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Thank you Epitaph Records and Kings Road merch ! Love ya Joyce Manor ;)

Thank you Epitaph Records and Kings Road merch ! Love ya Joyce Manor ;)

— 14 hours ago with 2 notes
#Joyce manor  #never hungover again  #kins road merch  #epitaph records 

supersonicart:

Spenser Jordan Palmer, Recent Work.

Some recent work from Spenser Jordan Palmer, whose subject matter consists of enticing foods:

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I’ve never reblogged something so hard in my life

— 19 hours ago with 274 notes

jalex-pierced-veil:

mirahxox:

mellowmodesty:

wow this is fucking historic as fuck i can’t believe im seeing this

fucking love

"Okay, we’ve been serious for 10 seconds guys"

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#queen 

I don’t know what you tried to tell me
You know, I think about it still?

I got my shipping notice for this vinyl and im stoooooooookeeeeedddd

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— 2 days ago with 616 notes
#joyce manor  #never hunover again  #christmas card 
titlefight:

One week today, we play This Is Hardcore Fest in Philadelphia! Tickets are still available at www.thisishardcorefest.com

titlefight:

One week today, we play This Is Hardcore Fest in Philadelphia! Tickets are still available at www.thisishardcorefest.com

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ghostco:

A few months ago I was invited to take part in Gallery Nucleus’ exhibition “Like A Rolling Stone: A Rock & Roll Reflection”.
I grew up in a household where Dylan was seen as a religious figure, “White Light/White Heat” was (and still is) the coolest album ever made, Pink Floyd was actually a band made up of monsters, and The Residents’ “Birthday Boy” was sung at every family birthday. In high school I discovered Sonic Youth and German Krautrock, which eventually led me to The Stooges, MC5, The Dead Boys, and The Mummies. Then in college I looped all the way back around and fell in love with delta blues, appalachian folk, and early Rock n’ Roll. Rock n’ Roll has been part of my life since the day I was born, and like my father I want “Highway 61 Revisited” played at full volume at my funeral too. Dylan taught me to see, Iggy taught me to fight, Robert Plant taught me to fuck, and Neil Young taught me to give a shit. I wouldn’t be anywhere if it weren’t Rock n’ Roll. 
You can purchase very nice prints of my piece “Deliver Me From Nowhere” through the Gallery Nucleus Shop. 

ghostco:

A few months ago I was invited to take part in Gallery Nucleus’ exhibition “Like A Rolling Stone: A Rock & Roll Reflection”.

I grew up in a household where Dylan was seen as a religious figure, “White Light/White Heat” was (and still is) the coolest album ever made, Pink Floyd was actually a band made up of monsters, and The Residents’ “Birthday Boy” was sung at every family birthday. In high school I discovered Sonic Youth and German Krautrock, which eventually led me to The Stooges, MC5, The Dead Boys, and The Mummies. Then in college I looped all the way back around and fell in love with delta blues, appalachian folk, and early Rock n’ Roll. Rock n’ Roll has been part of my life since the day I was born, and like my father I want “Highway 61 Revisited” played at full volume at my funeral too. Dylan taught me to see, Iggy taught me to fight, Robert Plant taught me to fuck, and Neil Young taught me to give a shit. I wouldn’t be anywhere if it weren’t Rock n’ Roll. 

You can purchase very nice prints of my piece “Deliver Me From Nowhere” through the Gallery Nucleus Shop

— 2 days ago with 201 notes