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Exclusive: Lianne La Havas – Don’t Wake Me Up →

ou may remember we featured Lianne La Havas in Issue Two of Hunger Magazine back in early 2012. But a lot’s changed since then. Not only has the soulstress grown into her incredible talent even more, but she’s grown into her style – evolving into a vampy fashion conscious starlet,

— 8 months ago

girlgotmuscle:

iridessence:

heylookitsliz:

elizabeth-antoinette:

ikenbot:

freeselfdefense:

Rape Escape

  • Easy and very effective
  • Requires nothing but your body
  • Includes attack

Very useful to know, pass and share please.

Worth watching

I don’t mean to impose a personal favour on you guys, but I really would like to ask that everyone who follows me reblog this. 

I don’t think I made it very clear but last month I was sexually assaulted by someone who I thought was my friend (I don’t want to talk about it don’t ask), and it’s… really fucked with my head. 

Had I known this a month ago I would have been able to get away

So, essentially, I’m really pleading with you to reblog this so everyone who follows you doesn’t get stuck in the same position I was with no way out. 

I mean again I don’t want the point of this to be my sob story or whatever but if you could reblog this it would seriously mean a lot 

Please reblog.

Reblogging to watch later

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— 10 months ago with 462234 notes
Alec Empire: Restart the Riot

jamesglazebrook:

May 1st 1999: Atari Teenage Riot are arrested for “inciting violence” after an open-air performance at an anti-NATO demonstration leads to clashes with the police.

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— 1 year ago with 17 notes
tenthousandanimalcalls:

002 EP AVAILABLE FOR FREE DOWNLOAD NOW
www.davidianmusic.bandcamp.com
It’s here! Available today, my second EP! Completely free to download, no email addresses or information required. Just two clicks. 6 new tracks produced entirely by myself using my own equipment over the last half a year! I’m really proud of this one and I hope you enjoy it!
Reblogs help get the word out!
Thank you for all your support!

Awesome FREE tunes!

tenthousandanimalcalls:

002 EP AVAILABLE FOR FREE DOWNLOAD NOW

www.davidianmusic.bandcamp.com

It’s here! Available today, my second EP! Completely free to download, no email addresses or information required. Just two clicks. 6 new tracks produced entirely by myself using my own equipment over the last half a year! I’m really proud of this one and I hope you enjoy it!

Reblogs help get the word out!

Thank you for all your support!

Awesome FREE tunes!

(via tenthousandanimalcalls)

— 1 year ago with 146 notes
Why Do British Singers Sound American? →

Because that’s the way everyone expects pop and rock musicians to sound. British pop singers have been imitating American pronunciations since Cliff Richard, the Beatles, and the Rolling Stones began recording in the 1960s.* These musicians were largely influenced by the African-American Vernacular English of black American blues and rock and roll singers like Chuck Berry, but their faux-American dialects usually comprised aspects of several American dialects. Imitating an American accent involved both the adoption of American vowel sounds and rhoticity: the pronunciation of r’s wherever they appear in a word. (Nonrhoticity, by contrast, is the habit of dropping r’s at the end of a syllable, as most dialects of England do.) Sometimes Brits attempting to sing in an American style went overboard with the r’s, as did Paul McCartney in his cover of “Till There Was You,” pronouncing saw more like sawr.

Linguist Peter Trudgill tracked rhoticity in British rock music over the years and found that the Beatles’ pronunciation of r’s decreased over the course of the 1960s, settling into a trans-Atlantic sound that incorporated aspects of both British and American dialects. The trend also went in the opposite direction as new genres developed: American pop-punk vocalists like Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day took on a British-tinged accent to sound more like seminal artists such as Joe Strummer of the Clash. Contemporary singers continue to adopt various accents according to their genre; Keith Urban, who is Australian, sings country music with a marked American Southern accent. A recent study suggests that the default singing accent for New Zealand pop singers utilizes American vowel sounds, even when the singers aren’t trying to sound American, perhaps because today’s singers were brought up listening to American (and imitation-American) pop vocals.

Even when singers aren’t trying to imitate a particular vocal style associated with a genre, regional dialects tend to get lost in song: Intonation is superseded by melody, vowel length by the duration of each note, and vocal cadences by a song’s rhythm. This makes vowel sounds and rhoticity all the more important in conveying accent in song.

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— 1 year ago with 166 notes
f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Irving Penn shots “the Queen of Freckles”

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Irving Penn shots the Queen of Freckles”

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— 1 year ago with 3501 notes
lazyyogi:

“The samurai must maintain his faith in his beliefs, even as the social or political climate shifts and alters. He must be patient, must act in a manner that may at times seem irrational or illogical, must resist the temptations of instant gratification, and must work towards fulfilling what may seem to be an impossible idea. 
As a result, the samurai is often something of an outsider, a rebellious figure because he refuses to conform to the habits of the day.” ~ Takahiro Kitamura

lazyyogi:

The samurai must maintain his faith in his beliefs, even as the social or political climate shifts and alters. He must be patient, must act in a manner that may at times seem irrational or illogical, must resist the temptations of instant gratification, and must work towards fulfilling what may seem to be an impossible idea. 


As a result, the samurai is often something of an outsider, a rebellious figure because he refuses to conform to the habits of the day.” ~ 
Takahiro Kitamura

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— 1 year ago with 120 notes
"I wish my moderate Republican friends would simply be honest. They all say they’re voting for Romney because of his economic policies (tenuous and ill-formed as they are), and that they disagree with him on gay rights. Fine. Then look me in the eye, speak with a level clear voice, and say,” My taxes and take-home pay mean more than your fundamental civil rights, the sanctity of your marriage, your right to visit an ailing spouse in the hospital, your dignity as a citizen of this country, your healthcare, your right to inherit, the mental welfare and emotional well-being of your youth, and your very personhood.” It’s like voting for George Wallace during the Civil Rights movements, and apologizing for his racism. You’re still complicit. You’re still perpetuating anti-gay legislation and cultural homophobia. You don’t get to walk away clean, because you say you “disagree” with your candidate on these issues."
Doug Wright, Pulitzer and Tony Award winning playwright (via bookoisseur)

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— 1 year ago with 9247 notes