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Peregrine Vision

Hoping to see farther every day. Illustration, books, comics and general nerdiness.

Posts tagged music:

nightcall | a cyberpunk / 80’s winter soldier fanmix | listen | download

Q: Did you have any rituals while putting on the costume, that helped you get into character? Sebastian Stan: “I played a lot of sound tracks from different movies. Also Daft Punk was huge for me and David Bowie and The Terminator soundtrack, believe it or not. I love music. You know, I’ve always wanted to do an ’80’s movie! I love that music!” (x)

My new work noise. Also replacing the Moriarty fst as the ‘get out there and get shit done’ soundtrack. (Well, maybe appending. I love that frickin’ mix.)

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imathers:

the-girl-who-fell-to-the-earth:

slowburn-to-ashes:

'Heroes' Photoshoot 

David Bowie

Best fucking photoset ever!

These are amazing. It’s fascinating that seeing where that strange gesture that actually wound up on the cover of "Heroes" (one of my favourite cover images ever) came from and that it’s more mundane, or at least less deliberately stylized, than I would have guessed. And yet, possibly because Bowie deliberately chose that one moment for the cover, seeing that context doesn’t make the cover any less striking or evocative or mysterious for me.

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Under Pressure - vocals only

Hypnotic and astonishing. I didn’t realise how much the music added until I played this and couldn’t even recognise the song. (Until my favourite part at the end, of course.)

ophelies:

my soul is wicked // listen
a mix for witches & evil spirits

i. numb as the winter- chelsea wolfe ii. me and the devil- soap&skin iii. smells like teen spirit- tori amos iv. earth died screaming- tom waits v. black magic woman- fleetwood mac vi. devil do- holly golightly & the brokeoffs vii. build the fire- kal cahoone viii. we are on fire- cocorosie ix. raining blood- tori amos x. boadicea- enya xi. the sun is going down (i)- soley xii. the sun is going down (ii)- soley

ophelies:

my soul is wicked // listen

a mix for witches & evil spirits

i. numb as the winter- chelsea wolfe ii. me and the devil- soap&skin iii. smells like teen spirit- tori amos iv. earth died screaming- tom waits v. black magic woman- fleetwood mac vi. devil do- holly golightly & the brokeoffs vii. build the fire- kal cahoone viii. we are on fire- cocorosie ix. raining blood- tori amos x. boadicea- enya xi. the sun is going down (i)- soley xii. the sun is going down (ii)- soley

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pinchebienvestido:

Editorial:

"The Soul of the Machines"

L’Uomo Vogue, Julio-Agosto 2013

Fotografía Pierpaolo Ferrari / Estilismo Robert Rabensteiner / Modelos Daft Punk

NUNCA nos cansaremos de este robótico par y su nuevo guardarropa de Saint Laurent.

Qué elegancia la de Francia.

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minimoonstar:

blackggggum:

How to eat your friend.

I no longer have any idea what is going on.

It’s Just You (Kim Possible) - LMNT, Kim Possible Soundtrack.

Work music. Not sorry.

(Source: Spotify)

You focus on the wrong stuff. It’s true, you are terrible at a lot of things, but there are a couple things that nobody else does as well as you do. It drives me bananas that you will — you will throw yourself away completely because of one or two things that you think about that you think are wrong about you. And that’s what breaks my heart … You gotta ignore those and lean towards the things that make you like yourself. Forget everything else. Fake it. Fake your way upwards.

The National’s lead singer Matt Berninger to his brother Tom, in Tom’s documentary “Mistaken for Strangers” (via wingsoutstretched)

Overbearing but loving A-type oniisan advice! I really enjoyed this documentary — as someone who doesn’t know much/care about The National it was a lot more fun to watch the lead singer’s amiable younger metalhead brother ask band members Smash Hits! style questions and make them make facial expressions into the camera than it would have been to watch a “normal” behind the scenes documentary (I mean… they’re not really an outré band, The National).

IMO it’s not so much good because Tom Beringer makes it about himself and his Process(tm) instead — even though that gives the doc its throughline — or even because it ends up being about the relationship between the brothers — but for the glimpse of the family context that produced two very different but very creative people, and how (like any other family context) that shapes your assumptions about how you work and the world works. You wonder about the other two pairs of brothers in the band, actually, and the contexts they came from.

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(via minimoonstar)

oh god what am I doing

oh god what am I doing

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