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Doing as others told me, I was Blind.
Coming when others called me, I was Lost.
Then I left everyone, myself as well.
Then I found Everyone, Myself as well.
Oct 18, 2014
Oct 17, 2014

James Blake - Building It Still

Don’t overthink it. If you do, it can feel labored, and it should never be that way.
Oct 7, 2014

Another day, another dollar.
Oct 6, 2014 / 1,904 notes


Another day, another dollar.

I remember the quote. He gave it to Gilbert Millstein when Millstein was doing a profile on me in the New York Times. I didn’t understand it at the time. I fail to achieve any degree of understanding in the ensuing years which are three in number. I presume Herb means that inherently you cannot be commercial and artistic. You cannot be commercial and quality. You cannot be commercial concurrent with have a preoccupation with the level of storytelling that you want to achieve. And this I have to reject. I think you can be, I don’t think calling something commercial tags it with a kind of an odious suggestion that it stinks, that it’s something raunchy to be ashamed of. I don’t think if you say commercial means to be publicly acceptable, what’s wrong with that? The essence of my argument, Mike, is that as long as you are not ashamed of anything you write if you’re a writer, as long as you’re not ashamed of anything you perform if you’re an actor, and I’m not ashamed of doing a television series. I could have done probably thirty or forty film series over the past five years. I presume at least I’ve turned down that many with great guarantees of cash, with great guarantees of financial security, but I’ve turned them down because I didn’t like them. I did not think they were quality, and God knows they were commercial. But I think innate in what Herb says is the suggestion made by many people that you can’t have public acceptance and still be artistic. And, as I said, I have to reject that. - Rod Serling
Mike Wallace tunes up for 60 Minutes in this 1959 interview
Oct 6, 2014 / 1 note
“It’s easy to rush through life to get as much as you can as quickly as possible. We like to push ourselves to the limit, throw ourselves in the fire, and never think we’re never going to get burnt. But we do. Instead, think about the fact that you’re more than your job. You’re a multifaceted person. Slow down, breathe, and take the time to realize you can create your own happiness in your life, and that doesn’t just mean in your job.” - Amanda Slavin, CEO and Founder of Catalyst Creativ
Oct 6, 2014
Sep 29, 2014 / 58 notes


"When I Get My Hands on You" by The New Basement Tapes

"The New Basement Tapes was written and performed in creative collaboration by Elvis Costello, Rhiannon Giddens, Taylor Goldsmith, Jim James and Marcus Mumford. The artists and Burnett gathered in Capitol Studios in March to write and create music for a treasure trove of recently discovered lyrics handwritten by Bob Dylan in 1967 during the period that generated the recording of the legendary Basement Tapes."

Sep 29, 2014

Stream SBTRKT’s new album!

Listen to the whole album on SBTRKT’s website:

Sep 29, 2014

New music from Lorde!

She just released “Yellow Flicker Beat” for the new Hunger Games movie. It’s not her best work, IMO, but it’s still Lorde. Watch it here.

Sep 24, 2014 / 3 notes

Listen to: Damien Rice - I Don’t Want To Change You

OMG. How long have we been waiting for a follow-up album from Mr. Rice? It feels like forever. He did not disappoint, either. Produced by Rick Ruben, please give it a listen! How exciting