Okay, that is Marty Anderson, a guy with Crohn’s disease who sings deludingly simple pop songs. His voice chirps and creaks. An acquired taste, but once you’ve acquired it, you’ll find really honest music. I discovered this song just on Bandcamp, but a good place to start is the album collection ‘Low Road’ and 'High Road’. 

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anonymous asked:

Mwm? from any company?

Enzo and Big Cass, The Usos, Matt Hardy, Sheamus, Cesaro, Karl Anderson, Marty Scurll, Zack Sabre Jr, The Young Bucks, Noam Dar!!

Does anyone have any names to add? c:


I almost forgot how many awesome people are in this. Marty Beller, Chris Anderson and even a glimpse of Pat Dillett!

I'm a bit of a film buff

I’m familiar of all the great directors:

Darren Anonofsky

Paul Tizzy Anderson

Marty Scorseas

Quendell Tortellini

Christophan Noler

Stanley “The Cube” Kubrick

Alyandro Godzilla Inarotatta

and, of course, the late great Davin Fincher


You slept in my bed after you said,
“I need to sort out my head.”

So we didn’t, we just talked instead
But my blood, it still has to be red
It’s still gonna go wherever it be led

Now I can’t get you out of my head.

And last night I heard you kiss a little drummer girl that you missed
You don’t know nothing about her lips, why would you want to go on loveless?

Watch on

Okay - Tragedy

Wonderful audio editing and musical composition on this album, Huggable Dust.

Marty Anderson is one of the few artists I can listen to who can repeat a simple phrase over and over and somehow avoid sounding lazy or inept. The words grind in until empathy approaches a kind of shared emotional limit (yes, yes, another calculus analogy). Very good stuff.


i can’t believe this was three years ago. man, i’m really freaking out about time this week.