"These people think I really give a fuck about the shit they give a fuck about."
Isiah Rashad, Heavenly Father
graziiaa:

M.I.A.

For years


"I’d drive my car off of the bridge
If I knew that you weren’t inside
Put the pedal to the floor, who could ask for more
A fantastic way to kill some time"
Handcuffs, Brand New
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As if you care… right?
Well with Fall coming, a lot of my friends have graduate college and find this time to be one of transition. So like in many moments of extreme uncertainty, music is the universal buffer. The one constant that no matter will always be welcomed and enjoyed. With the weather making me feel some type of way and work swamping my every moment, I compiled a playlist I love in iTunes. But I wanted to take a jab at sharing that list with you all.
A lot of older things, it’s my Something Slightly Indie playlist. A 12 song mixtape of indie and rock offerings that should do well for any moves. With a tone that fluctuates from slow, fast then back to slow, I think it can be enjoyed by us all.  I really see this as an experiment in the effectual, if people really give one about what i have to say or what I am doing. So I hope those of you that partake enjoy.
Tracklist:
Indie Rokkers - MGMTIf Only - Queens Of The Stone AgeThis Charming Man - The SmithsTripoli - PinbackRollercoaster Ride - Whitest Boy AliveBlue Light (Engineers Anti Gravity Mix) - Bloc PartyNaive - The KooksMunich - The EditorsIf Ever I Feel Better (Remix)No One’s Ever Gonna Love You - Band of HorsesSatellite - GusterCosmic Love - Florence and The Machine 
 DOWNLOAD
P.S. might need to do some editing in iTunes… my bad.
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"I love you in the morning… when you’re still hungover"
Bloc party, Sunday


"Yeah you’re beautiful, but you don’t mean a thing to me."
Death Cab For Cutie, Tiny Vessels


"To die by your side, well, the pleasure, the privilege is mine."
There’s A Light That Never Goes Out, The Smiths
tacmag:

TAC Magazine Issue 1
It is finally released to you all, the masses. This has been a labor of love and a test to patience, efficiency, trust, and above all desire. Times are changing and that’s why the title reads as it does. The world is a work of art and the people that contribute to it range far and wide outside the scope of the general media and the publicity machine that keeps these people going. So we here at TAC Magazine want to give light to those that work tirelessly to further their respective genres by offering works of art time and time again. 
We care not for fame or notoriety on our part. The true test is what we can make of the people we find interesting enough to feature. If they can reach certain kind of pinnacle because of the few pages we dedicated to their story, that is the true testament of our effort.
With that we offer you Issue 1 of TAC magazine for FREE. Please take time out to just see what it is we have to offer. With interviews from Feline Zegers, Kawan Jones, and others, we think that if nothing else, reading first hand what drives these individuals or inspires them to be, well, great. Thank you for giving us a reason to even do this.
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"Heart is in the right place brain is in the dirt…"
MGMT, Indie Rokkers
deep in thought…

In my own deep reflection and interpretation of the song ‘Jezebel’ by Iron and Wine, I see a deeply saddening and disturbing tale about a man losing the love of his life and a town losing the light of there community to some heinous act of some sick men.


[edit] courtesy of the stray








Finally…

Mansions on the Moon finished creating Lightyears

what a treat to my ears



"Darker by Doves makes me feel like a badass"
Public Service Announcement

Cults is AWESOME!

Now back to your regularly schedule lives…