Broken Fractals

what has been your favourite city you've played in?

anxiouslifeoftyler:

fromindianlakes:

I dont think i have a favorite. Instead ill talk about my love of chocolate for a moment.

Im not sure when it first came about, but these days i just cant seem to get through a day without going into my stash and picking out a little bit of dark chocolate to nibble on. My mom has always been that way as well, and i always thought it was silly. Now i see that she was truly in touch with the earth and its most ancient of secrets.

I dont like milk chocolate though. I mean, ill tolerate it, but i wont enjoy it that much.

Thanks for the question!

Same about the milk chocolate. I tolerate it as to not be harassed by all the fucking chocolate amateurs in the world.

Homeboy Tyler on point as usual hahahahah^

what has been your favourite city you've played in?

fromindianlakes:

I dont think i have a favorite. Instead ill talk about my love of chocolate for a moment.

Im not sure when it first came about, but these days i just cant seem to get through a day without going into my stash and picking out a little bit of dark chocolate to nibble on. My mom has always been that way as well, and i always thought it was silly. Now i see that she was truly in touch with the earth and its most ancient of secrets.

I dont like milk chocolate though. I mean, ill tolerate it, but i wont enjoy it that much.

Thanks for the question!

Pianos Become the Teeth | Late Lives

greatplainselkies:

Yvette Young.

I’m just freaking out a little bit. This is such a beautiful song and it is played SO EXPERTLY! I cannot stop listening to this. I’m afraid of wearing it out.

This is the guitar part for a song that her band Covet is doing. I don’t know if she writes, but it she does, a billion more kudos.

On a side note; she is also GORGEOUS. I think I have ‘guitar goggles’ on, but hot damn.

^ Everything they said. Also I have about 60 seconds of Nautalis down and I’m gonna try to learn the rest soon and put up a video!!

leahdeephotos:

Is there light at the end of the tunnel?

leahdeephotos:

Is there light at the end of the tunnel?

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enochliew:

Mona Pavilions by Fender Katsalidis Architects

Bold, diamond shaped steel frames anchored to the ground by large, off form concrete blades. Weathered timber clad boxes to the rear slip between these steel structures.

(Source: fkaustralia.com, via based-ferret)