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Anonymous said: Bitte mehr von der "Hashtag konstruktiven Plattenkritik" ;-)

das sagst du doch nur wegen der unterhosenreferenz. 

oh man, nachdem ich das neue lamb album fast zu ende gehört hatte und als langweilig verbuchen wollte (“was is mit euch passiert? mir fehlt dieses verruchte in lou’s stimme und der bass und generell dieses warum-hab-ich-gänsehaut-und-wieso-ist-meine-unterhose-nass-gefühl. WAS IST DAS FÜR EIN SCHEIß?!”)- und dann haut das vorletzte lied nochmal so richig rein. gut gemacht.


remember when u were like 11 and the only thing u wanted was a lava lamp


Novosibirsk, Siberia, autumn 2014


Novosibirsk, Siberia, autumn 2014

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If painting aims to make every organ function as an eye, if it aims to make the very entrails see, and if music makes every organ and pore of the body function as an ear attuned to rhythm and melody, if, as Deleuze suggests, painting ever more deeply materializes the body while music spiritualizes it, this is because, through the various arts, the body is, for a moment at least, directly touched by the forces of chaos from which it so carefully shields itself in habit, cliché, and doxa, those movements of containment that render only predictable and preproduced sensations, not sensations that announce the future.
Elizabeth Grosz, “Chaos, Cosmos, Territory, Architecture in Chaos, Territory, Art. (via sequences)

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