Sometimes, life hits you with things that are best coped with by being all sad and looking at the window.
Belle and Sebastian
The ideal soundtrack for staying in alone and doing you all day, or for leisurely, we’re-not-going-anywhere-anytime-soon, snowed-in sex.
But honestly, most of the people I naturally end up befriending are so unhip that they don’t even get the significance of art school or New York. In short, I am not cool.
1. Brand New – “Play Crack The Sky” (2003) “Calm me and let me taste the salt you breathed while you were underneath” The final track off of the Long Island foursome’s second album “Deja Entendu.” This acoustic song is…
I talked with Josh Radnor, who you’ve probably followed as Ted Mosby for almost a decade, about the final episodes of the show, which member would survive the zombie apocalypse, and what on earth ever happened with that pineapple.
What came first, the music or the misery?
Whiny though they may be, we need to understand that Disney Princesses are mostly just teenagers going through a really tough time. They’re angsty, they’re either fighting with their mothers or they don’t have a mother, they are at odds with their changing bodies, and they’re probably just getting their periods (which must be super tough when you’re a mermaid).
They are also collaborating on designing a massive “womb-shaped” set surrounding (“engulfing,” per Björk’s representatives) the audience as well as an otherworldly, yet funky, light show.
I genuinely can’t wait to see how my life turns out, where I’ll end up moving after graduate school, what I’ll be doing, if I ever get to publish a book.
I enjoy hearing Morrissey talk more than I can stand him singing, and that’s only when he isn’t offended by a ham on rye.