blakecooper:

‘Like’ does not properly convey how I feel about this.

thedailywhat:

Triple Threat of the Day: David Lynch: Writer, director… pop star?

The LA Times’ Pop & Hiss reports:

Last heard on 2009’s “Dark Night of the Soul,” a collaboration with producer Danger Mouse and the late psychedelic roots artist Mark Linkous (Sparklehorse), the Los Angeles-based artist has released a pair of songs exclusively to iTunes. The tracks — “Good Day Today” and “I Know” — couldn’t be more different. “Good Day Today” is a trancey electronic cut, while “I Know” goes for a more spooked, atmospheric rock feel.

Lynch has signed with British indie Sunday Best, a label run by DJ  Rob da Bank. The songs were recorded with engineer Dean Hurley, who has worked with Lynch on many of his films. Lynch says the goal is to release a full-length album of original music.

“Good Day Today” is above. “I Know” is here.

[music-mix.]

(Source: thedailywhat)

Another M.I.A. gif music video.

Another trippy M.I.A. video (this one for /\/\/\Y/\ opener “The Message”).

Another M.I.A. meme-ish web video, this one for an unreleased track with Diplo.

M.I.A.’s new Captcha-inspired music video for “Story to Be Told.”

"XXXO," by M.I.A.

I have watched this a dozen times in the last two weeks. I think it might be brilliant. 

(via learningtoloveyoumore)

"Round the Moon," by Summer Camp
Young EP is available September 6th on Moshi Moshi

Jeff Mangum, “Oh, Comely”
Live at the benefit for Chris Knox, 2010.05.06 

fortruthisalwaysstrange:

itsalrightma:

-opmuh:

Best. Song. Ever.

seal why are you making songs for batman movies?

No reblog explanation necessary.