E. WRIGHT

my whole life is thunder

  1. likeafieldmouse:

Mark Rothko - No. 3/No. 13 (1949)

    likeafieldmouse:

    Mark Rothko - No. 3/No. 13 (1949)

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  3. Anonymous said: quality blog and face

  4. I drunk downloaded grindr last night, and so far have exclusively talked about AIDs documentaries and bell hooks, so it’s going pretty well.

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  6. tuneage:

    Milosh - Right Never Comes

    The singer and producer best known as one half of Rhye — whose debut album Woman was among last year’s absolute best — has begun work on an EP under his own name. This project, much like his previous one, is a simmering composition, built as much from silence as sound. At once heady and sober, grounded and airy, Milosh’s gentle croon contains multitudes in its shifting stillness. 

    To what extent this project might expand or distract from Rhye remains to be seen. For now, you can enjoy the sounds of Milosh solo through soundcloud, and live with Rhye, who will be starting a North American tour of both their last release and Milosh’s newer work. 

    if you’ve never listened to music I’ve written about, listen to this one. I have a huge crush on anything this dude has ever written, produced, or sung on.

  7. Making your straight friends watch gay porn while drunk bowling is my aesthetic

    • famousmeat:

Tom Daley poses in underwear for his 2015 calendar
    • famousmeat:

Tom Daley poses in underwear for his 2015 calendar
    • famousmeat:

Tom Daley poses in underwear for his 2015 calendar
    • famousmeat:

Tom Daley poses in underwear for his 2015 calendar

    famousmeat:

    Tom Daley poses in underwear for his 2015 calendar

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  8. It’s like I wanna get a neck tattoo but I also wanna be president and impress my significant other’s parents on the first impression so

  9. smellslikedossantosspirit:

    Say my name, say my name
    If no one is around you, say baby I love you
    If you ain’t runnin’ game

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  10. james-brown-is-dead:

    "I thought I loved you, it was just how you looked in the light."

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  11. tuneage:

    Jennifer Lopez feat. Iggy Azalea - Booty 

    Even when it comes to music videos that are mostly ass-shaking, nuance is important; “Booty” has made this clearer than ever. In our defense of Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda,” we said that “it would be easy to see this video as the ultimate realization of music’s harmful objectification of women” before listing all the reasons why it wasn’t. They were subtle reasons, relying on the framing she uses to present sexual self-empowerment while teasing Drake, and rejecting the patriarchy through phallic banana symbolism. But it’s also worth noting that Nicki’s tone throughout is light and self-aware — she twerks with a wink and a nod. I’m not sure we needed a counterpoint for our defense, but here JLo and Iggy have provided one unasked for.

    In all the ways “Anaconda” is fun and knowingly referential, “Booty” is clumsily on the nose. It’s painfully direct, maximizing every harmful music video trope without challenging or dismantling them. Though it might just be ill-fated timing, it’s also hard not to see this as a wan and desperate attempt to latch onto the momentum Nicki’s created, and to monetize the rap beef between her and Iggy — a beef that Nicki has used to highlight important issues of appropriation and authorship, and that Iggy has used as an excuse to don a bodysuit and rub up on Jennifer Lopez. 

    Not that she doesn’t have that right. Feminism makes room for self-sexualizing, as demonstrated with raucous and careful abandon in “Anaconda.” But with great ass comes great responsibility, and with “Booty,” two of music’s least-consistent songstresses have shown themselves to be clueless, clumsy, and careless, without empowering anyone or having any fun doing it.

    The verdict? For us, “Booty” gets the boot.

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  14. brentchua:

    backstage, parke & ronen s/s 2015, p1

    (via klipspringers)