jb; wannabe screenwriter; disgruntled
britticisms:

Well, here we are. Summer is technically not over, and yet the temperatures hovered somewhere around 45 this morning. Fall always arrives earlier than we remember and earlier than we’d like, but with it brings some of the best music of the year. And so, another mix. This time, I’ve largely included new music with a couple of greats (like Ivy, my beloved) to complete the seasonal listening picture. Enjoy!
Free FALL, a MIXICISMS (download)
"Exo Exo" by Saigon
"Hourglass" by Rodrigo Amarante 
"Busy Baby (ft. Nina K)" by Tomas Barfod 
"Taken it All" by Zoot Woman 
"Before You (Rachel Foxx flip)" by J-Louis
"Be My Baby (Cashmere Cat edit)" by Ariana Grande
"Chandellier (B A S E C A M P remix)" by Sia 
"Never Catch Me (ft. Kendrick Lamar) " by Flying Lotus
"This Is Your Time" by Muneshine X El. Train 
"Slow (ft. Rochelle Jordan)" by Cyril Hahn
"Talk Talk " by George Maple
"Villages" by Alpine
"Your Design" by Grace Mitchell
"Every Other Freckle" by alt-J 
"Emmanuel" by B A S E C A M P
"Undertow" by Ivy
"Don’t You Love (ft. BANKS)" by Lil Silva
"Your Woman" by Paris Carney
"Worry Heart" by Evy Jane
"Send Me Out" by Kelela
"No More Honey" by Blonde Redhead

britticisms:

Well, here we are. Summer is technically not over, and yet the temperatures hovered somewhere around 45 this morning. Fall always arrives earlier than we remember and earlier than we’d like, but with it brings some of the best music of the year. And so, another mix. This time, I’ve largely included new music with a couple of greats (like Ivy, my beloved) to complete the seasonal listening picture. Enjoy!

Free FALL, a MIXICISMS (download)

  1. "Exo Exo" by Saigon
  2. "Hourglass" by Rodrigo Amarante
  3. "Busy Baby (ft. Nina K)" by Tomas Barfod
  4. "Taken it All" by Zoot Woman
  5. "Before You (Rachel Foxx flip)" by J-Louis
  6. "Be My Baby (Cashmere Cat edit)" by Ariana Grande
  7. "Chandellier (B A S E C A M P remix)" by Sia 
  8. "Never Catch Me (ft. Kendrick Lamar) " by Flying Lotus
  9. "This Is Your Time" by Muneshine X El. Train
  10. "Slow (ft. Rochelle Jordan)" by Cyril Hahn
  11. "Talk Talk " by George Maple
  12. "Villages" by Alpine
  13. "Your Design" by Grace Mitchell
  14. "Every Other Freckle" by alt-J
  15. "Emmanuel" by B A S E C A M P
  16. "Undertow" by Ivy
  17. "Don’t You Love (ft. BANKS)" by Lil Silva
  18. "Your Woman" by Paris Carney
  19. "Worry Heart" by Evy Jane
  20. "Send Me Out" by Kelela
  21. "No More Honey" by Blonde Redhead

vinebox:

Can’t tell a white guy to take it easy

kobetyrant:

me when I got money: ha! broke ass bitch how the dollar menu taste? I wouldn’t know because it’s Big Macs only around here hoe!!!!

me when I’m broke: capitalism is inhumane and must be put to an end.

unimpressed2chainz:

questioning if a black kid was raised in a two parent household is prob my favourite microagression right after inquiring about my level of education

People are always fascinated by infidelity because, in the end—whether we’ve had direct experience or not—there’s part of you that knows there’s absolutely no more piercing betrayal. People are undone by it. Love is understood, in a historical way, as one of the great human vocations—but its counterspell has always been infidelity. This terrible, terrible betrayal that can tear apart not only another person, not only oneself, but whole families.

In the archaic record, this idea of infidelity is elevated to a national level: In The Iliad, we see this kind of treachery tear apart nations. And I think anyone who’s ever been betrayed like that certainly feels a little bit of the Troy in them. When your heart gets torn to bits, it feels like a nation being torn to bits.

So there’s the epic scale, but then it’s so extraordinarily intimate. I think that the combination is really a brilliant one-two punch.

Junot Diaz (via thebardofavon)