this empty space that you create.
Nothing kills you like your mind
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Black Flag - My War
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Black Flag // My War

My war, you’re one of them 
You say that you’re my friend 
But you’re one of them 

ellefin:

Grimes, Pitchfork 2014.

okay, I’ll go back to lilac now

bohemiandream85:

Elliott Smith live at Variety Playhouse - 1998.

Photos by Frank Mullen

Part 2

Byodo Buddhist temple #hawaii #oahu

Byodo Buddhist temple #hawaii #oahu

spookymrsboo:

Spectral Photography

By Christopher Mckenney

https://www.flickr.com/photos/mcalister570/with/11075222865/

Tantalus/round top mountain #hawaii #honolulu #waikiki #imonavolcanobitch #tantalus

Tantalus/round top mountain #hawaii #honolulu #waikiki #imonavolcanobitch #tantalus

Bon Iver - Skinny Love
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Song Of The Day:

Bon Iver - Skinny Love

And I told you to be patient,
And I told you to be fine,
And I told you to be balanced,
And I told you to be kind

My Chemical Romance - Helena
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traditionalmoralvalues:

currentrotation:

"Helena" by My Chemical Romance

"What’s the worst that I could say? things are better if I stay, so long and goodnight…"

Fuck

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Perfect in All Its Imperfections” Elliott Smith’s ‘Roman Candle’

Elliott Smith’s acoustic guitar creaks and squeaks like an old house on his debut, Roman Candle, released 20 years ago today (July 14). Of the five albums Smith made over the course of his nine-year solo career, his debut was the most lo-fi, both in aesthetic and in process. As Gonson explained in Pitckfork’s oral history of Smith’s career, Smith would spent hours writing the songs that’d become Roman Candle in the upstairs portion of the house they shared together on Taylor Street in Portland. When he was ready to record, he’d retreat to the basement, where “he was perched on a stool surrounded by garbage.” Needless to say, he recorded the songs that would become Roman Candle quite quickly.

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Perfect in All Its Imperfections” Elliott Smith’s ‘Roman Candle’

Elliott Smith’s acoustic guitar creaks and squeaks like an old house on his debut, Roman Candle, released 20 years ago today (July 14). Of the five albums Smith made over the course of his nine-year solo career, his debut was the most lo-fi, both in aesthetic and in process. As Gonson explained in Pitckfork’s oral history of Smith’s career, Smith would spent hours writing the songs that’d become Roman Candle in the upstairs portion of the house they shared together on Taylor Street in Portland. When he was ready to record, he’d retreat to the basement, where “he was perched on a stool surrounded by garbage.” Needless to say, he recorded the songs that would become Roman Candle quite quickly.

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