Temples were so good tonight.

Temples were so good tonight.

My friend made me the cutest handmade bracelet that I’ve ever seen. 💕

My friend made me the cutest handmade bracelet that I’ve ever seen. 💕

Julian Casablancas + The Voidz - Xerox
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burndowntheskyline:

pink—rabbits:

One more (for now) it’s just so perfect, I can’t right now.

This is my favorite Julian song

This is what I really need to be listening to

I literally cannot stop listening to Interpol’s new album.

cultrecordsnyc:


JC + The Voidz for GQ Magazine (x)


on stands next week y’all

Buying it just for Julian’s face.

cultrecordsnyc:

JC + The Voidz for GQ Magazine (x)

on stands next week y’all

Buying it just for Julian’s face.

😍

😍

I dedicated my whole day to Interpol, and it was very well worth it.

I dedicated my whole day to Interpol, and it was very well worth it.

Holy shit I’m seeing Interpol today.

Thanks for always cooking for me and being so cute. 😘

Thanks for always cooking for me and being so cute. 😘

mysterydisease:

MGMT on the set of Congratulations, 2010.

letyoubeloud:

"I really regret not following my heart for [Phrazes For The Young]," he said over the phone from his home in New York. "In my head, I was like, ‘Do I want to do a weirder thing?’ But I thought it would’ve been swept under the rug, so I went the opposite way." As it happened, "Phrazes for the Young" — an underrated electro-pop jaunt — was swept under the rug anyway; it sold fewer copies than any Strokes album, including last year’s "Comedown Machine," roundly criticized as a careless fulfillment of the band’s contract with RCA Records.
So Casablancas, 36, was determined to stick to his guns for his first effort with the Voidz, whose members include players he’d originally recruited for solo shows. The aggressive sound, he said, reflects his lifelong love of punk bands like Black Flag and his more recent examination of “modern classical music and weird jazz.” And the lyrics channel his sense of outrage that began growing during George W. Bush’s presidency, which Casablancas called “a wake-up zone.”
LA Times

Pretty sure I have those sunglasses.😎

letyoubeloud:

"I really regret not following my heart for [Phrazes For The Young]," he said over the phone from his home in New York. "In my head, I was like, ‘Do I want to do a weirder thing?’ But I thought it would’ve been swept under the rug, so I went the opposite way." As it happened, "Phrazes for the Young" — an underrated electro-pop jaunt — was swept under the rug anyway; it sold fewer copies than any Strokes album, including last year’s "Comedown Machine," roundly criticized as a careless fulfillment of the band’s contract with RCA Records.

So Casablancas, 36, was determined to stick to his guns for his first effort with the Voidz, whose members include players he’d originally recruited for solo shows. The aggressive sound, he said, reflects his lifelong love of punk bands like Black Flag and his more recent examination of “modern classical music and weird jazz.” And the lyrics channel his sense of outrage that began growing during George W. Bush’s presidency, which Casablancas called “a wake-up zone.”

LA Times

Pretty sure I have those sunglasses.😎

All of my friends and boyfriend are older than me but I still feel older than them most of the time.

INTERPOL - My Desire
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hawkelahawke:

INTERPOL | My Desire