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Blood On The Leaves — Kanye West

Coming Home from the Marshes

Platinum print, photo by Peter Henry Emerson, 1886

Lone lagoon

photo by 

Peter Henry Emerson  - 1895

  • Don Cherry, trumpet & vocals
  • Lester Bowie, trumpet
  • Marshall Allen, alto sax & percussion
  • John Gilmore, tenor sax & flute
  • Archie Shepp, tenor sax & vocals
  • Sun Ra, keyboard
  • Richard Davis, bass
  • Clifford Jarvis, drums
  • Philly Joe Jones, drums
  • Famoudou Don Moye, percussion 

Little George Sueref And The Blue Stars Featuring  Jimmy Thomas 

Tonight - See you there

TOKiMONSTA  + Anderson Paak  Los Angeles Avant Electro Hop


Anderson Paak

We’re meat—fragile and finite. But joy is survival.

VICE | Molly Crabapple, “We Must Risk Delight After a Summer Full of Monsters” (via rachael-maddux)

(via kadrey)



sultry slithering electrocuted pop  

Via: Dan Gillmor

Adding “Accessory Outlet” to the list of companies I’d never, ever do business with

Wolf Packs in Washington (as of March 2014)

I am following Emma Marris, science writer, she is preparing a book on wolves and shares stories and research  on Beacon.


I can’t recommend this album high enough. If you’re in Europe, it’s already out. If you’re in the UK, it comes out September 1st. If you’re in America…fuck, I have no idea. Pirate it and donate some money to them? Seriously, cases like these is why piracy is prevalent. Get your shit together, music industry.


Here is a side by side comparison of how The New York Times has profiled Michael Brown — an 18 year old black boy gunned down by police — and how they profiled Ted Bundy, one of the most prolific serial killers of all time. 

Source for Brown, Source for Bundy.

Spread this around Tumblr, this is a serious teaching moment and the lessons keep coming. I feel alot of love for the Brown family. The media has been despicable it deserves our anger and criticism. What if Michael was your son or brother?

(via faboomama)

Via wikipedia:

The Dahiya doctrine is a military strategy put forth by the Israeli general Gadi Eizenkot that pertains to asymmetric warfare in an urban setting, in which the army deliberately targets civilians. The doctrine is named after a southern suburb in Beirut with large apartment buildings which were flattened by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) during the2006 Lebanon War. Israel has been accused of implementing the strategy during the Gaza War.

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