokémon Red & Blue - Route 4

on a chiptune kick so have a classic

THANK U

i appreciate the follows you are all wonderful :^)

LCD Soundsystem - Movement

(Source: thetomlynn, via get-innocuous)

Deathly The Dog - Parasite