leap day playlist

parov stelar “matilda”  “girls are assholes”


penguin prison “golden train” haven’t stopped raving about this concert since december

holy ghost! “say my name” favorite band. period. download this song free here


what are you doing tonight?

The premise is simple. Go to different areas of the city and ask people: What are you doing tonight?” (via ANIMAL)

my favorite one is staten island, although my favorite person is the old lady from christopher street. i love new york.

christopher street:

staten island: 


beer of the day

bourbon barrel aged bronx pale ale

bronx brewery

(rumor has it that they are going to brew an IPA and call it pelham bay IPA)

february playlist

reptar “sebastian” one of my favorite bands. this is their new single off their upcoming album

miami horror “i look to you (featuring kimbra)” is it friday yet?!


cold war kids “mine is yours (passion pit remix)” there is a special place in my heart for one indie darling remixing another. better than the original.

mrow mrow monday

sometimes i’m baffled by what you can find on the internet these days. there is a tumblr dedicated to this cat wearing clothes. terrifying!

luna the fashion kitty

february playlist

hooray for earth “true loves” 

the hood internet: whitney houston x chromeo “when the night knows”

deerhunter “revival” 

hand painted type

Hand painted type by Indian street painters.

“HandpaintedType is a project that is dedicated to preserving the typographic practice of street painters around India. The project involves documenting the typefaces of road side painters across India and digitizing it so that it serves as a resource for present and future generations.” -(via handpainted type)

best. toy. ever.

hasbro lazer tag for iphone. 24 people can play at once!

book of the day

“love goes to buildings on fire: 5 years in new york that changed music forever”

book synopsis (via amazon)

“crime was everywhere, the government was broke, and the city’s infrastructure was collapsing. but rent was cheap, and the possibilities for musical exploration were limitless… from New Year’s Day 1973 to New Year’s Eve 1977, the book moves panoramically from post-Dylan Greenwich Village, to the arson-scarred South Bronx barrios where salsa and hip-hop were created, to the Lower Manhattan lofts where jazz and classical music were reimagined, to ramshackle clubs like CBGBs and The Gallery, where rock and dance music were hot-wired for a new generation…”

excellent read for any music snob. support your local bookstores!

the original fleabag

the original fleabag

yes. please. thank you.

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