fiddlecastro:

instead of doing anything productive, my evening was creating pepemcmichael, a blog dedicated to former WCW Wrestler/Announcer Steve McMichael’s dog, and screencapping and queuing pictures…

well shit this got more popular than I ever thought.

fiddlecastro:

instead of doing anything productive, my evening was creating pepemcmichael, a blog dedicated to former WCW Wrestler/Announcer Steve McMichael’s dog, and screencapping and queuing pictures…

well shit this got more popular than I ever thought.

humpty-punky:

So this is a real life note that Julian Koster from Neutral Milk Hotel wrote me personally after my teacher met them. I still don’t know what to do about it.

humpty-punky:

So this is a real life note that Julian Koster from Neutral Milk Hotel wrote me personally after my teacher met them. I still don’t know what to do about it.

fyeahsharonvanetten:

under-radar-mag:

It’s hard not to be a third wheel when listening in on a conversation between Sharon Van Etten and The War on Drugs’ Adam Granduciel. Having met while Van Etten was recording 2010’s Epic in a Philadelphia studio near Granduciel’s house, the two songwriters share not only a friendship and a mutual admiration of each other’s work, but also a set of memories collected while touring together in 2012.
(via The War on Drugs vs. Sharon Van Etten Interview | Under the Radar - Music Magazine)

A fantastic conversation between Adam of The War on Drugs and Sharon Van Etten!



Adam:Who played the guitar part on “Break Me”? On the chorus?
Sharon:That was Doug [Keith]. On the high part, right?
Adam:Yeah, the high arpeggio’ed part. Love that. It just lifts the whole song. That’s awesome, because it’s really natural and pretty.

oooo, this always stood out to me, too. Doug hit gold there.

fyeahsharonvanetten:

under-radar-mag:

It’s hard not to be a third wheel when listening in on a conversation between Sharon Van Etten and The War on Drugs’ Adam Granduciel. Having met while Van Etten was recording 2010’s Epic in a Philadelphia studio near Granduciel’s house, the two songwriters share not only a friendship and a mutual admiration of each other’s work, but also a set of memories collected while touring together in 2012.

(via The War on Drugs vs. Sharon Van Etten Interview | Under the Radar - Music Magazine)

A fantastic conversation between Adam of The War on Drugs and Sharon Van Etten!

Adam:Who played the guitar part on “Break Me”? On the chorus?

Sharon:That was Doug [Keith]. On the high part, right?

Adam:Yeah, the high arpeggio’ed part. Love that. It just lifts the whole song. That’s awesome, because it’s really natural and pretty.

oooo, this always stood out to me, too. Doug hit gold there.