Hit the Bottom and Escape

thisblueboy:

Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (French, 1780-1867), Roger Freeing Angelica, 1819, Louvre Museum

thisblueboy:

Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (French, 1780-1867), Roger Freeing Angelica, 1819, Louvre Museum

Emilie Simon

good-reids:

Bel Amour - Emilie Simon

This song is fantastic.

PJ Harvet

—To Bring You My Love

idsettleforalifeinthisone:

Song used in StreetCar Named Desire

PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love

franceinter:

Un lion déguisé en bigorneau… Quand François Morel présente le Nicolus Sarkozus Agitatus.

Right now she is reading Virginia Woolf, all of Virginia Woolf, book by book. She is fascinated by the idea of a woman like that, a woman of such brilliance, such strangeness, such immeasurable sorrow; a woman who had genius but still filled her pockets with stone and waded out into a river.

Michael Cunningham, The Hours (via pre-raphaelites)

(Source: fewthistle, via pre-raphaelites)

happihome:

Radiohead, Let Down (Live,Early Version)

This goes out to my nephew and all those  who are obsessed with Radiohead.

The song’s lyrics are, Yorke said, “about that feeling that you get when you’re in transit but you’re not in control of it—you just go past thousands of places and thousands of people and you’re completely removed from it.”

 Commenting on one of the song’s lines, “Don’t get sentimental/It always ends up drivel”, Yorke said: “Sentimentality is being emotional for the sake of it. We’re bombarded with sentiment, people emoting. That’s the Let Down. Feeling every emotion is fake. Or rather every emotion is on the same plane whether it’s a car advert or a pop song.”

 Yorke felt that scepticism of emotion was characteristic ofGeneration X and said that it informed not just “Let Down” but the band’s approach to the whole album.(OK Computer)

(From Wik)