tafttheatre:

Check out Benjamin Booker ripping through “Have You Seen My Son”


They destroyed The Echo in Los Angeles last night! Honestly, one of the best shows I have ever been to. You must go see him. His music is alive, raw, and genuine. My girl called the show a “primal sonic bath to open your ears and heart!” Tell it.

Emy Von Hell on We Heart It.

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You can tell a lot about someone by the music they listen to.

Hit shuffle on your ipod/iphone/itunes/media player and write down the first 10 songs, then pass this onto 10 people…

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OK, here’s what came up…

1. Monkey Man by The Rolling Stones

2. Higher Ground by The Red Hot Chili Peppers

3. Raspberry Beret by Prince

4. I Put A Spell On You by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins

5. Tell Her No by The Zombies

6. Nighttime/Anytime by The Constantines

7. The Ocean by Led Zeppelin

8. El Que Siembra Su Maiz by Trio Matamoros

9. Ever Fallen In Love by The Buzzcocks

10. Iguazu by Gustavo Santolalla

Solid mix. Think it pretty well represents my musical tastes. Thankfully, none of those Carly Rae Jepsen, Hanson or Chumbawamba songs came up. Man, that would’ve been embarrassing.

I was just thinking, no one’s online, where the fuck is everyone? I actually started getting worried and then I remembered it’s Friday night and y’all got lives.

See?!

Uh-oh…here comes another Tumblr crush.

bleedingheartprints:

Lark at Dr Sketchy’s Melbourne © Nicole McGrath, Bleeding Heart Prints

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nprmusic:

Flashing both the raw talent of a recruit and the acumen of a much older musician, Benjamin Booker’s self-titled debut shows off both his youth and his grasp of past musical forms

Stream Benjamin Booker from NPR Music’s First Listen

VeraBaby

Quodlibet Maskenball by E Böhm, 1922


You and me. Me and her.

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