"Perfect Day" was originally inspired by a ham sandwich I had eaten. It was so amazing that it had turned my day into a perfect day. It was delicious, so delicious that I decided to dedicate a song to it. I really liked where I was going with the song so I changed some of the lyrics around and now it just sounds like any ordinary song. Most people wouldn’t have guessed that it was about a ham sandwich.
Lou Reed on “Perfect Day”  (via thatkindofwoman)

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seraphica:

Photographer Franck Bohbot captures the classic movie palaces of southern California [x]

I love old movie theaters

One of my favorite places in the whole world

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TODAY IN TRANS ARTISTS:Wendy Carlos born November 14, 1939AKA the mother of modern electronic musicThis amazing woman composed and recorded the entire Clockwork Orange soundtrack, yeah, that shit, that amazing stuff, this gal, right here.  Also, The Shining, yep.  That scary masterpiece, this gal made the music that made you piss.Her biggest break through album was Switched On Bach(1968) which, yes, is amazing synth-y classical jams.She began transitioning with the use of hormones in 1968 and has also won like 4 friggin’ awards for being awesome!(actually, mostly for having amazing music which directly equals being friggin’ awesome)So, if anyone asks you who the biggest bad ass in electronic-acoustic, or just electronic music in general, you tell them Wendy-God-Damn-Carlos

I love the A Clockwork Orange soundtrack to death.

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TODAY IN TRANS ARTISTS:

Wendy Carlos born November 14, 1939
AKA the mother of modern electronic music

This amazing woman composed and recorded the entire Clockwork Orange soundtrack, yeah, that shit, that amazing stuff, this gal, right here.  Also, The Shining, yep.  That scary masterpiece, this gal made the music that made you piss.

Her biggest break through album was Switched On Bach(1968) which, yes, is amazing synth-y classical jams.

She began transitioning with the use of hormones in 1968 and has also won like 4 friggin’ awards for being awesome!(actually, mostly for having amazing music which directly equals being friggin’ awesome)

So, if anyone asks you who the biggest bad ass in electronic-acoustic, or just electronic music in general, you tell them Wendy-God-Damn-Carlos

I love the A Clockwork Orange soundtrack to death.

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The sipder - Milena Sidorova

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a tearful child by marianne stokes circa 1890 (www.interweekly.org)

vintagemarlene:

a tearful child by marianne stokes circa 1890 (www.interweekly.org)

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theeraserhead:

"I believe in creative control. No matter what anyone makes, they should have control over it." - David Lynch.

theeraserhead:

"I believe in creative control. No matter what anyone makes, they should have control over it." - David Lynch.

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Our Changing Seas IIICourtney Mattison. Glazed stoneware and porcelain. 

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