Sometimes i feel bad but then i remember i have the reputation of goth in my entire family :)
Northwest - London (Live 2020)
Courtney Love, photographed by Kevin Cummins, 1994.
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Northwest - London (Live 2020)
Rage Against the Machine | Rock the Bells festival, Randall's Island New York City. July 29, 2007 (source)
RobMoro TV | Tigercub – ‘Sleepwalker’
Tigercub have shared the latest snippet from their new record, with latest heavy hitter, ‘Sleepwalker’. The track has weighty and cascading riffs that would sit well in a large concert hall and was written by frontman Jamie. The band have also announced a headline tour to come in November and December, but before that they will be taking part in Download’s Pilot event on the Saturday 19…
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weezer for spin magazine
i honestly get withdrawal symptoms when i'm not on tumblr.
song recommendation of the day: Judy Garland by Frog
Excuse me darlin’, to disturb you / Could you spare a bit of what the lord’s left for you? / Bless your solemn unending virtue / Lest your saviour up desert you
Alt-Country, Folk, Midwestern Emo, Indie Rock [band’s a bit hard to define, so take these with a grain of salt]
‘Judy Garland’ is my favourite track from indie rock/country/garage band Frog, and arguably my favourite song of all time. The song is a bittersweet alt-country critique of Hollywood and the American post-war lifestyle, using heartfelt lyrics and blue vocals to create a down-to-earth and vulnerable feel. If you’re into midwestern emo, country music, or any acoustic melancholic songs with no set musical boundaries and a general feeling of freeness, you’ll like this track and the 2015 album ‘Kind of Blah’.
The album itself is a goldmine of tracks, my close second-favourites being ‘Catchyalater’, ‘All Dogs Go To Heaven’, ‘Irish Goodbye’, and ‘Photograph’. All of the songs are rife with imagery and creative melodies that gently carry you through the tracks one-by-one. It somehow balances slowness with a sense of urgency, and has that kind of fuzzy feel around the edges that makes the music perfect to relax to on long journeys, during the rain, or while having a warm drink on the front porch at night.
This band is criminally underrated and doesn’t nearly have the fan presence they deserve, so I really hope I inspire some people to take up listening to their tracks!!
my lil bedroom cover of car seat headrest's sober to death. would be rly keen to hear what u think
Shoegaze is like alt rock but sleep deprived
Belmont by Belmont, 2018
Believe by Disturbed, 2002
Holy shit, you guys
You’re never gonna believe what just fell out of my CD wallet
Relics from a bygone era
I know I’ve had the Korn and Tool stickers since I was in high school (1998ish; never been peeled, I had the the Korn sticker taped to my bedroom door until I moved out at 19) and I’m pretty sure I picked up the Atari sticker in the early 2000s, maybe the SP sticker too, but... damn, the nostalgia that hit me when I saw these.
Stone Gossard and Mike McCready 1994