has anyone figured out how to get her new blog on here? i'm so mad at her rn.
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i absolutely HAVE to go to this. have to.
If Björk’s wrenching and masterful new album Vulnicura hadn’t leaked early, its release would’ve coincided with the opening of the Museum Of Modern Art’s new Björk retrospective. The exhibit, which opens next month, will feature sound installations, visuals, costumes, and tons of other things that will capture the strange and slippery and beautiful career she’s pieced together over the decades. And one centerpiece of the exhibit will be a specifically-commissioned video for “Black Lake,” the new album’s soul-destroying 10-minute centerpiece.
i have not heard of ANY of the tracks on björk's mix (except for that LFO track <3) so i am going to listen to this and i will tell you if you need to listen to it okay?
Björk co-hosted Tri-Angle Records’ Rinse FM podcast last night, and her set included a new remix of her Vulnicura track “NotGet” by Berlin producer Lotic. What once was a boisterous orchestral number is now bathed in piercing drones and aggressive drones — a different way to express the same emotional turmoil. Björk introduces the song around the 47:45 mark. Stream the full mix and check out the setlist below.
matthew's friends julia and kendra are in a band with scarlett johansson and now you can listen to their song!
Our Scarlett Johansson tag archive is truly fascinating, including New Order and Serge Gainsbourg covers, collaborations with everyone from the Jesus And Mary Chain to Dean Martin, and a game of charades with Drake. Here’s one more unexpected entry: The movie star has teamed with Este Haim, Holly Miranda, Kendra Morris, and Julia Haltigan to form a self-described “super-pop” group called the Singles. Here’s how Johansson described the endeavor to Rolling Stone:
i like a lot of these! and i don't like some of them. fashion!
When you go to Naeem Khan show you expect – and get – glittering, shimmering fantasy fashion that’ll make you sigh and make you covet. For this, his tenth anniversary show for Fashion Week, he celebrated both the brand’s accomplishments and the work of the artisans who’ve helped him get here. The result is pure Naeem Khan. Not a “greatest hits,” so much as a “This is who we are and what we do.” Ladies? Come pick your Oscars gowns.
[Photo Credit: IMAXTree]
mostly sharing to make sure everyone had seen the chronic gamer girl ep where abbi and ilana play this game. i lol every time http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=U_CAB8AOxOc
i'm glad she seems to be doing well and she looks great!!
i like this :x
matthew and i just finished re-watching Daria all the way through for the second? third? time. still need to re-watch the movies again. it really is just the best show ever.
omg omg omgggggg
i still LOL at this every time
this is the best one of these
okay now we can really talk about this. how sad and weird! it's kind of brilliant. like. time heals all wounds? or something? and it's so fucking funny. oh my goddddd.
lots of good stuff on this list (dogtooth, under the skin!) lots i haven't seen (boyhoodddd!) and lots that were not my taste (take shelter, holy motors)
All the vegan ladies, all the vegan ladies, put your hands up.
Beyoncé has unveiled her new vegan meal delivery service to the public. After taking the 22 Days Vegan Challenge with Jay Z, Beyoncé has tried to incorporate more plant-based foods into the couple's diet.
The 22-day concept was born out of the philosophy that it takes 21 days to form a habit and, after the third week, the routine become exponentially easier.
Teaming up with her trainer, Marcos Borges, Beyoncé hopes to inspire others to explore healthier options. Every meal on the plan reportedly uses 100% organic, gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free and non-GMO ingredients that are never frozen Read more...More about Beyonce, Watercooler, Conversations, and Health Fitness
butterflies sucking fresh blood from a sock
is everyone as heartbroken over this album as i am? i'm finally able to listen to it without sobbing uncontrollably, so there's that! i love this song.
Björk labels this track as “five months before” in the packaging of Vulnicura, as in it was written nearly half a year before she and Matthew Barney permanently split. It’s basically a song in which she observes a change in their dynamic, and wonders what to do – call him out on his moodiness, wait it out, stew in frustration. It’s a very passive sentiment, and that carries through most of the album, with Björk addressing the dissolution of a very long relationship as though it’s just something happening to her, rather than something she is directly involved in. I think this rings emotionally true to an extent, especially if you’re the one being left behind. But there’s a strange void in this music, this empty space where the singer’s complicity would be. Is she actually blameless in all this, or is it just too painful to address?
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wowowowoww the whole collection
Wu Tang Cher Clan
Snakes snakes snakes Snakes
iceberg lettuce grow op
*mariah carey voice* ooooooo
Jack and Jill starring Adam Sandlers
did i leave the iron on
the deep sea is disgusting
XL Dave Navarro 2006 Body Pillow
stop living for the applause
Guy Fieri Yaoi
i like this!
meanwhile, in Iceland....
how many people are in the 1% ?
LONDON — The wealthiest 1% of the world will soon own more than the rest of the planet's population, according to a new report from the charity Oxfam.
The study shows that the proportion of the world's wealth owned by the richest 1% increased from 44% in 2009 to 48% in 2014, and Oxfam says it expects that to increase to more than 50% by 2016.
The news comes just days ahead of the World Economic Forum, which sees political and business leaders from around the world convene in Davos, Switzerland.
Winnie Byanyima, Oxfam's executive director, is set to co-chair the event, and wants to use the charity's role to highlight inequality and demand action. She said the scale of global inequality was "simply staggering" in a statement. Read more...More about Davos, Oxfam, Us World, World, and Income Inequality