out of tune ep

dude, the northern lords were ready to give sansa the crown just cause jon is not here ™ can you imagine what is gonna happen when they hear he bent the knee to some targaryen they’ve never even heard about? you’re losing your crown, jon~ and your sister’s not defending you this time cause fuck the targaryens and fuck the lannisters, her north is not answering to anyone.


Christmas is over with and now it’s time to make that New Year’s Day playlist. The playlist that you’ll listen to while at your party or someone else’s party or even if you’re just at home eating a bag of Dorito’s, waiting for that ball to drop. I’d say the perfect way to start that playlist is by putting Roy Wood’s “Instinct” on it. In this jam, Woods is accompanied by MadeinTYO to discuss their own ways of courting someone. Woods is able to sing his way in through his diverse, multi-tonal voice while MadeinTYO is able to sing his shot in a smooth, chill manner. This is all over a basic, up tempo instrumental that fits both styles. Also on this track is a great catchy hook that’ll be stuck in you’re head immediately after your first listen of this jam. Do yourself a favor and start your New Year’s Day right with this tune. And don’t forget to check out Roy’s latest EP, Nocturnal.


マクロスMACROSS 82-99 - Fun Tonight

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Black Side

As far as I’ve seen the fandom’s reaction to ep 11, there are two main opinions: it was painful but intersting and cool - or it was boring trash as none of the Libra appeared for the whole episode, and who cares of Mary and William, they are fillers.

I have to admit that this ep was really kind of out of tune with the whole series due to its slow pace and drama.


What we know about Hellsalem’s Lot is that there are plenty of accidents and deaths every day in this city. No one in Libra cries for them - and most of the citizens are also used to these victims, so no one cares. The fact is just accepted - and quite easily.

What we usually see in KKSS is farce and comedy and action.

So we slowly forget, don’t think of those who suffered from all those events like Collapse or Aligura’s actions. It’s normal, because no one can constantly worry about hundreds of strangers.

However, the 11th episode shows the other side - about those victims who usually presented as faceless crowd.

Mary and William have lost their parents in Great Collapse. They are still suffering from the consequences and from the loss. The twins story just shows how events which are considered normal in HL affect fates of separate people. It’s another, sad and black side of the whole story, which is barely touched in manga, so I’m really happy it was given such a bright picture in anime.

I was floored by the beauty of Israeli trio Garden City Movement’s song Move On a month ago. It was the kind of listen that induced endless chills and raised countless goosebumps. The trio have unveiled a new tune, off their forthcoming EP Bengali Cinema, out June 23 on BLDG5 Records. Terracotta is another haunting, ethereal tune filled with shimmering, exotic atmosphere. It’s syrupy thick and post dubstep-y glitchy. Watch the video for Move On again below.

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