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here it is.   NEW MUSIC.  like. reblog. share.  thankyou.
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/anchor-down-single/id900133411?ls=1

heyoutasight:

here it is.   NEW MUSIC.  like. reblog. share.  thankyou.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/anchor-down-single/id900133411?ls=1

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Video trailer. “Anchor Down”. Midnight.

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Monday at Midnight.  First single, “Anchor Down”.  iTunes.

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Monday at Midnight.  First single, “Anchor Down”.  iTunes.

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New album. New music. New logo. More news coming tomorrow.

heyoutasight:

New album. New music. New logo. More news coming tomorrow.

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You’d never guess that from meeting her, though. She talks like a true child of L.A. — the “bro”s and “dude”s flow freely, without affectation — and her go-to traveling costume is a vintage Adidas track suit, Adidas shell-top sneakers and, on the day I first met her, hot-pink lipstick and oversize sunglasses. She lives with her longtime boyfriend and collaborator, the musician Johnathan Rice, up a long canyon road in the hills that separate the San Fernando Valley from downtown Los Angeles. Her house (called “Mint Chip” for its brown-and-light-green exterior) is set into the hillside, looking out over a ravine. There is a rehearsal space with a drum kit, a P.A. and some vintage gear, an old piano in the living room and a vinyl edition of James Taylor’s “Sweet Baby James” propped up beside the fireplace. Beyond the small pool in the back yard there’s a windowed gazebo that Rice uses as his songwriting space. Whatever you are imagining of the California light and the laid-back lifestyle: yes.

- The Jenny Lewis Experience

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THE VINTAGE / Young Sean Penn. 

THE VINTAGE / Young Sean Penn. 

JUST FOR KICKS / Adidas Y-3 Qasa High - Black / White.

JUST FOR KICKS / Adidas Y-3 Qasa High - Black / White.

CRUSHIN / Candice Swanepoel

CRUSHIN / Candice Swanepoel

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NIELLY FRANCOISE
Party Pac. 

Party Pac. 

Nostalgia isn’t the worst narcotic, but it used to feed a different vein. It was both generational and individual, a distillation of personal experience as unrecoverable as blushing youth. When F. Scott Fitzgerald, the dewiest prose lyricist of the Jazz Age, peered back at the reckless abandon and champagne fizz of the 20s through the clouded curtains of the Depression-era 30s, he elegized himself, Zelda, and the rest of his strewn generation for who they were and what they did. Sixties nostalgia operated that way too, the pang of regret over who so many of them were (rebels, hippies, wanderers, crusaders) and what they became (reactionaries, office drones, commuters, cynics). In our media-saturated age, when every couch potato is king, this mode of nostalgia no longer applies. It isn’t about who we aspired to be as fledglings leaving the nest—full of hopes and dreams and boogying hormones—but about what we watched, played, listened to, downloaded, and identified with as junior consumers. Before the Web became our neural extension, when print and celluloid held reign, the passage of time and the discrimination of critics and enthusiasts winnowed away the flotsam and jetsam of the past, allowing its true achievements and revelatory visions (even those unheralded or derided at the time) to surface and radiate. The Internet, however, is an inexhaustible suction pump that indiscriminately dredges up the dreck along with the sunken pearls. Search engines are scouring devices, algorithms have no taste buds, and monster Web-site aggregators such as BuzzFeed—which one writer called the Hellmouth of 90s nostalgifying, with its inane quizzes (“Which ‘Dawson’s Creek’ Character Are You?”) and dipstick listicles (“32 Reasons Christmas Was Better in the ’90s”)—are to curating what hoarders are to connoisseurship.

- James Wolcott
WHERE TO STAY / The Sleepbox
Available for rent or as a hotel. 

WHERE TO STAY / The Sleepbox

Available for rent or as a hotel. 

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