did you hear what i said?









"He himself was always saying that any human action (for example, breathing) was a symptom." - The Discreet Pleasures of Rejection, Martin Page




selfdefensefamily:

I need to workout more and talk less.

Is this like a Post-Post-Post-Generation, where you just get off on the deconstruction of literally everything? We’re just gonna deconstruct Santa until he doesn’t exist.”

01. It’s Not Good For The Man To Be Alone
02. (Unreleased)
03. Self Immolation Family - Extended
04. I’m Going Through Some Shit
05. (Unreleased)
06. Tithe Pig




jmsdnns:

New song from Helen Earth Band!

Finding this was a nice surprise. I loved their last album. The production on this song reaches points where the guitars - specifically during the more distorted parts - sort of homogenize the whole recording, but that could just be due to the quality at which Soundcloud streams audio.

(via forgettheradio)




(Source: 0ci0, via yourblesser)




Mark 14:34 "And he said to them, "My soul is very sorrowful, even to death; remain here, and watch" First line of Tithe Pig. Have I cracked the code?
by Anonymous

selfdefensefamily:

You have barely scratched the surface. You are but an ant in the afterbirth. A caveman staring with fear at an eclipse. Tremble.




Dust, Phil Elverum132 Page Hardcover Book + 42 Page Booklet

DUST is an “art book” of new photographs by Phil Elverum. There are no words. There is no narrative. These are clear images of a world in color, moments of depth and eeriness found on solitary walks and international drives. The images were made at home (Anacortes, Wash.) and all over the world (in the quiet moments found during Mount Eerie tours), but the where is not the point. The point is the breath of the unknown that a strange new image can breathe from a page if one sits still and looks at it.

They are arranged in pairs, the page spreads building a crucial interplay that creates a third, invisible, internal world as one looks, prompting a wordless conversation between the two images and the viewer. Pairs of rich and mysterious photographs, beautifully printed and bound in black stamped coarse linen. Inside the back cover is a secondary booklet containing 48 photographs.

Dust, Phil Elverum
132 Page Hardcover Book + 42 Page Booklet

DUST is an “art book” of new photographs by Phil Elverum. There are no words. There is no narrative. These are clear images of a world in color, moments of depth and eeriness found on solitary walks and international drives. The images were made at home (Anacortes, Wash.) and all over the world (in the quiet moments found during Mount Eerie tours), but the where is not the point. The point is the breath of the unknown that a strange new image can breathe from a page if one sits still and looks at it.

They are arranged in pairs, the page spreads building a crucial interplay that creates a third, invisible, internal world as one looks, prompting a wordless conversation between the two images and the viewer. Pairs of rich and mysterious photographs, beautifully printed and bound in black stamped coarse linen. Inside the back cover is a secondary booklet containing 48 photographs.