help me, i’m just not quite myself

bequickdear:

MGMT in Marseille, 6/20/2014

motherfuckincornerstone:

Arctic Monkeys @ Bonnaroo

adia here!

hey hey hey everyone,

it’s adia aka tumblr user tryinghorizon, and I’m taking over for valensee while she’s on hiatus. she’ll be back soon, she’s just taking a break to focus on other stuff this summer. in the mean time, i’ll be managing her account for her. follow my main blog which I’ll probably be more active on. valensee and i like the same stuff more or less so i encourage you to check it out. I’m around most of the time - leave me a message if you have any questions, I’ll try to answer them…. thanks (& wish me luck)!! :)

zestroked:

hey ya’ll look at this picture i took on friday at gov ball 

That’s the thing about the Strokes. We always want them to be something more than they probably are. These dudes […] were The Band Here To Save Rock ‘N’ Roll from the get-go. In one of the greatest smartass moves ever pulled, they famously named their debut album Is This It as a way to own the hype. People have always loved the Strokes—some of whom have probably never even heard a Strokes song. The Strokes are rock ‘n’ roll, whatever we perceive to be “rock ‘n’ roll.” Is This It is widely-considered to be one of the greatest records of all time. But last night (no pun intended) was the first time I’ve ever seen them perform live, and it was everything. - Noisey

Yet, while the Strokes are undoubtedly for lovers, they’re also for rockers at heart; it took all my restraint not to toss my camera gear aside and charge into one of the many mosh pits that erupted during the show-closing adrenaline shot of “Last Nite” and the walloping one-punch encore “New York City Cops”. What a splendid homage to this city by one of its most stellar contemporary acts. - Consequence of Sound

The Strokes were greeted like kings when they walked onstage on Saturday evening for their first New York City show in three years. […] Blasted from the main-stage speakers, latter-day cuts like “One Way Trigger” and “Machu Picchu” felt very much akin to such well-worn standards as “Hard to Explain” and “Reptilia,” as if the second half of the Strokes’ career has been thought-out much more than anyone believed previously. Their performance was a master class in the victory lap, done with ease in front of thousands of devotees. - Spin

stjustice:

sorryidontswim:

This is the only video I took look at nick

this made me fcymcing CRY FUCK

alexcarapetis:

how can one single man have so much Swag

bowielegged:

boys…i have a hint 4 u: black skinny jeans

fohk:

We are not Groupies. Groupies sleep with rockstars because they want to be near someone famous. We are here because of the music, we inspire the music”

Almost Famous (2000)
Cameron Crowe

Vampire Weekend at the Outer Harbour

whatismgmt:

Wow so cute

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