I can’t be the only one hype for this. GIRLS GENERATION. YEAAAAHHH. Don’t tell anyone I <3 them, that’s my open secret that I don’t want out in the open.

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    I just read this. Very inspiring book. R.I.P. to author Dan Sicko.

    I just read this. Very inspiring book. R.I.P. to author Dan Sicko.

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    So you think you suck with all those VSTs and your phat and expensive NS-10s? Well guess what? Steve Reich beat you using just his hands.

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    All these kids…

    can now pick up a really bad computer by today’s standards and make music. they can also learn stuff on youtube. when i was starting i didn’t have any of that, wish i was a kid today!

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    My remix. :-)

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    If you don’t like this, you have bad taste in music. The universe says so.

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    postdubstep:

    Is Dubstep Replacing Indie?
    Read Hipster Run Off’s take on that topic here.  

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    postdubstep:

    James Blake On Brostep
    I think the dubstep that has come over to the US, and certain producers— who I can’t even be bothered naming— have definitely hit upon a sort of frat-boy market where there’s this macho-ism being reflected in the sounds and the way the music makes you feel. And to me, that is a million miles away from where dubstep started. It’s a million miles away from the ethos of it. It’s been influenced so much by electro and rave, into who can make the dirtiest, filthiest bass sound, almost like a pissing competition, and that’s not really necessary. And I just think that largely that is not going to appeal to women. I find that whole side of things to be pretty frustrating, because that is a direct misrepresentation of the sound as far as I’m concerned.
    (via Pitchfork

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    LOOK I FOUND HER

    LOOK I FOUND HER. DAMN. RED COAT. LOOK I FOUND HER. DAMN.

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