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Inka here.

I usually post and reblog movies, actors, music (edm, jazz, rock and sometimes indie too) and Japanese pop culture (music, anime, etc.)

Oh and a lot of that life-ruiner above.

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I just had to do it. Here’s my capsule mix! Listen + download here: www.soundcloud.com/lightvelocity/electro-capsule-mixtape #soundcloud #mixtape #mix #capsule #nakatayasutaka #koshijimatoshiko #electro #japanese #derp #electronic

kyarychan:

After that “Invader Invader” message I received a couple of days ago, I started thinking about other explicit tie-up references in Kyary’s songs. I’m sure a lot of Perfume fans are aware of this, but Nakata frequently throws in references to the products or services that he composes tie-up songs for, some of which are pretty clever (but most of the time, not subtle in the slightest).

Click “Read more” for a depressingly long list of the ones I managed to find in Kyary’s songs!

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duhdoydorothy:

unimpressed2chainz:

misscolletter:

7 Reasons Why You Should Be Listening To Macklemore If You Aren’t Already:
He’s sees himself as an artist, and is clearly changing the way people think about rap as an art form.
He’s a Seattle boy. ‘Nuff said.
Instead of rapping about ‘niggas’, ‘making it rain on strippers’, and ‘the thug life’, his songs talk about the struggle of being an independent artist, legalizing gay marriage, anti-consumerism, and overcoming an alcohol addiction.
When you listen to his songs, it sounds like he’s speaking to you. Not screaming or throwing around incessant slurs, but like he’s right there talking to you about his life. His raw vulnerability is overwhelming and powerful.
He’s a heartfelt and multidimensional performer, putting out tracks that are both serious (“Same Love”, “Neon Cathedral”, “Starting Over”) and fun (“Thrift Shop”, “And We Danced”).
He basically said ’screw it’ to the man and chose to handle the business side of his music the way that he wanted to. He ended up creating his own independent record label with his buddy Ryan Lewis, aka the super badass music producer that created the seriously sick beats on their album The Heist.
He is an inspiration to artists everywhere, and living proof that if you want to create your own work and are willing to work your butt off, you will succeed.

"Instead of rapping about ‘niggas’, ‘making it rain on strippers’, and ‘the thug life’, his songs talk about the struggle of being an independent artist, legalizing gay marriage, anti-consumerism, and overcoming an alcohol addiction." 

the subtext of every pro-macklemore article like this i’ve ever read is “i dont listen to any rap and have made up some elaborate ideas about what it is outside of macklemore.” i am fairly neutral toward this dude, since no one is forcing me to hear him, but every review i’ve seen is like HAVE YOU HEARD OF A RAPPER WHO IS NOT BEATING UP GAY PEOPLE?
CAN YOU IMAGINE A RAPPER WHO IS NOT ON A MAJOR LABEL?
THIS RAPPER IS NOT A GANGSTER, HE IS AN ARTIST, CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?
BREAKING NEWS: RAPPER WHO IS NOT MUGGING ME AS I WRITE THIS TERRIBLE REVIEW!!

duhdoydorothy:

unimpressed2chainz:

misscolletter:

7 Reasons Why You Should Be Listening To Macklemore If You Aren’t Already:

  1. He’s sees himself as an artist, and is clearly changing the way people think about rap as an art form.
  2. He’s a Seattle boy. ‘Nuff said.
  3. Instead of rapping about ‘niggas’, ‘making it rain on strippers’, and ‘the thug life’, his songs talk about the struggle of being an independent artist, legalizing gay marriage, anti-consumerism, and overcoming an alcohol addiction.
  4. When you listen to his songs, it sounds like he’s speaking to you. Not screaming or throwing around incessant slurs, but like he’s right there talking to you about his life. His raw vulnerability is overwhelming and powerful.
  5. He’s a heartfelt and multidimensional performer, putting out tracks that are both serious (“Same Love”, “Neon Cathedral”, “Starting Over”) and fun (“Thrift Shop”, “And We Danced”).
  6. He basically said ’screw it’ to the man and chose to handle the business side of his music the way that he wanted to. He ended up creating his own independent record label with his buddy Ryan Lewis, aka the super badass music producer that created the seriously sick beats on their album The Heist.
  7. He is an inspiration to artists everywhere, and living proof that if you want to create your own work and are willing to work your butt off, you will succeed.

"Instead of rapping about ‘niggas’, ‘making it rain on strippers’, and ‘the thug life’, his songs talk about the struggle of being an independent artist, legalizing gay marriage, anti-consumerism, and overcoming an alcohol addiction." 

the subtext of every pro-macklemore article like this i’ve ever read is “i dont listen to any rap and have made up some elaborate ideas about what it is outside of macklemore.” i am fairly neutral toward this dude, since no one is forcing me to hear him, but every review i’ve seen is like HAVE YOU HEARD OF A RAPPER WHO IS NOT BEATING UP GAY PEOPLE?

CAN YOU IMAGINE A RAPPER WHO IS NOT ON A MAJOR LABEL?

THIS RAPPER IS NOT A GANGSTER, HE IS AN ARTIST, CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?

BREAKING NEWS: RAPPER WHO IS NOT MUGGING ME AS I WRITE THIS TERRIBLE REVIEW!!

Joaquin Phoenix and Vince Vaughn, 1998.

(via shutupanddiehl)

d33-b33:

So much better gifs to post, but I’ll post them tomorrow night or on tuesday. Sorry for my absence y’all! 

new DP - oscars tested for gravity lol ok that was lame goodbye

inothernews:

Imagine Brad Pitt helping serve the food at your fucking pizza party.

(via misspissville)

Backstage Polaroids from the 71st Annual Golden Globes