(Source: wariopizza, via dreamemu)

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seaoleena:

i’m back *.•
follow the link to listen to the first song from ‘shallow’ & pre-order the album

seaoleena:

i’m back *.•

follow the link to listen to the first song from ‘shallow’ & pre-order the album

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likeafieldmouse:

Jaylon Israel Hicks - A Drawing of a Bloomy Dream (2014)

likeafieldmouse:

Jaylon Israel Hicks - A Drawing of a Bloomy Dream (2014)

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i have been following “alphabets” for so long now, and have always been addicted to his soundscapes and his own little universe he creates from them. recently, it has culminated into the release of one of my favorite albums at the moment, “dead//beat till i die”, that you can experience here http://lotsoflettershere.bandcamp.com/album/dead-beat-til-i-die

his music is so full of details, particular aesthetics and sounds, that you can just cut up bits of songs and loop them and it’s bliss. this was the basis for this remix which, except for the percussion and kick drums, everything is cut-up from the original.

original • https://soundcloud.com/asdfghjkljhgfds/rest

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miles5280s:

High-res scan of a flyer for MOTHER, 1989

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always fun to release a remix of one of your best buddies for his birthday. even better when you get to sample both earthbound & the smile sessions in it. original • https://soundcloud.com/smoking-fox/summer-breeze-let-it-out-1

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killerbeesting:

maya deren - at land, 1944

killerbeesting:

maya deren - at land, 1944

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ALL WATCHED OVER
BY MACHINES OF LOVING GRACE

much love to Son Lux

original • https://soundcloud.com/son-lux/enough-of-our-machines

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likeafieldmouse:

Falk Haberkorn - Essay on the Difficulty of Saying No (Part 2) (2009)

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rudygodinez:

Jean Cocteau, The Blood of a Poet, (1930)

(Source: thefinalimage)

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hello, today is my birthday, so have the first song from my next album, “epilogue”, that should be out in two, or maybe one month (i hope). except for the kick drum, it’s entirely the opening chord of Erik Satie’s timeless Gymnopédie no.1, altered in diverse ways, to fit with the Jeanne Moreau sample from Le Feu Follet (in which the soundtrack is entirely Satie songs), La Baie Des Anges and two or three interviews.

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