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For the Widows in Paradise, For the Fatherless in Ypsalanti - Sufjan Stevens

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i’ll do anything for you
i did everything for you

jeffreyeugenides:

i just want to make a sofia coppola joan of arc movie. don’t make fun of one song i put on here. you’ll know when you get it. xoxo.

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Lonesome Hunter - Timber Timbre

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lonesome hunter, timber timbre 

annieleonhrdts:

somebody help me tame this animal; for my lionhearted girl, annie leonhardt

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2080 - yeasayer / seven devils - florence & the machine / love me like i’m not made of stone - lykke li / woman king - iron & wine / what your soul sings - massive attack / we must be killers - mikky ekko / ugly - the exies / animal i have become - three days grace / help i’m alive - metric / don’t lose your way - kill la kill / alien like you - the pigott brothers / still sane - lorde / white teeth teens - lorde / human - daughter / flowers for a ghost - thriving ivory

nefertiti:

WINTER SUITE  | | |  a winter mix diffusing genre classifications + the electronic vs. acoustic controversy (across several categories such as film scores, jazz & shoegaze, with alternating elements of acoustic [harp strings, music boxes, high piano keys], nature [ice drips, wind, snowstorms], and electronic [synths, samples])

Rather than positing electronic and acoustic as diametric opposites, this mix highlights unique ways of complementing differences or even fusions in cross-over styles that, surprisingly to some, join to create a cohesive atmosphere. Nostalgia for the pre-technology age decrying the ‘state’ of today’s music dismisses electronics as coldly mechanic or inauthentic noise. This aims for a more expansive look at technology’s diverse possibilities of expression and innovation. Including musicians who diffuse genre classifications (often people seen as “lightweight”, outside of areas of exclusivity) and incorporate old-fashioned elements in new ways, breathing life into the old with their fresh perspectives.

TRACKLIST:

dekalog V.I - zbigniew preisner | incense - erykah badu | flaxen - dean blunt | last regrets - ryuichi sakamoto | massive attack + intro/a cosmic drama - flying lotus | beauty / flower & ice - nahoko kakiage | mad (dolls ost) - joe hisaishi | light from a dead star - lush | ice moon - sza | power of persuasion - oneohtrix point never | mirrorage - glasser | like you + segue 5 - kelis | clair de lune - isao tomita | 2 weeks since you’ve gone - scott walker | hoshi to hane - rurutia | ukihashi (tale of genji ost) - haruomi hosono | dewy fields - bel canto | corpse - kingdom | camoflauge / happy end - ymo | captain - the knife | nightgulls - ippu-do | acid, bitter & sad - this mortal coil  | leaving today - the divine comedy | jynweythek - aphex twin | nightporter - japan | snow theme - lukid | parallelisme - miharu koshi | kaitei tonneru - guernica | yuki (kwaidan ost) - toru takemitsu | one caress - depeche mode | january v - max roach | tears fall in my heart (debussy) - akiko yano | too shy to say - stevie wonder | frosti - bjork | lovebird - susumu yokota | forbidden colours - ryuichi sakamoto | ringleader - shigeto | windows startup 98 - brian eno | burner - teebs | wurlitzer & celeste - sun ra

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Sabita Kumo - Fukasawa Hideyuki

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This entire world… It would be great if all the sadness inside me became fucking worms.”