Chapters: 1/1 Fandom:Turn (TV 2014), Hamilton - Miranda, 18th Century CE RPF Rating: Explicit Relationships: Benedict Arnold/Charles Lee, charledict Characters: Benedict Arnold, Charles Lee Additional Tags: Established Relationship, Turn’s Ben, Hamilton’s Lee, Kissing, Sexual Content, Bantering, Canon Era, Sex with healing wounds is difficult, Smut
Benedict gets what he wants, injured leg or not. Charles doesn’t have it in him to object.
In the new video for “The Traveller,” we see unearthly footage of a woman in red walking around a dark set. The video feels like an artifact from another dimension: Everything is distorted and fuzzy — more like an experimental short film than a music video. As it plays out, we hear a song drenched in gorgeous, transporting shoegaze guitar and Victoria Legrand’s languid, hazy vocals.
Check out All Songs Considered intern Sophie Kemp’s thoughts and feelings on the new Beach House video! We’re big fans of Beach House, I could not be floating on a happier cloud of shoegaze goodness than with this new video!- Brandi
Chapters: 21/21 Fandom: Doctor Who & Related Fandoms, Doctor Who Rating: Not Rated Warnings: Major Character Death, No Archive Warnings Apply Relationships: Tenth Doctor/Reader, Tenth Doctor/Original Female Character Characters: Tenth Doctor Additional Tags: Fluff, Mushy, Inspired by Music, Musicals, Character Death, Romance Summary:
You and the Doctor arrive on the planet Anacrusis where a species of alien informs the two of you that you must sing karaoke so he can assess the lightness and darkness in your souls. Confused you both participate and allow him to see your futures. Your feelings for the Doctor are revealed, but as are his in return. Love blooms and a passionate romance begins. What seems like fun and simple songs turns into a much darker and deeper journey and not everyone will make it out alive.
“Earth and Fire” is a documentary poem about artist and primitive potter Kelly Magleby. Kelly went into the backcountry of Southern Utah with a knife and a buckskin for 10 days to try to learn about Anasazi pottery by doing it the way the Anasazi did it. Funded by Primitive Found (.org), music by Jason Shaw @ audionautix.com, check out Kelly’s art at anasazipottery.net. This the 1st video of 2016 for The Talking Fly short documentary project by filmmaker Steve Olpin, Enjoy!
Watch this more for the process in making the ceramics than perhaps accuracy. There are a few things I have issues with like the use of watermelon (Old World, domesticated in Egypt) and calling it Anasazi pottery. But it’s still neat and fun to watch. This reminds me of the Primitive Technology guy where things are shown rather than spoken.