But what’s the big problem with some movie about exclusively white people frolicking about some unnamed city, playing twee music? I mean, Stuart Murdoch has never been quiet about his Scottish heritage (Additionally, Scotland is country with a 96% white majority). It’s just a film, is it not? Why does some random Pitchfork writer want to make white men angry? But there’s reasoning behind Sahim’s beliefs. Why would a film based off of a music project that was created to put women musicians on a pedestal be so exclusionary (even when the project involves a few women of color) and boring?
The Unbearable Rightness of Sarah Sahim The Pulp Zine

Forest Fires
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Axel Flóvent | Forest Fires

I can’t change your thoughts, my dear
I can’t change your fears
If you want I’ll travel near
To make you disappear

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Brandon Flowers - Lonely Town

I’ve been working overtime
I cant get you off my mind
Id sleep in the pouring rain
When will you come home again

Spinning like a gravitron, when I was just a kid
I always thought things would change ,but they never did
Spinning like a gravitron, when I was just a kid
I always thought things would change ,but they never did

I’m hanging on the end of this rope
Somewhere on the outskirts of hope
Life with out you not around
Another kid in lonely town
And I’m

Spinning like a gravitron, when I was just a kid
I always thought things would change ,but they never did
Spinning like a gravitron, when I was just a kid
I always thought things would change ,but they never did

Now I’m standing outside your house
And I’m wondering baby
Do you hear the phone when i call?
Do you hear the thud when i fall?
Do you hear the crack when i break?
Did you lock the door when its shut?
Did you see the knife when it shut?
Do you keep your ear to the ground?

To the kid in lonely town,

Spinning like a gravitron, when I was just a kid
I always thought things would change ,but they never did
Spinning like a gravitron, when I was just a kid
I always thought things would change ,but they never did

lattes & art days (pt. 2) // playlist by alaina

{inspired by new music from artists like sufjan, fr. john misty, & tame impala, and all the positivity my part 1 playlist received. here are more alternative/indie/folk/whatever songs for when you’re feeling lazy, need to study/focus, or just want some background music.}

listen to these tunes on 8tracks here.

  1. I DON’T KNOW // nick hakim
  2. WHO KNOWS WHO CARES // local natives
  3. PILEDRIVER WALTZ // alex turner
  4. HAZELTON // justin Vernon
  5. SHOULD HAVE KNOWN BETTER // sufjan stevens
  6. JUST A BOY // angus & julia stone
  7. WICKED GAME // james vincent mcmorrow
  8. VAPOUR // vancouver sleep clinic
  9. THE SUBURBS // arcade fire
  10. I CAN’T MAKE YOU LOVE ME // bon iver
  11. COLD // nick hakim
  12. FOURTH OF JULY // sufjan stevens
  13. MAD SOUNDS (ACOUSTIC) // arctic monkeys
  14. SAGRES // the tallest man on earth
  15. BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS// fleet foxes
  16. HEAVEN KNOWS I’M MISERABLE NOW // the smiths
  17. LET IT HAPPEN // tame impala
  18. EVERY GRAIN OF SAND (feat. JUSTIN VERNON) // blind boys of alabama
  19. AMSTERDAM // daughter
  20. BROKEN BRIGHTS // angus stone
  21. COME DOWN // sylvan esso
  22. CHATEAU LOBBY #4 (IN C FOR TWO VIRGINS) // father john misty
  23. FLAWS // bombay bicycle club
  24. REALITY // allen stone
  25. DO I WANNA KNOW (COVER) // hozier
  26. COEUR D’ALENE // the head and the heart
  27. AS MUCH AS I EVER COULD // city and colour
  28. NORWAY // beach house
  29. REQUIEM FOR BLUE JEANS // bastille
  30. ODE TO VICEROY // mac demarco
  31. LISA SAWYER // leon bridges

my 8tracks // soundcloud

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The Vaccines - Minimal Affection

Minimal Affection is available now, from the new album English Graffiti.