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notbecauseofvictories:

I actually have a lot of really great gender-reversed covers that keep the pronouns the same.

this is my favorite of the male-covered ones.

"Live While We’re Young" (Stripper Remix) - One Direction (link, converter)

(Source: tomlins-tummy)

chazkeats:

Such Great Heights (The Postal Service cover), Iron and Wine.

(Source: hightidesss)

Burn by Ray LaMontagne

(Source: musical-blog)


YEAH, I’M HARDCORE →  Well, sort of — I mean; I like to think wearing leather jackets and my taste in music make me hardcore.

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YEAH, I’M HARDCORE →  Well, sort of — I mean; I like to think wearing leather jackets and my taste in music make me hardcore.

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chazkeats:

The Muse, Darren Criss.

thelovethatbreaks:

This Is The Last Time // The National

(Source: limitlessplaylist)

mrgolightly:

I’m emotional.

fbimom:

i want her - A mix for explicitly lesbian songs (because I’m tired of lesbian mixes filled with vague songs sung by girls)

1. jenny / studio killers 2. i want her / georgia harris 3. i’m not gonna teach your boyfriend how to dance with you / kate nash 4. girls/girls/boys / her electric fur 5. the girl / emma taylor 6. jezebel / sara garrison 7. sweater weather / kina grannis 8. i kissed a girl / katy perry 9. don’t do boys / elektra 10. dirty king / the cliks 11. ode to janey lou / foe 12. long brown hair / regina spektor

fbimom:

i want her - A mix for explicitly lesbian songs (because I’m tired of lesbian mixes filled with vague songs sung by girls)

1. jenny / studio killers 2. i want her / georgia harris 3. i’m not gonna teach your boyfriend how to dance with you / kate nash 4. girls/girls/boys / her electric fur 5. the girl / emma taylor 6. jezebel / sara garrison 7. sweater weather / kina grannis 8. i kissed a girl / katy perry 9. don’t do boys / elektra 10. dirty king / the cliks 11. ode to janey lou / foe 12. long brown hair / regina spektor

chazkeats:

You and Me, Penny & The Quarters.

(Source: nicoledollanganger)

Listen Up Boston - complete audio download

lizinprogress:

lizinprogress:

YOU GUYS. If I may toot my own horn, the audio I got of last night’s concert is mighty fine. Yes, of course, there’s crowd noise. But the songs come through nice and clear, and there’s no blaring moments of speaker overload. Considering I was just using VoiceMemo on my iPhone, not professional equipment with a direct connection to the soundboard, I’m pretty darn proud of it.

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Download individual tracks or a .zip of the whole shebang. Enjoy and reblog to your heart’s content, though I would appreciate a link/credit.

Please note: this is the entirety of Darren’s set, including all of the talking between songs. If you’re looking for the songs, only, you’ll have to look elsewhere or edit down the tracks yourself.

No album artwork yet, but I will keep my eye on the delightful glee-covers and will probably update the files when some art becomes available.


UPDATE: Gorgeous cover art posted at glee-covers. So pretty, I can’t decide which one to use! I have decided not to change the audio files, but check out the art and pick the one you like best!

A little self-reblog on the one-year anniversary of Listen Up: Boston!

God, that was a fun show.

joeydeangelis:

Zella Day
"1965"
ˆSweet Ophelia / 1965

i never had nobody touch me like i’m glass

gootie:

nyx-alexandra:

adamninelives:

grahamstarr:

The Clash helps some of their fans to sneak in before a concert.

this is how you do music right.

I love this so much. Like how stoked would you be if a band you loved helped you sneak into a big show of theirs?

I’ve heard this story before and love that they did this. Stop me if you heard this other one:
The Ramones were playing in England and before the show they were hanging out in the dressing room when someone tossed a stone at the window. They looked out to see some young punks who wanted to get into the show but didn’t have money for tickets. The Ramones reached down and pulled the guys up and got them in. Those young punks without tickets were to become The Clash.
Good to hear they kept it going.

thepulpzine:

Around the late ’70s is when hip hop culture started in the New York area. The rest of the world took notice as black and latino New Yorkers opened their eyes to a new types of art, knowledge, dance and most importantly- music. Rap music. Music that uses a MC’s rhyming prose over a DJ/producer’s instrumental of samples and beats. So, who better to introduce you to then Junglepussy, Dai Burger, Princess Nokia and Cakes Da Killa? Our four MCs that are making waves in the rap scene with their gritty, sexy and clever lyrics bringing all eyes back to the New York area.

 The Bus: Our Four Radical Rappers from the Origin  

by ChizzThe Pulp Zine

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