jazz personality

ok but literally falsettos was the queer representation that ive been clamoring for my whole life and its honestly just so refreshing???

like you have all these characters who are allowed to be wholeheartedly gay, not just off offhandedly mentioned to be in passing and then get continuously toned down. but like, actually showing these characters in relationships, and struggling, and consistently showing affection towards each other honestly i didnt realize what i was missing out on until this came into my life 

maybe ive just been poking my head into the wrong media corners but never in my whole life have i seen a gay couple be allowed to be so overtly sexual (especially for something that came out in the 80′s holy moly)

and on top of seeing queer characters who have realistic relationship struggles, the also show these guys having fun! like ???? i dont get to see that a lot in media!!! lesbians and gay men, having a genuinely good time with each other???? without being a side plot????? fuckin incredible!!!

i didnt mean to ramble like this but like….falsettos man…..god bless


Post-split Panic! At The Disco + memories


Asked by @miss-phasma-vanbowie who said:

“AU idea thing: Phasma is a DJ who sets up rock guitarist Kylo with jazz sax player Hux (good excuse to see Hux in a suit playing the blues)” 

Soooooooo….I may have given up half way through…? xD


also tumblr won’t let me answer directly…WHY T^T

Just a quick update!

I’m planning to go on a mini-hiatus just so I can focus on my studies for this semester, I’ll be back in June!

Past comics and doodles can be found in this little archive thingy over here
Hope you’re all having a wonderful day! :’D

You Are Home

Summary: Damon had found his home but there was never a happy ending. What he once lost can never be replaced or so he thought.

Pairings: Damon x Reader

Warnings: smut, angst

Word Count: 3985

It felt weird to write something this long but I hope you guys like this story as much as I loved writing it. Thank you for your continual support and patience, guys!

(gifs not mine, credits to owners)

Parties left and right, music played all damn night. There wasn’t a dull day when you moved to the city. You were a pretty little thing who socialized with a lot of people, knew the commoners, and met the newcomers. 1920’s was the glitz, glamour, and jazz. In your personal taste, you loved the 20’s as much as you loved being the King’s little princess, you being you, didn’t really like non-extravagant lifestyle.

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Gen Update on the State of Affairs of Me

I’m visiting my mom for the next couple of days aaaaand she doesn’t have wifi lmfao

SO: I have about 20 thumbnail sketches of the upcoming chapter of Recovery done, so i’ll be working on that whilst I’m here. As it is I may add an extra chapter, or just make the current one extremely long. WE’LL SEE I GUESS;;;

Also the day I go back to school is the day I start the ten day training thing for my new job, so as of now for the next ehhh two ish weeks? general updates and asks will be slow. I’ll be working on this chapter so you’ll still have weekly recovery updates though, so no worries about that 💖


Charles Earland - More Today Than Yesterday (Black Talk!, 1969)

Charles Earland - organVirgil Jones - trumpetHouston Person - tenor saxophoneMelvin Sparks - guitarIdris Muhammad - drums

Movie Jazz, A Spotify Playlist:

  1. Duke Ellington - “Main Title/Anatomy of a Murder” from Anatomy of a Murder (1959)
  2. Charles Mingus - “II B.S.” from U-Turn (1997)
  3. Sidney Bechet - “Si Tu Vois Ma Mère” from Midnight in Paris (2011)
  4. Bill Evans - “Peace Piece” from Jack Goes Boating (2010)
  5. Thelonious Monk - “Straight, No Chaser” from Se7en (1995)
  6. Charlie Parker - “Ko-Ko” from The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999)
  7. Bud Powell - “Glass Enclosure” from The Missing Person (2009)
  8. Herbie Hancock (with Dexter Gordon) - “Body and Soul” from ‘Round Midnight (1986)
  9. Dizzy Gillespie-  “Theme from The Cool World“ from The Cool World (1963)
  10. Elmer Bernstein’s Orchestra and the Chico Hamilton Quintent - "Goodbye Baby” from Sweet Smell of Success (1957)
  11. John Coltrane - “Equinox” from The Boss’ Wife (1986)
  12. Miles Davis - “Générique” from Ascenseur pour l'échafaud (1958)
  13. Dave Brubeck - “Unsquare Dance” from Silver Linings Playbook (2012)
  14. Sonny Rollins - “Alfie’s Theme Differently” from Alfie (1966)

Listen to this Spotify Playlist & more curated by Rotten Tomatoes here

anonymous asked:

I had to delete my blog, and now I set it up again and I'm just super sad that all my stuff is gone- sorry for bugging you

Awww I’m sorry to hear that anon! If it helps, you can think about it as a fresh start? I’ve started and ended various accounts for art because I was disappointed in my work and wanted to make more with the focus on bettering myself for myself rather than someone else, so I have a rather laidback sort of attitude about starting over. 

Also when drawing im constantly redoing pieces so think of it this way if you like; THIS ONE WILL BE BETTER. <3