God how fucking perfect would it be if they managed to bring two deceased members of The Beatles back to life with amazing and inarguably ethical science and both of them are happy to be alive and nobody declares it an abomination. Everyone is happy. Their families are ecstatic, they are the chosen two for a modern miracle and the resulting joy of Paul and Ringo’s old friends returning inspires the band to reunite. They have successful jam sessions together - it’s like no time has passed at all and the dynamic is as good as it ever was. The world is ready for another record from The Beatles, and we all stand on the precipice of a new golden age of music.
And the first thing the band does in the studio is collaborate with Skrillex
ALL YOU NEED IS WUB WUB WUB
You probably have pretty dense definitions of both genres in mind then; You’re looking at it from a consumer/culture standpoint, and not actually the sound of the music.
Essentially pop-punk lyrically, content and pacing-wise is the same thing you would expect from punk music, but the overall sound is more “put together” instrumentally and clean vocally than classic punk music -that would lean more toward stripped down instrumentals and harsh vocals.-
Not really. I like some dubstep, but usually it’s becuase it’s either funny, or a remix of an already good song. There is only so much you can do with that wubwubwub sound before it gets old.
I like other electronic music though: Ambient, Trance, some Drum and Bass. Jon Hopkins and Four Tet in particular.
I’m a big fan of classic rock, classic punk, pop/post punk and indie rock.
I also dabble in folk, reggae, very specific sorts of rap and R&B. But It’s not something I listen to daily.
apparently i’m a slave 4 u is not an appropriate song to put on a powerpoint about the 13th amendment
dreams coming true.
they reblogged me.
When Humbert Humbert finally shoots Quilty,
Instead of seeing Quilty being shot and killed directly; he’s shot though a painting of a young woman that he crawls behind.
The final shot is deviled right into the woman’s face
Humbert unconsciously blamed and wanted to harm Lolita, not Quilty.
Oh my god Kubrick, why are you so clever.
Lolita slinks around Humbert’s desk and leans across him
“Don’t tell mother… but I ate your bacon”
I don’t want to talk to him for once.
I want him to talk to me.
The way it’s going I honestly don’t think he will.
He doesn’t even have the will to make the effort of a friendly hello.
I wonder if I say nothing, if he’ll ever bother trying.
I feel like he won’t unless he has some other reasoning.
I wish I could be over him.
Cousin Sarah: Loves George Takei. Says he’s brilliant…Likes a page sating that people of his sexual orientation should be allowed to legally marry.
Cousin Anna: Wants to vastly lower taxes. (A few Facebook posts later) Wants more funding for her kids public schooling.
Aunt Debbie: Copy-Pasted Caps-lock political-rant spam everywhere.
- Dominos Pizza: 1-(734) 930-3030
- Papa John's: 1-(877)-547-7272
- Pizza Hut: 1-(800)-948-8488
For my final I’m writing a Gender Criticism/Analysis of Stanley Kubrick’s Lolita.
Time for another rousing game of ‘Katelynn makes her professors uncomfortable.’
I was explaining to my prof while I discussed my outline that I hadn’t seen the film in years, and when he ask when and how I had come across it I explained that I had read a bunch of classic novels between 8th and 10th grade and watched the films for several of them including Lolita. Apparently it’s really weird that I read and watched Lolita at 15.
Right now I’m a just film student and this semester has been my first real experience with audio production, also I don’t have a smart phone, so I’m not familiar with that app. It seems like it just allows you to log note about certain settings you’ve used. But it looks like it’s only five dollars though, so why not take a chance on it?
There is SO MUCH TO DO.
I’m going to die.