When Tarantino explains nuclear proliferation in twenty seconds
1. I Always Go Back to Me (2010)
2. Please Take Care of This (2009)
3. Be With and Without Me (2009)
4. Face the Whole (2011)
5. Blow your Mind (2010)
6. Bright Darkness (2010)
7. You are Now (2013)
8. Faces that I Have to Face Before I Sleep (2010)
9. The Inner Inside (2009)
10. Weight of You (2009)
if i could be anything
in this world so shy
I would be a switchblade
Pressed humbly against your thigh
- Exempt: Don't get your lingo.
- Stimie: Like what.
- Exempt: Like /man/ and /yeah/. I get them to get them. I just don't get your get.
- Stimie: Man is like a period in a sentence. Like you just end it man. No negative vibe but no positive. And Yeah is like a period too but it's positive. So like Man is like, done. But Yeah is like, done, but that's groovy yeah.
- Exempt: I had stopped asking awhile ago.
- Stimie: You had man.
- Exempt: This was why.
- Stimie: It was yeah.
In the arts mecca of New York City, subway buskers are often overqualified. But they’re not usually world-class jazz singers with the lungs and charisma of old-school soul stars. Accompanied only by a pianist, watch Gregory Porter perform “Be Good (Lion’s Song)” on a vintage subway car in downtown Brooklyn.
like why the fuck am i worried about your wellbeing all the time gottdam
yeo this puppy makes me love too much its messed up
in 7th grade we had this german teacher who immigrated to america from Germany about 23 years ago and one guy in my class thought it would be funny to ask him “Hey, because you’re german does that make you a Nazi?” and in a very thick german accent he replies “Hey, because you’re a white american boy, does that make you a slaveholder?” and the kid never tried to be funny in that class again
you can swerve
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has issued a proclamation declaring Friday “Women in Jazz Day” — an attempt at cultural reform that’s bound to enjoy the same resounding success as banning oversized sodas. Which is to say: Nice try, Mr. Mayor.
But women in jazz certainly deserve to be celebrated. We asked Lara Pellegrinelli for a DIY guide to women in jazz — on film, print and wax.
Photo: Carol Comer & Diane Gregg