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D.C. Suburb, pop punk super hero and zinester.
Blog= an inconsistent ejaculation into the endless web of non-responses and distant cracked computer monitors.

crustpunkery:

My favorite moment of Breaking Bad was that oh-so-painful but inevitable scene where Walt has to reveal to his family of his double life as his alter-ego Matt Berninger, vocalist for indie soft rock band The National

n0thanx

crustpunkery:

My favorite moment of Breaking Bad was that oh-so-painful but inevitable scene where Walt has to reveal to his family of his double life as his alter-ego Matt Berninger, vocalist for indie soft rock band The National

n0thanx

How the fuck do I book a show.

Its like a frackin amateur hour over here.

Its been over seven months since I’ve booked a show.

Oof.

Slackin’

Its done.

I will be a basement dweller. I will live within walking distance to metro. I am going to be so broke until it all pans out but I am getting closer and closer to growing up.
The house is so beautiful, its so old, its so big. The garden is so immense and over grown and beautiful too. Just wow.

ethiopienne:

CeCe McDonald, Reina Gossett, and Dean Spade: Police & prisons don’t keep us safe—we keep each other safe

(Source: ana-lopo)

who made this?

pups forever.

(Source: freezebaby)

lets go daddy-o

lets go daddy-o

n0thanx:

whiskey-wolf:

$2,500.00 Titanium and Gold Lip Pearl Linerlock

This knife is from Suchat’s New Diamond Edition. This liner locking folder features a carved Robert Calcinore Mosaic Damascus blade. The handle has carved titanium bolsters, carved gold lip pearl scales with pink/green/yellow stone inserts, carved matching Damascus rear bolsters, and carved and anodized titanium liners and back-spacer.

@nosubjectkid

TINY KNIVES//TINY KNIVES//TINY KNIVES

(Source: giantspacefetus)

theladybadass:

Alice Prin (aka Kiki de Montparnasse) in Dadaist 1924 short film, Ballet Mécanique

sundialsva:

topshelfrecords:

Hey! We’re very, very excited to announce that we’ll be releasing a new Sundials EP later this summer! Holy butts we love this band.
Sundials have always been a band that’ve bounced around and done things on their own terms — releasing records with a slew of awesome labels like Kiss of Death and Eevil Weevil along the way. It was 2012’s When I Couldn’t Breathe (released on also great Asian Man), however, that straight up floored us. It is equal parts punk, pop and rock — all in perfect balance. This band has a special knack for harnessing John K.-esque lyrical imagery paired with pure feel-good musical peaks and valleys that demand to be turned up.
The band begins recording the EP this weekend at Noisy Little Critter in West Chester, PA with producer Mike Bardzik (Spraynard, Everyone Everywhere) whom they worked with on their last studio LP, When I Couldn’t Breathe. More details soon!
Until then, please listen to their bandcamp, and follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr — thanks!!

Hey! Listen!

sundialsva:

topshelfrecords:

Hey! We’re very, very excited to announce that we’ll be releasing a new Sundials EP later this summer! Holy butts we love this band.

Sundials have always been a band that’ve bounced around and done things on their own terms — releasing records with a slew of awesome labels like Kiss of Death and Eevil Weevil along the way. It was 2012’s When I Couldn’t Breathe (released on also great Asian Man), however, that straight up floored us. It is equal parts punk, pop and rock — all in perfect balance. This band has a special knack for harnessing John K.-esque lyrical imagery paired with pure feel-good musical peaks and valleys that demand to be turned up.

The band begins recording the EP this weekend at Noisy Little Critter in West Chester, PA with producer Mike Bardzik (Spraynard, Everyone Everywhere) whom they worked with on their last studio LP, When I Couldn’t Breathe. More details soon!

Until then, please listen to their bandcamp, and follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr — thanks!!

Hey! Listen!

daisyalioto:

Via Washington City Paper

daisyalioto:

Via Washington City Paper