1. Holes in The Sky by M83 & HAIM | 2. Retrograde by James Blake | 3. Two Weeks by FKA Twigs | 4. Permutations by Lo-Fang | 5. Youth by Foxes | 6. Adore You by Miley Cyrus | 7. Tough Love by Jessie Ware | 8. The Knife by Kyla La Grange | 9. Touch by Shura | 10. Nirvana by Sam Smith | 11. Dreams by Fleetwood Mac | 12.Elastic Heart by SIA | 13. Leave Your Lover by Sam Smith | 14. Take Shelter by Years & Years | 15. KIng by Years & Years | 16. Walk by Kwabs
Just because a modern day artist breaks a record that was set by either The Beatles, Michael Jackson, Elvis, Madonna, or etc., doesn’t mean that artist is better than the greats. It just means that this generation doesn’t know where true, original music came from and won’t listen to anything else before they form an opinion.
the royals|| and then it started like a guilty thing (2x09) ↳ there’s a girl in my room who chose to stay in a very broken, unhealthy place for so many reasons. she stayed because she felt unworthy and unloved. unworthy of being loved. it occurs to me that there’s always been a girl in that room who felt that way and who made those choices. but only one of those girls was strong enough to get out, and it’s not me.
I am an illustrator and I have been collecting and illustrating the proverbs of White Middle Class Liberals for a year now and finally compiled them in to an Alphabetical Anthology. It functions as an educational tool and a fun way to clap back at every day crackery. if any one is interested in it you can find it here.