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    Still one of the best albums around! #santogold #santigold #creator #music #tunesday

    Still one of the best albums around! #santogold #santigold #creator #music #tunesday

    — 1 week ago
    #music  #tunesday  #santigold  #santogold  #creator 
    Can’t stop listening to Hercvles & Love Affair! #music #tunesday #hercvlues #loveaffair

    Can’t stop listening to Hercvles & Love Affair! #music #tunesday #hercvlues #loveaffair

    — 1 week ago
    #tunesday  #music  #loveaffair  #hercvlues 
    Got this little beauty in the post this morning! Thanks @sertonemusic #flyhighsociety #sertone #music #cassettetape

    Got this little beauty in the post this morning! Thanks @sertonemusic #flyhighsociety #sertone #music #cassettetape

    — 2 weeks ago with 1 note
    #cassettetape  #sertone  #music  #flyhighsociety 
    Pick up issue number 2 of Fusion magazine today! Only €2! #fusion #magazine #limerick

    Pick up issue number 2 of Fusion magazine today! Only €2! #fusion #magazine #limerick

    — 2 weeks ago
    #fusion  #magazine  #limerick 
    @fox_jaw on stage now! #foxjaw #music #limerick #dolans #ghostsparade

    @fox_jaw on stage now! #foxjaw #music #limerick #dolans #ghostsparade

    — 3 weeks ago
    #dolans  #limerick  #ghostsparade  #music  #foxjaw 
    Franken-piano! #foxjaw #dolans #limerick #music #nofilter

    Franken-piano! #foxjaw #dolans #limerick #music #nofilter

    — 3 weeks ago
    #dolans  #limerick  #nofilter  #music  #foxjaw 
    The Mighty Stef #dolans #limerick #music

    The Mighty Stef #dolans #limerick #music

    — 3 weeks ago with 1 note
    #dolans  #limerick  #music 
    The Hip-neck Blues Collective on stage #hipneck #blues #collective #music #limerick #dolans

    The Hip-neck Blues Collective on stage #hipneck #blues #collective #music #limerick #dolans

    — 3 weeks ago
    #collective  #music  #hipneck  #dolans  #blues  #limerick 

    apeloeh:

     

    Richard Mosse’s “Infra” series, shot in 16mm infrared film, captures images of the ongoing conflict between rebel militants and the Congolese national army.

    "I wanted to confront this military reconnaissance technology, to use it reflexively in order to question the ways in which war photography is constructed."

    Saw this exhibition some months back. It definitely stayed with me. Amazing and intense all at the same time.

    (via dublindoll)

    — 1 month ago with 743 notes
    Just over a year ago I started the track to healthy eating and just in January I started going to Trx with @ericjfit10! What a difference  a year makes! 💪😊

    Just over a year ago I started the track to healthy eating and just in January I started going to Trx with @ericjfit10! What a difference a year makes! 💪😊

    — 1 month ago
    Love for the 061! #art #limerick #rapid

    Love for the 061! #art #limerick #rapid

    — 1 month ago with 1 note
    #limerick  #rapid  #art 
    @insomniandrea we’re so cool!! #millhouse #cool

    @insomniandrea we’re so cool!! #millhouse #cool

    — 1 month ago
    #cool  #millhouse 
    Club Tropicana has to be one of the best songs ever #wham #clubtropicana #dranks 🌴🍍

    Club Tropicana has to be one of the best songs ever #wham #clubtropicana #dranks 🌴🍍

    — 1 month ago
    #wham  #clubtropicana  #dranks 
    Got spoilt tonight by my HMV family! Thanks guys! Going to miss ye! 💙🙊😘 #hmv #werk

    Got spoilt tonight by my HMV family! Thanks guys! Going to miss ye! 💙🙊😘 #hmv #werk

    — 1 month ago
    #werk  #hmv 
    perfectmidnightworld:

How “Empire Records” Became the Unlikely Film of a Generation // by: Anne Helen Petersen
If you were a teenager in the 90’s (or hell, have been one since the 90’s), you’re surely aware of the cult-classic “Empire Records”. It certainly captured a moment in time, that sadly is long since passed, but as a film it still holds up. Sure, the characters are a little archetypical of the mid-90s, Generation X mold, but like Breakfast Club and Pretty in Pink before it, the film speaks to larger themes of the time - which is why teenagers are still discovering it today despite the majority of which having never had the good fortune of spending hours and hours inside of a record store - making friends, connections, and discovering new music the old fashioned way. 
I only bring any of this up, as the film was a constant in my high school days - always somewhere in the mess of CDs, VHS tapes, and music magazines that littered my bedroom. And like any old favorite, I eventually grew up and discovered new tastes that were nurtured in new ways thanks to the growth of the digital media age. Now, “Empire Records” is no flawless film. It’s not going to stand up to the works of the Paul Thomas Andersons and David Finchers of the world, but it still holds a special place in my heart, and even as I see it these days as a bittersweet reminder of a special time that no longer exists, I still can’t help but tune in whenever I catch it on cable. 
Of course, this is all just intro service to a really wonderful article by Anne Helen Petersen, over at Buzzfeed, that acts as a sort of oral history and analysis of the film’s ability to appeal to a demographic that was barely alive when the film was first released 19 years ago. It’s a fantastic bit of writing, and an excellent way to spend a little free time. Check it out HERE. 

    perfectmidnightworld:

    How “Empire Records” Became the Unlikely Film of a Generation // by: Anne Helen Petersen

    If you were a teenager in the 90’s (or hell, have been one since the 90’s), you’re surely aware of the cult-classic “Empire Records”. It certainly captured a moment in time, that sadly is long since passed, but as a film it still holds up. Sure, the characters are a little archetypical of the mid-90s, Generation X mold, but like Breakfast Club and Pretty in Pink before it, the film speaks to larger themes of the time - which is why teenagers are still discovering it today despite the majority of which having never had the good fortune of spending hours and hours inside of a record store - making friends, connections, and discovering new music the old fashioned way. 

    I only bring any of this up, as the film was a constant in my high school days - always somewhere in the mess of CDs, VHS tapes, and music magazines that littered my bedroom. And like any old favorite, I eventually grew up and discovered new tastes that were nurtured in new ways thanks to the growth of the digital media age. Now, “Empire Records” is no flawless film. It’s not going to stand up to the works of the Paul Thomas Andersons and David Finchers of the world, but it still holds a special place in my heart, and even as I see it these days as a bittersweet reminder of a special time that no longer exists, I still can’t help but tune in whenever I catch it on cable. 

    Of course, this is all just intro service to a really wonderful article by Anne Helen Petersen, over at Buzzfeed, that acts as a sort of oral history and analysis of the film’s ability to appeal to a demographic that was barely alive when the film was first released 19 years ago. It’s a fantastic bit of writing, and an excellent way to spend a little free time. Check it out HERE

    — 1 month ago with 20 notes