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I'm the typical 20 years young skinny musical nerd guy who's inclined to experimental/strange music. The Killers is my fav band, but I also do really love Radiohead, The Chemical Brothers, Beck, Björk, NIN, The Ting Tings, Kraftwerk, Depeche Mode, Animal Collective and Crystal Castles.

I run a music news blog called Music Non-Stop since Jan 2012. Sometimes I write reviews about records/music news there. Or I used to, before college sucked all my free time.

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The original TARDIS crew.



(via what-is-this-i-dont-even)


what if i was cool

oh wait

i am


(via lukeisnotsexy)


Actually really good career advice from a laughing homicidal madman.

(via emmablackery)

Chartnok - Mouse On Mars

Fuck whoever says that Varcharz isn’t the best MoM album.



I just want to apologize to Mike’s mom, Josh’s mom, and my mom. And I’m sorry to everyone. I was very naive. I am so so sorry for everything that has happened. Because in spite of what Mike says now, it is my fault. Because it was my project and I insisted. I insisted on everything. I insisted that we weren’t lost. I insisted that we keep going. I insisted that we walk south. Everything had to be my way. And this is where we’ve ended up and it’s all because of me that we’re here now - hungry, cold, and hunted. I love you mom, dad. I am so sorry. What is that? I’m scared to close my eyes, I’m scared to open them! We’re gonna die out here!

The Blair Witch Project (1999) director Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez

if u hate this film i’m sorry we can’t be friends

at level two, there’s no more cursing. 

"Mother fathers", I’m gonna use this from now on.

(via thom-yorke)

I don’t know just where you came from, but I need you now (oh girl)

Moffat’s Women - Amy Pond

Amy Pond is an incredibly layered, wonderful, and flawed character. She is brave and independent, she is scared of abandonment and commitment, she is rude and yet compassionate. She has a knack for creative problem-solving and can make connections other people can’t, whether it is realising the truth about the star whale or figuring out how to defeat the Weeping Angel.

She has had a difficult life, but Amy is always changing and growing, as she holds onto the contradictory pieces that make up her own histoy. We watch her learn to love and to trust. We see her struggling with keeping up with both her travels with the Doctor and the normal life she comes to value. She experiences joy and loss and she just lives, passionately.

What is so exceptional about Amy’s ending isn’t that she chooses Rory; she likely would have made the same choice two seasons earlier. But for the first time it feels like a decision that she can be happy with. Because she no longer is “the girl who waited” - and the Doctor didn’t keep her from growing up, he just became part of her story to get there.

And people DARE to say Moffat doesn’t know how to write women.

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