You look like a dream I’ve never had before.Richard Brautigan, The Abortion (via youngfolksociety)
A beach punk band, a ska band, and a potential jazz trio. This is going to be so cool.
I just need to work. Obsessively.
Besides some of the music I listen to, I draw inspiration from lots of different graphic designers, painters, printmakers, etc. And as far as life goes, I try and search for inspiration in places I’m not as familiar with, usually when I’m studying or doing any sort of career work (i.e. campus library, art building, rooftops of buildings, etc.) The bulk of it is music though.
I have to interview for the General Manager spot of KULT for the coming school year tomorrow (even though I’m already the GM…wtf?) but that’s definitely exciting. Hopefully I’ll know by the end of the week if I got the jerb.
Here are some of my favorites:
I’ve always loved classic rock, jazz and soul. That’s what I grew up on. My friend and I are starting a band this summer and we’ve been listening to a lot of The Animals, The Zombies, The Sonics and Velvet Underground. I also love both Parliament and Funkadelic, and some Sly. For jazz I absolutely love stuff from the 50s and 60s, especially Davis and Coltrane, Joe Henderson, Cedar Walton and Bill Evans. But lots of old garage-y stuff mostly. I also listen to a lot of new noise too.
caitlacoop , this town is the best.
Until you get comfortable with being alone, you’ll never know if you’re choosing someone out of love or loneliness.Mandy Hale (via explore-everywhere)