stevie smiths

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Nearly finished my females of rock zine! There are so many more women I wanted to put into this but these are the ones who have influenced me the most. I’m really happy with how it’s turning out. The quotes are from Riot Grrrl and varying artists through the booklet. 

                   🍰   🐇 The Wonderland Play List 😺 🍄

          (Otherwise known as all my favorite Wonderland related songs) 

It’s just a small collection of Alice in Wonderland Related songs, I tried not to add too many songs from the Almost Alice soundtrack since most of you probably already know them. Let me know what you guys think, and message me if there’s anything you want to add! 

Muhammad Ali, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Floyd Red Crow Westerman, Harold Smith, Stevie Wonder & Marlon Brando at the concert at the end of the Longest Walk, a 3,600-mile protest march from San Francisco to Washington, D.C., in the name of the Native rights, 1978.

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“No two people on earth are alike, and it’s got to be that way in music or it isn’t music.” -Billie Holiday

Many of the greatest women in music history tend to get overlooked when there’s discussion of who’s the best or who’s ‘queen’ or who has the biggest influence. Without some of these performers, your fave probably wouldn’t be here.

Not only were these women pioneers artistically, but huge feminists who defied traditionally male-based genres with grace. And I think that’s pretty cool.

dreams unwind | 1970-1979 [Listen Here

1. ziggy stardust | david bowie // 2. rhiannon | fleetwood mac // 3. once i had a love (aka the disco song) | blondie // 4. police & thieves | the clash // 5. welcome to the machine | pink floyd // 6. all my love | led zeppelin // 7. trust me | janis joplin // 8. it’s too late | carole king // 9. starman | david bowie // 10. higher ground | stevie wonder // 11. because the night | patti smith // 12. killer queen | queen // 13. x offender | blondie // 14. hey you | pink floyd // 15. storms | fleetwood mac // 16. behind blue eyes | the who // 17. heart of gold | neil young // 

crushed: send me to the moon. launch a rocket into my eye. anything would be better than this.(x)

i hate myself for loving you - joan jett // boyfriend - best coast // every day - stevie nicks // a daydream away - all time low // love me already - black kids // closer - tegan and sara //  please do not go - violent femmes // maps - yeah yeah yeahs // why won’t you make up your mind - tame impala // sea of love - cat power // a little less sixteen candles, a little more “touch me” - fall out boy // monday morning - fleetwood mac // love will tear us apart - joy division // please please please let me get what i want - the smiths 

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Behind the scenes of The Stolen Earth / Journey’s End (Part 2 of 8)

Excerpts from Doctor Who Magazine #398, behind the scenes of The Stolen Earth/Journey’s End as reported by Benjamin Cook

Production on Doctor Who has ground to a halt.  Tools have been downed. Cameras abandoned. And for why? Because make-up artist Steve Smith has arrived on set, in the Nobles’ living room, carrying a mongrel puppy dog called Jack.  “What is it?” asks Bernard Cribbins.

“It’s a dog,” explains Steve.

“Well, I can see that.”

He belongs to the lady across the road.  “She just threw it at me,” explains Steve, “and said, Catherine would like to see Jack, wouldn’t she?”

“Oh, I do, I so do,” coos Catherine Tate, taking Jack in her arms.

“Can we get all puppies off set!” pleads Simon Morris, the First Assistant Director. But no one is listening.

“Aww, he still smells of his mother’s womb,” says Catherine, taking a sniff.

“That’s disgusting,” exclaims David Tennant.  “Just wait til he pees on you.”

“Nah, I couldn’t have a dog that’s smaller than a cat,” reasons Catherine. “He is lovely, though.”

“Tell people it’s a hamster,” suggests David.  Meanwhile, across the room, Phil Collinson is ripping up today’s shooting schedule.

Previous parts are available here:  
one ] [ three ] [ four ] [ five ] [ six ] [ seven ] [ eight ]
The rest of the behind-the-scenes photosets are available [ here ] 

heyyyy Readerly Folks, “backlisted” is probs the first book podcast i’ve really enjoyed– it is people talking about old books they think are enjoyable. i haven’t read a lot of them but now i likely will. you will also find a few of my favorites on there (jane gardam, stevie smith, nancy mitford, barbara comyns, etc)

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Power Of Women

Fun little playlist celebrating the voice of the amazing women from the world.

Featuring songs from Halsey, Marina and the Diamonds, Lana Del Rey, Joan Jett, Melanie Martinez, and many, many more amazing women

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Keeping the Tenth Doctor’s Hair in Top Form (Part Two of Two)

…with heartfelt thanks to Steve Smith for making sure the Tenth Doctor’s hair always looked so stunning!

Part one available [ here ]

I need more bands on my dash so if you reblog or like

Marilyn manson
Nine inch nails
Rammstein
Faith no more
The smiths
David Bowie
Placebo
Lindemann
Primus
Seether
Trivium
Stevie nicks
Fleetwood Mac
Queens of the stone age
Korn
Kmfdm
System of down
Muse
Avenged sevenfold
30 seconds to Mars
Radiohead
H.I.M


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I was looking through my draft and I forgot I didn’t post this, I’m sorry!! :(( 

Tagged by my lovely Kelly @i-like-shooting-walls, @britanniafork and @flyinyoursoup, thank you all so much <3

Put your music on shuffle and list the first 10 songs and tag 10 people.

1. Childish Gambino - Heartbeat
2. Nina Simone - I Put A Spell On You 
3. Rudimental - Not Giving In ft. John Newman & Alex Clare
4. Disclosure - Latch feat. Sam Smith
5. Stevie Wonder - Master Blaster
6. Placebo - Every You Every Me
7. The Weeknd - Starboy ft. Daft Punk
8. Beyoncé - Partition
9. ZHU - Faded
10. Queen Feat. David Bowie - Under Pressure

All of you have probably been tagged :O @coffeemaenad, @applegamir,  @rockyrants, @trans-oswald@erizee, @socktrollqueen, @writing-is-a-bitch, @bizarre-transmission, @baskervilleshund   <3