Brave Shores (Part 1)

Luna perched on the edge of my bathtub doing my eye makeup. Nobody’s done my makeup in years. I let myself feel pampered, it helped the butterflies in my tummy. Tonight we were going to an Exhibitionist Party in a fancy place with a dungeon. It was her first time attending an event like this. As she put the finishing touches on my eyeliner I explained to Luna that people attend this particular event expecting to see a good show, which tends to encourage the exhibitionists among us to deliver a good show. Expectations are important. 

She had decided on a beautiful lavender corset with strappy heels and I was wearing my favourite black lace bodysuit with my hair wavy and wild. 

"I’ll be on the sidelines taking in the view," Luna said with a smile, as she put away her make up brushes. 

(You guys? Do me a favour and remember that she said that… *snicker*)

(Une immense espérance a traversé la terre)(Une immense espérance a traversé ma peur)
-Hunger of the Pine by Alt J

(Une immense espérance a traversé la terre)
(Une immense espérance a traversé ma peur)

-Hunger of the Pine by Alt J

"You used to walk around screaming, and slamming all them doors.Well I’m all grown up now and I don’t scare easy no more,Yeah, you and I both know…”
-Dearly Departed, Shakey Graves with Esme Patterson

"You used to walk around screaming, and slamming all them doors.
Well I’m all grown up now and I don’t scare easy no more,
Yeah, you and I both know…”

-Dearly Departed, Shakey Graves with Esme Patterson

"I want to share your mouthful…I want to do all the things your lungs do so well.”
-Every Other Freckle, Alt J

"I want to share your mouthful…
I want to do all the things your lungs do so well.”

-Every Other Freckle, Alt J

"Give me one good reasonWhy I should never make a change…”
-Budapest by George Ezra

"Give me one good reason
Why I should never make a change…”

-Budapest by George Ezra

(Source: herdirtylittleheart)

Maps (Acoustic Version) - Yeah Yeah Yeahs

(Speaking of emo poly tunes…)

(Source: calm--reposed)

coketalk:

Bound (Kanye West Cover) - Laura Welsh

Today’s theme is saudade, a concept with no direct translation into English, one that describes a vague and constant desire for something that does not and probably cannot exist, for something other than the present, a turning towards the past or towards the future; not an active discontent or poignant sadness but an indolent dreaming wistfulness.

Today, for the first time ever, we’re recording in a studio. Just my husband and I. Sure we’ve done home recordings and I’ve recorded in larger groups in a studio, but never just my voice and his hands strumming.  I’m excited and nervous. 

Muddy Waters and wife Geneva, Chicago, 1951, photo by Art Shay

Today, for the first time ever, we’re recording in a studio. Just my husband and I. Sure we’ve done home recordings and I’ve recorded in larger groups in a studio, but never just my voice and his hands strumming.  I’m excited and nervous. 

Muddy Waters and wife Geneva, Chicago, 1951, photo by Art Shay

(Source: dumbbabysounds)

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